5 Reviews

I made this in much, much less time. About 30 min. I think cooking the grits on the stovetop shorted the back time considerably. I added ham and spinach and mushrooms to mine, (I do not like how bacon can get chewy when left in a casserole)

I also made a home made white gravy and some Texas Pete for a kick.

This was a big hit with the family.

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jaxitgirl February 09, 2013

Wonderful recipe! I have two teenage boys and they thought this was great. What a southern casserole with grits and greens....Thanks for sharing!

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mary winecoff May 16, 2012

We had this for New Years day. My family loved it, even the ones that said they don't like greens. All the leftovers were gone by the next morning. Wonderful dish.

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sanherring January 03, 2011

Totally awsome - a co-workers wife made this for our Christmas party and everybody asked for the recipe. You can't go wrong with this one.

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thetravelgod December 14, 2010

This has become one of our pot luck favorites, especially when we are having a cajun night. I follow the recipe exactly except for using turnip or mustard green instead of collard. Exceptional!!

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mtodryk September 03, 2007
Grits N' Greens Casserole