Stewed Tomatos and Okra Recipe – Southern Queen of Vegan Cuisine 34/328

Stewed Tomatos and Okra Recipe – Southern Queen of Vegan Cuisine 34/328

Hey my Sweet Vs, it’s The Sweetest Vegan here. Today on the show we will be making stewed tomatoes and okra. It sounds so yummy. . . . here we go. Stewed Tomatoes and Okra Recipe You can probably stew down fresh tomatoes for this recipe, because
I know how much you all hate canned food. Honestly I just wanted to get my hands on a can of fire
roasted tomatoes. Complete excuse from the recipe we did the other day just to try fire roasted tomatoes again. Who doesn’t love em? I will probably do fresh fire roasted tomatoes in the future. But for now, pour the can into a big pot
and bring it to a boil if you will. We are going to clean and dice half a pound of
okra, and then place that into the tomatoes as well. Bring it to a boil, add a little vegetable broth, them cover it. Let it simmer for about 20 minutes, and then you are done. You can serve this withe rice or vegan cornbread
and it is just of so tasty. I hope you enjoyed this video today, if you
did give it a thumbs up. And if you really loved it, subscribe to my YouTube channel. Bye. Stewed Tomatoes and Okra Recipe

32 thoughts on “Stewed Tomatos and Okra Recipe – Southern Queen of Vegan Cuisine 34/328

  1. I am Lebanese and my mom just made a huuuge pot of a delicious okra stew that we eat with rice. We never cut the okra so that the gooey part stays inside but oh my it's so delicious and garlic and tomatoes go so well with it. The small frozen okras are way easier to cook with than the long ones. In lebanon they also dry up okras on strings and use it in stews, much better results and less goo. Thank you for your awesome vids 🙂

  2. Love tomatoes! But I personally love tomatoes raw. I don't know why… so many people I know hate them uncooked. And I love okra though! 🙂

  3. Looks yummy. This is a stable meal for my aunt who used to make it all the time with a roast. I don't eat beef any more so this will be a great recipe for me to try.

  4. Not more okra….. I love your videos but okra is vile! Sorry to the okra lovers but we have to agree to disagree on this one!

  5. As soon as you mentioned Okra Tomato Stew on the okra fries video I went and brought some and I'm making it tomorrow for dinner with vegan cornbread. Thumbs Up Sweet Lady, this is my favorite.

  6. You are gorgeous! And this is a great recipe, wow! TY for sharing so much of yourself, so many of your great ideas, and, well, just the love you emanate <3

  7. OMG!! There is a very similar Arab version of this we call "Bamyeh" but we cook it with garlic and sometimes coriander. Served with thick pita bread or a side of white rice. Yumm!

  8. Hey Sweet V great vids, I noticed you dislike the sliminess of the okra, it is a staple in my country and I have learned a few tips to make it more appetizing. Slice the Okras and salt them then you need to dry them a bit, place them in the sun for a few hours or pop into the over on very low temp to slightly dry/ dehydrate a little. My Favorited okra recipe is stir frying them with onions, garlic and chilies until they become dry and crisp ^__^

  9. You are beautiful and so is your food!! Thanks for your many videos!!! Now I'm ready for my garden to start producing okra!!! Ps-I love the clapping sound effect after your main clip 🙂

  10. I love this recipe! I'm from Louisiana, so this reminds a little of okra gumbo without all the "extras" and all the calories. I'm gonna try this and add some shrimp! (^_^)

  11. This looks delish!  I'm about to head into the store to try it out NOW!  As a youtube user with fans myself, I encourage you not to respond to hateful, offensive, or disagreeable comments.  If they don't like what you post or disagree, they should instead follow another youtube user's channel.  If they think it's too bland, they can just add spices themselves… it's really not rocket science.  I mean, this Is a VEGAN recipe.  lol  Continue doing what you're doing.  #Kudos  #GodBless  #SupportBlackBusinesses <3

  12. Wish you would have showed the cans, boxes or brands of items that you used. Well thank you for the delicious recipe . I like your videos.

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