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I just want to say that this is not my mothers succotash which was disgusting and the reason I haven't eaten lima beans in 30 years. But my local farmers market had them so I decided to give them a try in this recipe. I'm on my third helping and can't wait for lunch tomorrow. I actually had doubled the recipe and added a little celery salt. The whole family loved it, even my meat eating guy. will make again and again!!
This is a great alternative for those evenings when you are tired of eating meat. For those of you that don't have good tolerance to spicy foods, you might want to do 3/4ths or even half of a jalapeno pepper, I liked it fine just the way it was but I am a bit of a spicy food fan.
It's snowing outside in the middle of May so fresh vegies were not an option. I do however freeze everything we grow and what I find at the farmers market. I used canned drained stewed tomatoes and frozen everything else so omitted the water addition since it wasn't needed. Served this with sliced smoked dinner sausage that I added to the mix for a complete 1 pot dinner and it was delicious. So easy to make and such a forgiving recipe - a little more this and less of that for personal choice. I used a whole and large jalapeno with the cayenne and we didn't think it was that spicy - it was the perfect amount of heat. Thank you Chef John this one replaces my own standby.