We arrived in Charleston to our new home a little over a week ago, though most of my household goods are still en route. I shipped a few things ahead so we would have some basic items. One of those things was my rice cooker. I wanted to make some grits and though that maybe I could do it in the rice cooker. I did it and it was so easy. No stirring and they stayed warm and ready to eat with the warming function on the rice cooker. Here is the way to do it. I of course recommend stone ground grits from the Low Country, or at the very least from the south. The grits I used were purchased at the Charleston Farmer’s Market from Steve Dowdney at The Colonial Charleston Kitchen. This recipe serves four but could easily be doubled and I am sure it would work equally well with polenta.
1/2 cup stone ground grits
2 cups milk
1/2 cup water
1/2 stick of butter
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon course ground black pepper
Place all ingredients in rice cooker on porridge setting and forget about it till you are ready for dinner.
Thanks, Devaney…I’m going to try this on Sunday…!!!
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Thanks for sharing the love Stephanie.
Happy to do so. It’s my go to recipe and I just used it again this morning. 🙂
how much water and grits should use in a 8 cup rice cooker
Follow the recipe!