It’s Nuts, I tell you! – Recipe for Grilled Tomato Polenta with Gorgonzola

July 14, 2016 at 5:07 AM | Posted in NUTS COM | 4 Comments
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I’m passing along a delicious and healthy recipe off the Nuts website (https://nuts.com/). Grilled Tomato Polenta with Gorgonzola (Gluten Free). This is just one of many delicious and healthy recipes that you can find on their website. You can purchase 2 of the ingredients in the recipe, the Gluten Free Corn Grits (Polenta) and Sea Salt all from the Nuts website! Both items can be purchased in a small amount or in bulk sizes. I’ve left links to both ingredients and recipe below. Check out the Nuts website (https://nuts.com/) for healthy snacks like Trail Mix, Corn Nuts, and Jerky. Looking for Coffee or Tea they have that also; Flavored Coffees, Chicory, Oolong Teas, and more! Find them all at the Nuts website. Enjoy and eat healthy!

 

 

RECIPE FOR GRILLED TOMATO POLENTA WITH GORGONZOLA (GLUTEN-FREE)

Recipe Ingredients:
4 cups Water
1 cup Gluten-Free Corn Grits (Polenta)
1/2 tsp Sea Salt
1 tbsp Basil
2 ounce Sun Dried Tomatoes in oil, drained & chopped
2 cloves Garlic, finely minced
4 ounce Gorgonzola Cheese, crumbled

1. In a medium saucepan bring water to a boil, add polenta, basil, salt and tomatoes, stirring constantly. Reduce heat and simmer for about 45 minutes until very thick; stir at least every 5 minutes.

2. Pour and scrape polenta onto a buttered platter, cool about 3-5 minutes. Cut into squares. Heat grill and grill for 2-4 minutes on each side. Top with crumbled Gorgonzola cheese; heat under broiler until cheese is melted (watch closely). Top with freshly chopped basil.

Makes 6 servings.
https://nuts.com/recipes/grilled-tomato-polenta-with-gorgonzola–gluten-free-.html

 

 

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Gluten Free Corn Grits (Polenta)
Corn Grits make a popular breakfast, especially in the Eastern and Southern states. Also makes a delightful hot cereal served with milk and honey or brown sugar.
https://nuts.com/cookingbaking/grains/corn/grits-gluten-free.html

 

 

Sea Salt
Fine grain sea salt is obtained by the evaporation of sea water. Known for its great taste and texture, it is the perfect substitute for plain table salt.
https://nuts.com/cookingbaking/salts/sea.html

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  1. Yummy!

    • The nuts.com website has a fantastic selection of healthy snacks and recipes.

  2. Oh my! You had me on board at sun dried tomato, and then you added Gorgonzola Cheese! Even though I don’t tolerate dairy right now, I will make this for the family and have mine sans cheese! Yum!

    • That’s a nuts.com recipe.


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