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Garlic-Cheese Grits

October/November 2006

Your rating: None Average: 3.9 (18 votes)

Garlic-cheese grits are a typically rich Southern dish, but the truth is you don't need a half a cup of butter and a pound of cheese to make them taste good. By using a pungent blend of super-sharp cheeses we've found you can use much less cheese and still get flavor-packed results.



READER'S COMMENT:
"We like the rolls of garlic cheese in our cheese grits. I use two of them and add granulated garlic as well. Mary, Nashville TN "
Garlic-Cheese Grits Recipe

3 Reviews for Garlic-Cheese Grits

10/27/2009
Anonymous

We like the rolls of garlic cheese in our cheese grits. I use two of them and add granulated garlic as well.
Mary, Nashville TN

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09/22/2009
Anonymous

Zatarans Breading for the chicken.

Harry, Cleves, OH

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09/22/2009
Anonymous

Tried the grits this morning for brunch - very good flavor. I would love to try the chicken in the picture, does anyone know the recipe? I would make without the okra (one of the few veggies I won't eat).

Alecia, Menifee, CA

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Anonymous wrote 8 weeks 6 days ago

Delicious! I didn't bother

Delicious! I didn't bother baking the whole time. I just stuck it in the oven until the rest of my dinner (shrimp & grits, baby!) was finished and it turned out great!

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