31 Southern Recipes We Love To Make

It’s been passed down from generation to generation how to make these simple buttermilk biscuits, which only require four simple ingredients. Francoise Thompson hails from Tarboro, NC.

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This is a delicious meal. This quick gumbo is a favorite of my husband’s because of the kick it gets from the sausage and because it’s so simple to put together. —Amy Flack, a Pennsylvanian from Homer City. I’m a huge fan of all kinds of tomatoes, big or small. This includes fried green tomatoes, which I love because I’m from the South. To show them off, I made a special summer sandwich. —Hillian Holmgren, Del Rio, Texas. —Historian Mom always seemed to be making biscuits, it seemed. It was common for her to serve them plain at breakfast and dinner, especially when we were eating stew or baked beans. When she topped them with fresh berries and whipped cream, I was in heaven! Pawtucket resident Elaine Gagnon explains why she’s decided to leave Rhode Island. Browned potatoes add a savory flavor to a simple ham dinner. The ham flavor permeates the potatoes, which not only taste great, but also look stunning. Dinner is ready to eat with just a side of vegetables or a salad. — Washington, DC, resident Helen Bridges If a concoction can get me to like fish, it’s a winner in my book. For some reason, the flavors in this dish really appeal to me. It’s great with a buttery herb rice pilaf and corn muffins with honey and butter! —Kelly Williams, Forked River, New Jersey, USA. To make things even easier, you can use precooked chicken and premade biscuits. On chilly nights, it’s the ideal way to stay toasty. Astwood, Schenectady, N.Y. — Y’all, it’s time to sit down! On New Year’s Day, southerners eat greens and black-eyed peas to ward off bad luck and bring good fortune. In Greenville, South Carolina: —Athena Russell The Deep South is where my roots run deep. After a few years living in Pennsylvania, where good Southern comfort food was scarce, I decided to return to my roots. This creamy Cajun shrimp and grits dish was inspired by my childhood memories of comfort food. KAYLEY THOMPSON, a resident of Palm Bay, FL These southern-style snacks have a crunchy exterior that contrasts well with the moist cornbread. Add a dash of heat with jalapenos and hot sauce. —Taste the Home Test Kitchen’s wares Roasted okra is a great option for picky eaters who are concerned about its texture. Overcrowding the pan is perfectly acceptable. As it cooks, okra shrinks. • Anna Katsoulis, Greenville, North Carolina • We place a high value on a balanced diet in our household. This meal is elegant enough for a dinner party because the chops are so tender and the rice and black-eyed peas are so colorful. Annie Holmes, a Tennessee resident from Murfreesboro, With the addition of bacon and pimiento cheese, you’ll be getting requests for more cornbread long after the dinner is over! [Kennesaw’s Holly Jones] When I light the rum in this decadent bananas Foster dessert, my guests are always amazed. For the best results, use ripe bananas. —Salt Lake City, Utah, resident Mary Lou Wayman This buttermilk cornbread has been a family favorite for years, as evidenced by the tattered recipe card. It’s a top priority for my daughter. —Judy Sellgren, Grand Rapids, MI My kids will eat ham in any form, but they particularly enjoy it in this spiced-up form. Even the tiniest of eaters will gobble up portions the size of an adult, so prepare plenty. —Tyler, Texas, resident Mary Ann Lien As someone who doesn’t like tomatoes, I decided to give them a try in a sandwich. A huge success! This decadent take on the classic BLT includes sharp cheddar cheese if you must have cheese. —Stacy King, Rome, Georgia Make a big impression by serving a large bacon pancake to your guests. The sweetness of the brown sugar balances out the saltiness of the bacon. It’s okay to use more bacon if you have room in the skillet. Susanville resident, Mindie Hilton, writes: My husband and sons look forward to this dish every week when the garden tomatoes are in bloom. I can’t even begin to estimate how many times I’ve shared this recipe. Pimiento cheese deviled eggs were part of the spread for my mother’s 92nd birthday party. They’ll never go out of style because they’re so classic. Locust Grove, Oklahoma resident Linda Forman My grandmother gave me the recipe for these biscuits, which have a mild flavor. They’re a holiday staple in our house, and we serve them every year. The writer’s hometown is Cortland, Ohio. You’ll want to make this jam when the tomato season comes around and your vines are loaded with ripe green tomatoes. Everyone is raving about how delicious it is. Hampton, New Brunswick resident Norma Henderson Biting into one of these retro-style doughnuts will bring back fond memories for guests. They’re impossible to resist thanks to the nutmeg, cinnamon, and a hint of lemon flavoring. [quote]— June Jones of Harveyville, Kansas Crunchy and delicious, this fried okra recipe is golden brown with a hint of fresh green. To my boys’ delight, I serve them with a side of ketchup. • Pam Duncan, a resident of Summers, Ark. I adapted an old southern recipe for biscuits and sausage gravy for my family. Every time you eat it, you feel like you’ve stepped back in time to a southern kitchen. Theresa Baker, Jonesboro in Arkansas. Chicken and gravy, a staple of Southern cooking, are lightened up in this recipe. The first time we made it, it was a huge hit in our house. • Ruth Helmuth, a South Carolina resident from Abbeville The traditional po’boy sandwich gets a healthy makeover with the addition of flavorful veggies and less fat. Grill the shrimp to bring out their smoky flavor. Use a half-baguette instead of bread to make the po’boy lower in carbs. As of this writing, Melissa Pelkey Hass lives in Waleska, Georgia. The spicy, salty, and cheesy goodness of Frito pie is legendary in the American Southwest. Make this crunchy classic at home with my simple recipe. The Alamogordo, New Mexico, resident Jan Moon Buttermilk is one of my favorite cooking ingredients. We frequently eat these golden buttermilk waffles for breakfast because they are a favorite of my husband’s. Although they’re just as easy to make as regular waffles, they have a distinct flavor that makes them stand out. This ham salad recipe was a big hit at a bridal shower, and I’ve been making it ever since. As a result, whenever I attend a potluck, I bring it along with the recipe. in the Pine Bluff (Arkansas) area Get your start to the day right in New Orleans style with these crispy, warm treats. They taste even better when dusted with powdered sugar. —Elkton, Florida resident Lois Rutherford

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