Ingredients You’ll Need To Make Our Vegetarian Succotash Stir-Fry
Lima Beans. Canned, frozen, or dry lima beans will do! However, if you’re planning on using dry beans, plan accordingly, and soak the beans a day ahead.
Corn. Corn fresh off the cob, frozen, or canned corn all will do the job. For this recipe, I think fresh is best, so I used corn on the cob, and those golden kernels were perfect in this intensely colorful and delicious meal.
Light Brown Rice. Again, use whatever brown rice or long-grain rice you like! Or shake things up a bit. I used a light brown rice blend with added red quinoa and fire-roasted freekeh.
Vegetables Galore. One of the things I love about this recipe is its versatility. Sure, you start with lima beans, corn, and rice, but as far as the veggies, use what you love! In this recipe, I used broccoli, red bell peppers, green onion, red onions, fresh corn kernels, sweet potatoes, Tuscan kale, and garlic.
Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Use a good grade of extra virgin olive oil or any high smoke point oil like canola, grapeseed, avocado, coconut, sesame, or vegetable oil.
Seasoning. For this recipe, I kept the seasonings super simple. I used herbs de Provence, sea salt, and freshly cracked black peppercorns. That’s it!
You Will Love This Vegetarian Succotash Because:
- Super Nutritious