creamy oven baked polenta

creamy oven baked polenta created by Lori Mama

i love polenta-- but i hate stirring, my micro recipe is easier but this is good too. you can add parmesan cheese, bleu cheese or cheddar if you want to make it thicker

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  • preheat oven to 425.
  • in a dish with a lid whisk together water, cornmeal, salt& pepper.
  • cover and bake 30 minutes, stirring halfway through.
  • remove from oven, add milk, butter, marjoram, adjust seasonings with salt& pepper, whisk until smooth.
  • serve.
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"i love polenta-- but i hate stirring, my micro recipe is easier but this is good too. you can add parmesan cheese, bleu cheese or cheddar if you want to make it thicker"
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  1. Lori Mama
    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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  2. Lori Mama
    creamy oven baked polenta Created by Lori Mama
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  3. januarybride
    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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  4. januarybride
    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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  5. Bippie
    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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