6 Reviews

Cut this in half and used veggie sausage links. Very very good! The grits were light and creamy (and the directions on my grits specified more water also, but I followed the recipe instead. Glad I did). The pecans add not only a nice crunch but a light sweetness. I didn't think they would add much to the finished product but they do! Nice change for breakfast! Will make again. Thanks Dancer!

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Nikoma June 04, 2010

This was so easy to whip up the night before for Sunday brunch! Thank you, a definite keeper!

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Carianne January 15, 2007

Excellent dish for our Christmas brunch- thank you so much - wonderful dish! Merry Christmas!

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greyghost December 25, 2006

Its a shame five stars is the highest I can rate this awesome recipe cause it deserves 10. Thanks Dancer^ for sharing this one.

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Bill Echols Jr December 23, 2004

I thought this was good- next time I will put more cheese and maybe a little crushed red pepper or tabasco to spice it up just a little. I also wonder about baking it in a 9x13 pan- might look better cut in squares -this time I had it in a casserole bowl. Thanks for the recipe!

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carla anne October 28, 2004

This casserole was such a crowd pleaser - my coworkers loved it! I changed the recipe just a little bit and assembled it the night before within 15 min. I used quick cooking (5 min) grits that called for 1 1/4 cups grits to 4 cups water. I used one box of chicken broth (32 oz) instead of water to give it more flavor and 5 eggs instead of 4 since I used an extra 1/4 cup of grits. I also added a bunch of fresh ground pepper and some salt. Thanks Dancer^!

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Anne in Chapel Hill January 30, 2004
Sausage, Grits & Pecan Casserole