Enjoy the Delicious Taste of the Ozarks Anytime You Want with Silver Dollar City’s Succotash

Silver Dollar City If you paid a visit to Silver Dollar City during your trip to Branson, I hope you had the chance to taste the amazing succotash that is sold in the park. If not … you seriously need to go back and try it!

Cooked on huge cast-iron skillets, this delicious mixture of breaded okra, corn, summer squash, green onions, diced chicken and spices is one of Silver Dollar City’s biggest sellers, drawing visitors from all over. In fact, so many of these visitors wanted to know the recipe that the park’s Midwest Living Culinary & Craft School actually shared it during one of its classes back in 2010.

I’m a major foodie, so after my first time trying the delicious dish I found myself wishing I knew how to make it at home. After I discovered this recipe from Midwest Living, life got so much better! If you missed the class a few years back, I’m hoping this recipe will do the same for you. Let us know how your homemade succotash turns out!

Silver Dollar City also sells its own recipe books, so pick one up next time you’re at the park for more great recipes!

Succotash (Silver Dollar City Style)

Ingredients:

  • 1 pound breaded okra
  • 8 oz. fresh or frozen whole kernel corn
  • 8 oz. yellow summer squash
  • 8 oz. diced chicken (pre-cooked)
  • 4 oz. green peppers
  • 4 oz. onion
  • 1 tsp. garlic powder
  • 1 tsp. pepper
  • 1 tsp. salt
  • Butter flavored vegetable oil or olive oil

Cooking instructions:

Sauté the onions and peppers with butter flavored vegetable oil or olive oil. Remove the onions and peppers from the skillet. Sauté the chicken in the skillet with oil. Remove the chicken from heat after it is heated. Sauté the corn and summer squash in the skillet with oil and then remove it. Fry the breaded okra in the skillet until it is browned and add the seasonings (salt, pepper and garlic powder). Combine all of the ingredients in the skillet until it is thoroughly heated. Enjoy!

 

2 thoughts on “Enjoy the Delicious Taste of the Ozarks Anytime You Want with Silver Dollar City’s Succotash”

  1. I make it a point to grab a bowl every time I’m there. This and the red velvet funnel cake! Thanks for the recipe, I like to make it but it’s never the same as the way they make it on the huge skillet. They sure know what they’re doing!

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