Sufferin Succotash

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Sufferin Succotash

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Sufferin Succotash

Growing up on cartoons – Sylvester the Cat made the term “Sufferin’ Succotash” popular for me. Succotash was a popular dish during the great depression. Sometimes, going back to the basics is the way to go. This is a super simple and easy dish. Give it a try and make it your own!


1 ¼ cups basil (chopped)

2 ½ cups corn (frozen)

2 cups edamame (frozen shelled)

¼ cup oregano (fresh) (chopped)

2 cups snap peas

16 oz cherry tomatoes (halved)

1 package Ezekiel Sprouted Grain Fettuccine

¾ cup parmesan cheese (optional)

1 cup unsweetened soy milk


  1. Gather your ingredients and boil large pot of water for your pasta.
  2. Measure and prepare all your ingredients: measure edamame, corn, snap peas, soy milk and cheese; half tomatoes, chop oregano and basil
  3. Add soy milk and ½ cup(s) corn to your VitaMix (blender) and blend until smooth. Set aside.
  4. In a large pan over medium heat, add snap peas and cook for about 2 min.
  5. Add corn and edamame to the pan and cook for about 7 min.
  6. Once pasta is done, add all remaining ingredients to the pan and heat for about 2-4 min.
  7. Serve with green salad.

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