Our Favorite Oklahoma Recipes

Oklahoma's culinary charms include savory spoon-puddings, innovative cocktails, and pies that'll knock your socks off. These recipes first appeared with our special feature on Oklahoma from our August/September 2013 Heartland issue.
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Egg-Topped Ham and Cheese Sandwich (Croque Tartine Parisienne)

Egg-Topped Ham and Cheese Sandwich (Croque Tartine Parisienne)

A fried egg crowns a decadent sandwich of ham enrobed in bechamel and melted cheese from Oklahoma City's Ludivine restaurant.James Roper
Sausage-Camembert Spoon Pudding

Sausage-Camembert Spoon Pudding

Italian sausage and creamy Camembert cheese transform simple cornmeal spoon pudding into a rich side dish. See the recipe for Sausage-Camembert Spoon Pudding »James Roper

Smoked Tomato Soup

Smoked Tomato Soup
Smoked tomatoes add additional depth of flavor to a thick, tangy soup.James Roper
Cowboy Caviar (Black-Eyed Pea and Hominy Salad)

Cowboy Caviar (Black-Eyed Pea and Hominy Salad)

A lime juice and spicy Sriracha marinade gives this summer side dish a zesty kick. See the recipe for Cowboy Caviar »James Roper
Infamous Wisdom

Infamous Wisdom

Bright citrus juice and citrus bitters, apple brandy, cherry-flavored liqueur, and bittersweet amaro add layers of complexity to this whiskey drink.Penny De Los Santos
Apple-Rosemary Lattice Pie

Apple-Rosemary Lattice Pie

A rosemary-laced cornmeal crust adds a fragrant, savory dimension to classic apple pie. Get the recipe for Apple-Rosemary Lattice Pie »James Roper

Caramel-Apple Pie

Caramel apple pie recipe
A cinnamon-spiced sauce of butter and melted caramel candies poured over apples makes a wonderfully sweet, gooey pie filling.James Roper
Plum Pie

Plum Pie

Grape jelly intensifies the flavor of ripe plums in a sweet-tart summer pie.James Roper
Razzleberry Pie

Razzleberry Pie

Strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, and raspberries are brightened with lemon juice and zest to make the filling for this juicy pie. Get the recipe for Razzleberry Pie »James Roper
Blue Ribbon Pecan Pie

Blue Ribbon Pecan Pie

The toffee-like interior and beautiful bronze top layer of halved pecans won Rubyane Surritte first place in the pie contest at Oklahoma's Drummond Ranch.James Roper
Nelson Pear Pie

Nelson Pear Pie

A pie filled with fresh pears, drizzled with cream, and sprinkled with sugar and flour makes an incredibly simple, elegant dessert.James Roper
Boysenberry Pie

Boysenberry Pie

Blackberries or raspberries can be substituted for boysenberries in the filling for this jammy pie.James Roper
Buttery Pie Dough

Buttery Pie Dough

This butter-rich, flaky crust is easy to make and works well as the foundation for pies with fruit, custard, or mousse fillings.James Roper