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This is only the second time I've made succotash (or lima beans for that matter), but this recipe ROCKS! I like it so much that I am going to go get more scallions so that I can make it again tomorrow. I did brown some bacon, drain the fat, then followed the recipe using the pan I cooked the bacon in, and topped the finished succotash with a small crumble of bacon. Thanks for a new favorite recipe, with a new favorite ingredient!

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tinatrotochaud September 22, 2010

I've heard of succotash but have never eaten it until recently. My DH and I are lovin it! The only thing I did differently was I added some bacon and OH MAN...it was awesome!!! Thank you so much for introducing us to a new way to cook lima beans!

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Jeanette G August 16, 2005

Bec, all these years I thought I was eating succotash, but the lacking ingredient was the heavy cream! This is SO good!!! Thanks for opening my eyes to the REAL recipe! I had no clue...But I made it this way for my kids today at lunchtime, and they loved it! SO DID I!!! Excellent recipe. Thanks again! :)

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Stacky5 July 16, 2005

Oh the memories this recipe brings back. Was raised on this recipe and have not made it in a long time. Thanks for bringing me back to a family favorite that had sort of gotten lost in the shuffle.

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Jellyqueen July 16, 2005
Succotash