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Baked Polenta with Parmesan

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I love polenta. You can serve it to me plain or with beans and vegetable mixed in or baked like the recipe I am sharing today, and I will eat it with gusto. It is earthy, delicious and very adaptable. This baked version is the perfect side dish for just about any meal you are putting on the table for family and friends. It is delicious, I hope you give it a try. 

Baked Polenta with Parmesan
adapted from: dinner a love story

Baked Polenta with Parmesan, easy and delicious.
Baked Polenta with Parmesan, ready to be cooked.

2 c stock
1/4 t salt
1/2 c polenta
1 T butter
2-3 T cream
1/4 c shredded Parmesan Cheese

Spread the butter in the bottom and up the sides of a small skillet. Set aside. Bring stock and salt to a boil, slowly whisk in the polenta, reduce heat, cook until thick. Stir in the cream, and place in the buttered skillet. Sprinkle cheese on top. Set aside.

Baked Polenta with Parmesan, crispy delicious edges of cheese.
Baked Polenta with Parmesan
For the two of us, I made half the recipe, and it did not fit the pan. But I must tell you, the crusty edge is so good. I will remember this and create those crusty edges again! 

About 20 minutes before serving, preheat oven to 350 and bake polenta 15-20 minutes. If desired broil to brown top.

Enjoy!

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11 comments

  1. Don't you just love deliciousness by accidents? Love those crusty edges!

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    1. Emily, your right, some of my favorite foods are by mistake! Thanks for stopping by.

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  2. I sometimes bake left-over polenta, but this idea is a winner. Baking from the start and adding cream and cheese, love it.

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    1. Thanks, I have grilled leftover polenta, but I will have to try baking it also.

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  3. I adore polenta -- love the crusty edges idea!

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    2. When I cut the recipe in half for our smaller family, it was thin for the pan size, but the crusty cheesy edges came about, and they are some of my favorite parts! Thanks for visiting.

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  4. Love the crusty edges on your Baked Polenta with Parmesan, Melynda! It looks absolutely delicious. Thank you for sharing this great comfort food recipe with us at Hearth and Soul.

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  5. Thanks so much for sharing your Baked Polenta with Parmesan, this looks delicious! Thanks so much for sharing your awesome post with us at Full Plate Thursday. Wishing you a fantastic 2017!
    Miz Helen

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