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Old 10-28-2019, 10:59 PM   #1
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Anybody have a good recipe for just good old fashioned cheese grits. Iíve tried several different ways but Iím always missing something
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Old 10-29-2019, 12:28 AM   #2
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4 cups water to 1 cup of grits 1-2 Tablespoons of butter and whatever cheese you like. My wife likes smoked Gouda while I prefer real American cheese.
Bring water and butter to a boil add grits then bring back to a boil while stirring then simmer at least 15 minutes stirring every minute to keep it from getting clumps. While simmering add cheese to taste
I use 6 slices minimum of real American cheese not the plastic wrapped cheese food product
Basically add cheese to your taste

Edit salt & pepper after tasting if you want

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4 cups water to 1 cup of grits 1-2 Tablespoons of butter and whatever cheese you like. My wife likes smoked Gouda while I prefer real American cheese.
Bring water and butter to a boil add grits then bring back to a boil while stirring then simmer at least 15 minutes stirring every minute to keep it from getting clumps. While simmering add cheese to taste
I use 6 slices minimum of real American cheese not the plastic wrapped cheese food product
Basically add cheese to your taste

Edit salt & pepper after tasting if you want

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What he said, except we add a few splashes of hot sauce.
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Grits need a lot of salt! A little Cream cheese and add some cheddar or Gouda is good
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If it's for breakfast, exactly what YRC said, if it's for dinner with fish or shrimp and grits then I replace 1 or 2 of the cups of water with chicken broth and use smoked gouda, some shredded cheese, bacon crumbles and chives on top...mmmmmm
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4 cups water to 1 cup of grits 1-2 Tablespoons of butter and whatever cheese you like. My wife likes smoked Gouda while I prefer real American cheese.
Bring water and butter to a boil add grits then bring back to a boil while stirring then simmer at least 15 minutes stirring every minute to keep it from getting clumps. While simmering add cheese to taste
I use 6 slices minimum of real American cheese not the plastic wrapped cheese food product
Basically add cheese to your taste

Edit salt & pepper after tasting if you want

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cheddar, cheddar, cheddar!!!! sharp cheddar.
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4 cups water to 1 cup of grits 1-2 Tablespoons of butter and whatever cheese you like. My wife likes smoked Gouda while I prefer real American cheese.
Bring water and butter to a boil add grits then bring back to a boil while stirring then simmer at least 15 minutes stirring every minute to keep it from getting clumps. While simmering add cheese to taste
I use 6 slices minimum of real American cheese not the plastic wrapped cheese food product
Basically add cheese to your taste

Edit salt & pepper after tasting if you want

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Boil em up, fry some eggs, throw the grits in the garbage, eat the eggs
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I use chicken broth instead of water and either milk or heavy whipping cream before they are done.
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I like the cactus grits at at the cactus cantina. They melt pimento cheese in them
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