This satisfied my craving. Thanks!
Oh my, was this good!! I added some garlic and a splash of white wine to the shrimp as I was cooking it and it was wonderful. This dish is really nice for company but it's also good southern comfort food.
This was my first experience cooking grits and it came out beautifully. I did not have milk so I<br/>subbed heavy cream, with a little extra chicken stock to cut the richness a bit. Skipped the bell pepper and swapped a thinly sliced shallot for the onion since it was what I had on hand. This dish is so incredibly rich, flavorful, and comforting on a cold, snowy evening in the Midwest. I will definitely make this again switching shrimp out with more veggies so my husband who hates seafood can enjoy it too. I feel like this would be tasty with fresh cut corn tossed in and some fresh parsley. Thank you for sharing this inspiring southern dish.
This recipe is awesome! I used 1/2 cheddar and 1/2 pepper jack cheese with jalapenos. Just
enough heat. Thanks so much!
My husband gave this a nine out of ten. I followed the recipe exactly. Due to dietary reasons, I did not eat the cheese grits, so had to add more seasoning to the shrimp mixture on my plate, but it was still good.
BRAVO!! We were looking for an easy to make Shrimp and Cheese Grits recipe and this not only is easy to make but outstanding to eat. We used white stone ground Grits and small Shrimp. Next time I might add a bit of crushed red pepper to give it alittle zing. On a score of 1 to 10 this we give a 10. Thanks for posting this recipe.