A traditional and fun way to serve family-style polenta. This one is topped with a rich tomato sauce and Italian sausage, ...
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This dish is a great way to wow your friends and family. Serve it with a nice salad and some red wine and you have an easy inexpensive meal that just happens to be super memorable.
Just look at this photo and tell me you can't already taste it!
There are so many limitless options with cornmeal,grits, Masa de harina, whatever you call it from fresh tortillas to Asdian corn noodles.
Polenta is really easy, I often make it in my rice steamer, which is fast and foolproof.
So many wonderful ways to enjoy this much overlooked grain in gourmet and specialty recipes far beyond "grits"
I was going to submit this one as it is a very unique way to eat potenta. But very tipical from my family's area of Abruzzi. As a kid this was one of my very favorites and a lot of fun!! I've passed on the tradition to my daughter and at 20yrs she and I still have potenta territory fights! :)
I made this last night for some friends and was very proud to serve it, looked so nice on the big cutting board, I had some nice basil leaves and added small bunches on either side of the platter, tucked into the polenta. I just wish I had taken a picture, lovely, rustic and super delicious. No leftovers. I used some chicken stock instead of water for the polenta, just adds a subtle richness to it.