Shrimp and grits is a Southern favorite which has been adapted in this recipe to feature the Northeast favorite, buffalo sauce and blue cheese. It’s crispy shrimp tossed with spicy, buttery buffalo sauce, and corn grits with plenty of salty, crumbly blue cheese.
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Creamy grits, your way. Dungeness crab with a sweet meaty texture that makes you drool. We’ve even included a special signature sauce to marry it all together.
Similar to shrimp and grits, this spicy shrimp is served over a creamy blue brie polenta for a gourmet dinner that is way easier than it looks.
What could be a more perfect meal after a long hike up Mount Abraham than a plate of barbecued pork with collards and grits at Prohibition Pig in Waterbury?
Sharp cheddar pimiento cheese is is baked into stone ground yellow grits along with spices and eggs for a comforting casserole.
Creamy caraway grits are topped with marinated shrimp and comforting corned beef.
A classic Creole dish topped with fork tender meat and creamy grits made with buttery Havarti cheese.
Jerk Shrimp and Andouille Sausage are cooked to perfection and laid on a bed of ultra creamy cheddar grits for the ultimate Southern meal.
Gulf Coast’s Seagrove Village MarketCafe divulges their delicious recipe for barbecue shrimp and grits.
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Sweet wild-caught Georgia white shrimp pair with stone ground grits for a traditional southern shrimp and grits.