Original recipe yields 4 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie dietSee full nutrition
Thanksssss!!!!!! I came from Argentina and polenta is really big , but you make it from an instant packet. Here I only can find it in the latin store and is very expensive. This is a great way o...
Watching the video really helped! This was my first time making polenta, but most certainly won't be the last. Thick, creamy, smooth, warm, cheesy, perfect.
made polenta for the first time, but substituted 2 cups water to milk, turned out really nice. I should say be careful with salt, as the cheese also adds it.
Chef John you've done it again....this was perfect as promised. I was looking for a polenta recipe that didn't call for milk or cream and this was it! Followed the recipe exactly with grits (it'...
Used this recipe, and topped with Italian sausage and red sauce, very good, just like mom's. P.S. "fun girl" :D it's Italian all right, but the f-word.
This was great! My picky preteen enjoyed it. He grunted and when done, went to the kitchen to put more in his bowl. I had powdered bouillon that I added to the water and it came out so very flav...
Excellent! So easy to make. I learned you don't have to spend the whole cooking time stirring the pot :)
This was really good and quite easy. It cooked up a lot quicker for me, I have a flat top stove so I probably needed to have it set on a lower setting, I'll remember that next time. Still it cam...
Never made it before, but tried it with Chef John's Pork al Latte. It was outstanding! My husband usually complains about my cooking, but loved this. I made it with leftover turkey stock from ...