|Ingredient Type||Gluten free|
|Brand||Bob's Red Mill|
|Item Package Quantity||4|
|Manufacturer||Bob's Red Mill|
|Allergen Information||Dairy Free, Gluten Free, Wheat Free|
|Item model number||1618C244|
|Product Dimensions||24.13 x 10.16 x 20.32 cm; 680.39 Grams|
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Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free Corn Grits Polenta, 24 Oz (4 Pack)
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- PREMIUM, DYNAMIC GRITS: Made using the finest golden corn, Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free Corn Grits Polenta is delicious as a savory or sweet dish
- TASTE THE POSSIBILITIES: Topped with gravy or cheese, served as a hot cereal with milk and brown sugar, or crafted into the famed European dish polenta
- WHAT ARE GRITS?: Unlike cornmeal, grits are partially de-germed to achieve a light, fluffy texture; the remaining germ creates dark flecks throughout the grits
- FOR EVERY DIET: Naturally gluten free then packaged in a facility dedicated exclusively to our gluten free products; kosher, vegan and vegetarian friendly
- BOB'S RED MILL: Make folks a little happier; it's the idea that keeps our stone mills grinding to fill every bag with wholesome goodness
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Creamy and delicious in savory or sweet dishes, Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free Corn Grits Polenta is made from the finest golden corn for a rich flavor sure to please your palate. Enjoy as a morning bowl of porridge with milk and a drizzle of honey or follow the recipe on the bag to try your hand at Italian polenta. The possibilities are endless, delicious and suitable for vegan and gluten free diets, too. Grab a bag and discover why Gluten Free Corn Grits Polenta is quickly becoming a popular side.
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These grits only take 5 minutes to cook. Additionally, they have that nutty more coarse texture prevalent in stone-ground grits. And, unlike instant grits, these bad boys retain all the various nutrients typical of pure yellow grits (you would be surprised how healthy they are so just go and Google them to find out).
Here is how I make 1 servings worth (1/2 cup dry grits):
1/2 cup dry grits
1/2 cup milk
1 cup water
The directions are on the back and I follow them to the letter, but I wanted to include my recipe which has the 1/2 cup milk. This REALLY brings out their creaminess. Then, since I love crispy texture in food, I pour the cooked grits in a non-stick fry pan and cook them for another five minutes and flip the "pancake" and cook for another five. It is truly delicious!
And how can you beat 8 pounds of delicious grits for $12?!!
I mostly use them to make polenta; it's so quick and easy. I bring water to boil, reduce to simmer, add the corn grits, stir for 5 minutes, close the stove, and let them sit covered for another 10 minutes. I don't think that 5 minutes get these fully cooked. I like polenta a little runny, so I use more water than package recommends. I personally prefer to serve it immediately as I cook it. You can store it in the fridge and taste great, but it becomes just a solid chunk of polenta.
I also cooked the corn grits in the microwave when I was in extra hurry / didn't want to wash a pot for making one serving. I just add water, cook it on high for 2 minutes, than in 3 batches of 1 minute (I stop and open the microwave each time, let it sit a couple of seconds, otherwise it spills over).
I also used the corn grits in muffins and they tasted really good; the texture was also great, although some might find it too grainy.
The pack of 4 bags is very convenient, delivered in a nice cardboard box.
You can also cook these corn grits in the Italian polenta style, using broth for the liquid.