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Grits In Spanish

Even though I have moved a long way away from the grits line I am still a big fan of the the food. I can even get an “organic” version in one of our local vertically integrated, farmers-market type stores. Just the other day, though, I found the Spanish version of grits in the cereal aisle of our supermarket: Sémola de Maíz. It is a box of quick grits, and for best results you should really use the slow cooking kind. On the box, it shows fried eggs and grits, which is probably the most common way of serving grits, but also the least imaginative. If you feel adventurous, try this recipe for Baked Maple Grits with Wild Mushrooms and Country Ham. Yum.

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One Response to “Grits In Spanish”

  1. Carey Excell says:

    Thank you so much, this was a good read. I was actually born in Spain (not telling you when though!) but moved around Europe and finally settled in England when I was 7. I don’t remember an awful lot of the few years I was in Spain, but the delicious smell of Spanish food always seems to get me going or something. Funny, how I don’t remember anything except the smells, isn’t it! I even found a website dedicated to Spanish Recipes, which gave me great delight and thought I ought to share with your readers. Anyway, thank you again. I’ll get my husband to add your website to my rss app…

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