Anmama's Vegetable-Beef Gumbo

Anmama's Vegetable-beef Gumbo Recipe

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Sherry Harvey

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My grandma, whom I called Anmama, cooked this and made some good cornbread to go with it. It was always a treat to eat this at her house.

Rating:

★★★★★ 1 vote

Serves:
6
Prep:
20 Min
Cook:
1 Hr

Ingredients

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1 pkg
frozen corn
2 can(s)
stewed tomatoes
1/2 bottle
v-8 juice
1 lb
ground beef
1 can(s)
drained baby lima beans or use frozen ones
2 tsp
salt or to taste
1 pkg
frozen chopped okra
1 tsp
ground black pepper or to taste

How to Make Anmama's Vegetable-Beef Gumbo

Step-by-Step

  • 1Brown the ground beef in a frying pan until it is no longer pink. Salt and pepper it to taste. Drain and put the drained meat into a dutch oven (large pot).
  • 2Add to the dutch oven with the meat the remainder of the ingredients and cook on stovetop until it begins to boil, stirring often.
  • 3Turn the eye to low, add more salt and pepper to taste and add some water if it thickens too much. It should cook for approximately 30 minutes with you stirring often and adding water as needed.
  • 4Serve in bowls with a slice of home-made cornbread and enjoy!

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