I have been looking for recipes to make good use of my new rice cooker, and this one sounded really intriguing. Unfortunately, it didn't live up to the intrigue for our family. The texture was right, but the flavors were off, and it desperately needed salt added. My dinner guests complained of it being bland. This does seem to be a sound method for cooking polenta, but I will need to experiment to find one that tastes right for my family. Thank you for posting.
Just made it, and it's good!! But i didnt give 5 stars because I adjusted the flavors a bit. I did add in garlic salt and used only dried chives, not green onion. I didnt use parm but nutritional yeast instead. (Nutritional value far outweighs parms saltiness and tastes great.) When it was done cooking I added in cashew milk for a little creaminess and some chopped frozen spinach...definitely worth a try! Letting it sit in the rice cooker on warm, to eat again in a few minutes.
I will do it frying the onions in the olive plus teh herbhs. When it is cooked I will add the parmesan. And of course salt.
Worked well for me!