Succotash according to Wikipedia is a "culinary dish consisting primarily of sweet corn with lima beans or other shell beans. Other ingredients may be added including corned beef, potatoes, turnips. salt pork, tomatoes, multi-colored sweet peppers, and okra" all served with or over a grain. In terms practical cooking, it is a use for refrigerator leftovers. Over the years, I have had succotash with chicken/beef/pork, tomatoes/potatoes, carrots, corn, okra, squash/zucchini, lima beans, with or without tomato sauce but never with bell peppers of any color or turnips. After having read Wiki's page, I might just have to look further into turnips. In my head turnips with corn, okra, and lima beans sounds like a great combination.
None, as there is not a specific recipe to follow. Succotash is simply a mixture of veggies seasoned with salt and pepper or seasoning of choice (I used Tony Chachere).
Scaled for Likability: Great
There are two key elements to great succotash. One is to not overload one veggie over another. Veggies should be equal in portions to each other. Two is to not overload the seasonings. It is the veggies themselves whose flavorings should stand out. With these two keys and a great batch of rice a winning succotash can always be served.