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This cheesy polenta recipe is very easy to make, and makes the perfect complement to roasted veggies or braised meats and poultry.
Golden, creamy polenta with a touch of smoky Gouda is topped with a colorful mixture of roasted bell peppers, red onion, mushroom, garlic and herbs.
"Some corn puddings are really dense," says Katie Lee. "The egg whites here make this one lighter." The cornmeal in the recipe settles a bit in the bottom of the baking dish, almost creating a layer of corn bread under the moist, sweet pudding.
With ground red chilies, cumin and whole kernel corn, a spicy dip makes any party a fiesta!
Sweet and tender kernels of corn are simmered in a creamy sauce for a no-fuss side dish made in the slow cooker.
Tired of ordinary pasta? Tonight, try this mouthwatering polenta topped with a wild mushroom-tomato sauce. It makes a tasty alternative pasta dinners.
Pretty specks of green chilies peek out from every hearty piece of golden cornbread.
From Betty's Soul Food Collection... Almost too pretty to eat, this recipe is seasoned with bacon, hot pepper sauce, onions and garlic--creating a beautiful dish for family gatherings large or small.
The amazing combination of sweet corn with melted Cheddar cheese and smoky bacon makes this side dish a worthy candidate for your Thanksgiving table.
Wait until you pull this comforting and delicious side dish out of the oven...it features sliced polenta topped with picante sauce and lots of melted cheese. It's absolutely irresistible.
This vegetable side dish is reminiscent of old-fashioned creamed corn, but with a surprising crispness.
Cornmeal muffins have a slight sweet taste that's enhanced with whole kernel corn. Delicious!
From Betty's Soul Food Collection... Relax and say aah! This is comfort food at its best--with creamy, sweet corn topped with a light bread crumb crust and spiced up with a dash of cayenne pepper.
Hot-smoking the tomatoes allows them to pick up the smoky flavor of the wood chips. Serve with grilled shrimp or over grilled fish, meat, or chicken.
Thanks to Ed Fleming, owner of The Polenta Company, for permission to adapt the recipe printed on bags of Golden Pheasant brand polenta. Use only water and no milk if you're making polenta to use a few days from now--it will keep better this way. If you're doubling the recipe, double the cooking time.
This savory corn pie would be delicious with turkey or ham at the holidays. Or serve it with grilled meats in the summer.