Okra

Nutrition value of Okra

Calories

25
kCal
Protein

2
g
Fat

0.1
g
Carbs

3.8
g

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Muamba chicken
0.9k 5 120м -
Muamba chicken is very famous dish from the Angolan national cuisine. Very popular in Portugal, among fans of Afro-Brazilian cooking, the main characteristic is the use of palm oil. Palm oil is known to mankind more than 5000 years, is very rich in vitamin a, produced from the fruit of the palm Elaeis guineensis, it has a characteristic orange color and specific taste.
Bami
0.5k 4 60м -
This is one of my favorite Arabic dishes. For Russia it is quite unusual, but very tasty. I hope you will like it!
Okra
476 4 - 2
On the website there are already recipes okra (okra) and cook in our family
Okra
402 4 30м 5
In the Afghan language, it sounds a little bit different- Boma. Rare places for our vegetable. It is often sold frozen and has different names: okra, Gombo, lady's fingers (lady's fingers). The first time I tried it when I arrived in London, her husband bought a strange vegetable on the market. The form does not inspire confidence, and when cleaned it was a little disappointing: it turned out slimy and with small round seeds inside. We Boma fried potatoes... like a potato with masatami... still can't forget the taste. Now think why I have prepared today is different, just wanted to show the Afghan national dish Boma. Fans of vegetables dedicated!
Echmiadzin bozbash
305 - - -
Bozbash is a dish belonging to the cuisine, but is popular also in Azerbaijan. There are many varieties of this wonderful, incredibly flavorful and very hearty soup, about which I will write below, but for now you are welcome into my kitchen, would work.
Vietnamese soup "to Canh Chua"
251 - 20м -
Another interesting, a bit exotic recipe. This time we will try the Vietnamese cuisine. It's You, of course, a hearty Russian cabbage soup or Ukrainian borsch, but I advise you to prepare. You can serve soup hot. But I like the cold option, refreshing, with light acidity and subtle fruity notes - a great alternative to our hash on hot days.

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