Polenta

Polenta

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Encyclopedia of Food and Cookery

A yellow maize or cornmeal grown in northern Italy, where it is regarded as one of the staple foods. Polenta is used in many different ways after it has first been prepared as a rather thick porridge. Polenta is graded according to its texture and can be fine, medium or coarse ground. It is available from most supermarkets, delicatessens and health food stores.

Plain boiled polenta can be grilled (broiled), baked or fried and served with a meat or tomato sauce, or simply with butter and grated cheese. It can be made into Gnocchi, served in a ring with a chicken liver filling, or with chicken and mushrooms in a casserole.

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