Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Review: Wickles Wicked Okra

Okra is a fun vegetable, isn't it? There are so many ways to enjoy okra and I know that when it comes to okra, I can't resist it.

I have never heard of pickled okra until I moved here in the South. Mind you, pickled okra is addictive! I have tried different brands and so far, the Wickles Wicked Okra is on top of the list. Every bite of this product is worth savoring. There is something in each bite that wants you to crave for more. I like the combination of sour, sweet and spicy. It is just delicious!

What makes Wickles wicked okra different is its ingredients. The custom blend of spices and other ingredient is their secret. This pickled okra comes from a 70-year old family recipe that was enjoyed by family and friends who were lucky enough to get a jar. It was only few years ago when they decided to market it because of the demand.

Wickles Wicked okra is wickedly delicious and if you enjoyed them you will surely enjoy their other products like:
  • Wickles Pickles
  • Wickles Relish
  • Hoagie and Sub Relish
  • Wicked Pepper Rings
  • Wicked Pepper Strips
Learn more about Wickles Pickles and become their fan.

Anyway, Sims Food Inc., the makers of Wickles is also the makers of Not Yo Mama's Gourmet Foods. If you want something hot and something to spice up your everyday cooking, try Not Yo Mama's Products.

Wickles provided me (the website owner) complementary products for this product review.


Purses Bags said...

I love okra especially dipped in "ginamos" or just plain seasoned vinegar. I think I'm going to love this wickles too!

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Purses Bags said...

I love okra especially dipped in "ginamos" or just plain seasoned vinegar. I think I'm going to love this wickles too!

Jerla Oh lalala said...

I used to hate okra because they look slimy and gooey to me. But lately I started loving it especially when I put it in my sinigang and besides husband loves it so that gives me incentive to start eating it. We sometimes fry it with a breaded coating, yummy and addicting. I haven’t tried pickled okra yet and that looks good. Makes me drool already :D


poray said...

the husband pickled some okra because a friend told him they are good..we will know in a few days if he did a good job lol...i love okra!

Ms. Journ said...

I Love okra (the fresh one) but in bottle na don't know what's the taste na.

Savvy_Mama said...

cool! I would love to try this one!

Author said...

Looks very interesting. Would have love to try it if I can see any around. Okra is one of my fave vegetable.

Chie Wilks said...

it's my first time to hear about pickle okra. I am not that much of an Okra eater kay danlog man. I eat it only pag ginataan with langka.

Carmel Cole said...

I haven't tasted pickled okra yet. i used to okra with soups :) they taste good.

wifetoalineman02 said...

I like to eat vegetables and okra is one of them :-) but I never try pickled okra yet and it looks tasty and delish from the picture :-) I will check it out :-)


Redruby said...

sarap nito...

cassandrasminicorner said...

Truly irresistible.. Yum!


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