Homemade Corn Grits Yum

October 23, 2020 1 min read 2 Comments

This simple homemade grits recipe makes a delicious meal. They are super creamy and tasty, and can be prepared with just about any kind of dish!

BSF Kitchen test:10/21/2020

INGREDIENTS (Makes 5-6 servings)

  • 3 cups water
  • 3 cups milk of choice
  • 1 cup cornmeal (finely ground organic Sweet Corn)
  • salt
  • butter

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Add water and milk to large pot and bring to boil.
  2. Once it starts to boil, slowly stir in cornmeal and set heat to low.
  3. Salt generously and place lid on pot, slightly offsetting it. 
  4. Stir every 6-9 minutes, make sure to scrape any sticking to pot.
  5. Cook for a total of 30-35 minutes or until done.
  6. Add salt, butter, and any toppings as preferred. Enjoy!

 Try our USDA certified organic Sweet Corn 

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        Kinsey Taylor
        Kinsey Taylor


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        Kinsey @BSF
        Kinsey @BSF

        October 30, 2020

        That is a great tip, Nanette. Thanks!

        Nanette Brawer
        Nanette Brawer

        October 30, 2020

        looks yummy…whenever i make polenta or corn grits, to prevent large lumps i will take a couple cups of water and soak the meal in it before adding to the boiling water/milk. So if the recipe asks for 6 cups of liquid, 2 of those cups will be used to soak one cup dry meal to then be added to the heated liquid…I find this easier than adding dry meal to the boiling water… hope this helps…

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