Flying Biscuit's Creamy Dreamy White Cheddar Grits

Flying Biscuit's Creamy Dreamy White Cheddar Grits created by wesley-vance

This recipe is from The Flying Biscuit, an awesome little resturant in 2 locations in Atlanta GA. You always have to wait a few minutes to be seated but I would wait days if I had to to eat there. The biscuits and the grits are what makes this place so popular and the atmostphere is euphoric.

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  • In a saucepan, combine water, half-and-half, salt and white pepper and bring to a boil. Slowly pour grits into boiling water while whisking the entire time. (Watch out for splattering; mixture is very hot.) Reduce to low heat and continue to whisk often, until thick and completely smooth, about 10 minutes.
  • Add cheese and stir gently until cheese melts. Whisk again to combine. Turn heat off and allow grits to rest 5 minutes. Add butter and stir until completely smooth, silky and shiny.
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"This recipe is from The Flying Biscuit, an awesome little resturant in 2 locations in Atlanta GA. You always have to wait a few minutes to be seated but I would wait days if I had to to eat there. The biscuits and the grits are what makes this place so popular and the atmostphere is euphoric."

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  1. Jessica P.
    Flying Biscuit's Creamy Dreamy White Cheddar Grits Created by Jessica P.
  2. Allaigra M.
    Okay, first AMAZING, second, I've never put grits in the fridge over night and they were still sooo soft and fluffy as the first day. Usually it's hard. This recipe is awesome. I made shrimp and grits and my family loved it! Perfect texture
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  3. snipesat
    I've tried the recipe after visiting the FBC, and the grits made at home was off. So, the next time I visited, they said they modified the recipe since the FBC cookbook came out. This recipe is no longer correct. It may have been correct at one time, but not now. FBC changed the recipe. Now its 3 cups water, 3 cups 1/2 & 1/2, and everything else is the same.
  4. snipesat
    This recipe is no longer correct. It may have been correct at one time, but not now. FBC changed the recipe. Now its 3 cups water, 3 cups 1/2 & 1/2, and everything else is the same.
  5. signerdrew
    These grits are excellent. And, this is not a copycat version, This recipe is the real deal. Do a search on YouTube for this recipe. You will see the chef from The Flying Biscuit teaching you how to make them from In the kitchen of their original location in Atlanta. Only, he doesn't give the amounts of ingredients to use. He suggests you buy their cookbook. ENJOY
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