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This is a WONDERFUL polenta recipe and is so simple. I did use chicken stock instead of water to add flavor. Also at the end I added 1 tbsp parmesean cheese, 1 cup rehydrated wild mushrooms and 1 tbsp truffle oil at the end. YUMMO. Could not have turned out better!!!

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JanuaryBride February 24, 2008

I loved this polenta. I baked the polenta, then refrigerated it overnight. The next morning, I added a splash of milk and a pat of butter(for 2 servings), heated it up and whisked it to smooth it all out. I left out the marjoram. My husband and I loved it! Thanks!The rest my husband would like me to slice and fry and have with maple syrup. Sounds good to me!

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Sharon123 October 26, 2003

Very nice recipe. I always try to make a recipe as stated first, which I did here, but next time I will add some Parmesan cheese. :)

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Lori Mama November 09, 2012

This was awesome!!! First time ever making polenta and I loved it. Future-DH said it was great and reminded him of grits. He's southern, so that's a compliment. Thank you so much. I'll be using this recipe from now on!!!

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Bippie January 26, 2007

I tried this 3 times, but it just wouldnt work out for me... i dont think its your directions, I just think its my inability to make polenta lol Maybe Im just not a polenta maker lol :-) I will try your other recipe for polenta...I am determined to make polenta.

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love4culinary July 16, 2003
creamy oven baked polenta