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This is a lovely side side for many things, but it was devised to be served with the Quail.

by Christopher Idone

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Smooth and unctuous, soft polenta is the perfect foil for northern Italian dishes with meaty sauces.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Basic Polenta

If you cannot find imported Italian cornmeal for polenta, Spanish ground cornmeal marketed by Goya and other Latin food companies is a fi...

by Julia della Croce


Velvety Cornmeal-Spinach Soup

This is a poor man’s simple recipe, a warm filler for cold winter days in Friuli. I use spinach, but any available green vegetable would ...

by Lidia Bastianich

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Polenta Gratin with Mushroom “Bolognese”

Bolognese usually refers to a rustic meat sauce. This version uses wild mushrooms in place of the veal found in the classic dish. We add ...

by Tom Colicchio


Broiled Polenta with Shrimp, Venetian Style

If you don’t like polenta (cornmeal), the shrimp are delicious with simply boiled potatoes or even pasta, but less authentic! Try to find...

by Sophie Braimbridge and Erica Jankovich


Creamy Polenta with Mushroom Sauce

The traditional Abruzzi way to serve coarse ground polenta is sulla tavola, on a board. The polenta is cooked to a creamy consistency, po...

by Sharon Crayton

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Spicy Shrimp and Cheesy Grits with Over-Easy Eggs

I adore breakfast for dinner. Particularly when it’s creamy, cheesy grits topped with smoky barbecued shrimp and a just barely runny egg ...

by Lara Ferroni


Polenta Shortcake with Blackberry Compote 

Even when strawberry shortcake is crummy it delivers, which is something fast-food franchises and commercial manufacturers have known and...

by Brooks Headley


Basic Polenta

In a medium cast-iron saucepan or other heavy pot, bring all ingredients except the cornmeal to simmer over medium heat. Very slowly, be...

by Lidia Bastianich and Jay Jacobs

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