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No-Bean Southern Succotash

No-Bean Southern Succotash created by Meshka

I know a lot of cooks use lima beans in their succotash. I've never been fond of it made that way, so I've altered my grandmother's succotash recipe. Note: You don't have to simmer this, but I do for better flavor. If you only warm it you will get better coloring, but the flavor won't be as good. Also, feel free to add more seasonings.

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20mins
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  • Combine tomatoes, okra and corn in 2-quart pot. Turn heat on medium on stove and start heating mixture.
  • Add water, Worcestershire sauce, beef bouillon cube and seasonings. Stir until mixed well.
  • Heat until simmering, then simmer for 10 minutes.
  • Eat as is or over rice.
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"I know a lot of cooks use lima beans in their succotash. I've never been fond of it made that way, so I've altered my grandmother's succotash recipe. Note: You don't have to simmer this, but I do for better flavor. If you only warm it you will get better coloring, but the flavor won't be as good. Also, feel free to add more seasonings."
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  1. Meshka
    No-Bean Southern Succotash Created by Meshka
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  2. Meshka
    I know a lot of cooks use lima beans in their succotash. I've never been fond of it made that way, so I've altered my grandmother's succotash recipe. Note: You don't have to simmer this, but I do for better flavor. If you only warm it you will get better coloring, but the flavor won't be as good. Also, feel free to add more seasonings.
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