First heat a pan with oil. Then add the sliced garlic and let it unfold its flavor.
Add the okra. Heat it for a few minutes, add the sea salt and mix with the red wine (only as much as the Okra can soak in).
Let sit for a minute and serve warm. Some cheese and herbs (Basil) may be added on top (Mozzarella/ Parmesan).
It is delicious with couscous or rice. Nadja thinks that it can be used as a substitute for tomato sauce, for example on noodles or pizza.
Recipe by Patrick Boulger
Our featured recipes come from being created spontaneously by our farm staff in the community center kitchen, restaurant friends' recipes, from our wonderful CSA members, as well as supplemented with findings from ones we've found online and really like.