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Noted: 5 Unexpected Ways to Make Your Polenta Better via Food 52

August 17th, 2014

5 Unexpected Ways to Make Your Polenta Better via Food 52

5 Unexpected Ways to Make Your Polenta Better via Food 52

Polenta, sometimes referred to as “Italian grits,” most often serves as a trusty sidekick to spotlight-stealing protein, or sits smothered under tomato sauce and cheese. Make no mistake — it’s delicious in both contexts, but this classic cornmeal dish is far more versatile than tradition suggests. Here are our five favorite ways to give polenta a long-overdue chance to shine. 

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