This Blood Orange Polenta Cake is a true pleasure. Easy to make, easy to decorate, and easy to eat. The end result is a nutty, zesty cake with tons of flavor packed into a very simple, dense dessert.
This 30-minute vegan burst cherry tomato polenta is bound to become a weeknight staple. Rich cashew cream is woven through hot polenta. Then, the polenta is served generously topped with burst garlic-herb cherry tomatoes.
What’s more beautiful than a runny egg yolk? Poached or fried, a perfectly cooked egg is a fun way to lend extra richness (and protein!) to pasta dishes, rice bowls—even pizzas! These 10 recipes are sure to eliminate any notion that eggs are just for breakfast.
Liven up your holiday spread with a rich, slow cooked sausage and mushroom dish served over creamy polenta. Finish the meal with a fudgy chocolate cake topped with Baci chocolates.
Originating in Northern Italy, polenta has gone on to have a place in cuisines around the world. While all of these recipes may not be strictly Italian, they all hint at the mother land and are too delicious to ignore.
Grilled polenta slices add smokiness to arugula, creamy burrata and a tomato-caper salad. This flavorful side is sure to be a backyard classic.
A rustic Italian meal of artichokes that give a delicious earthy, smokey flavor and grilled polenta drizzled with pesto and sprinkled with capers and basil.
Filled with vegetables, a sausage polenta bake is a perfect holiday main dish or side. With after dinner espressos, serve whole wheat chocolate hazelnut biscotti for a delicious nutty finish.
Make a new holiday dish of polenta with sausage and crispy sage. And for dessert, serve up chocolate pot de crèmes with a hint of orange and spicy cayenne.
An Italian holiday favorite, eggplant timballo is a stunning presentation for your table. Especially when served with a chili and orange chocolate polenta cake.
Serve a simple, delicious meal for your guests complete with a beautiful roast chicken, herbed polenta and carrots, and a finish of chocolate dipped cookies.
Bring everyone together this holiday season with a hearty pancetta and shrimp pasta. Finish the Italian meal with a soft orange and chocolate polenta cake.
Grilled polenta is topped with honey roasted plums, goat cheese, basil, and balsamic reduction. An elegant appetizer paired with Garnacha red or white wine.
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.
A polenta loaf is sliced and grilled with peaches and is served with a peppery strawberry balsamic sauce for a sweet bite of summer.
Polenta cake is served with grilled fruit soaked in a raspberry vinegar and ice cream drizzled with balsamic glace and fresh basil to create sweet balance.
Creamy white beans, cherry tomatoes and polenta with red pepper flakes are ready to take on crisp broccoli rabe and a fried egg with a bursting yolk.
This recipe is a two day labor of love. The finished product melts in your mouth; the creamy polenta and onion jam takes the entire dish up a notch.
Pastry crusts are the most time consuming obstacle in making a delicious quiche — this quick and easy polenta crust solves that, and makes the whole dish gluten-free.
This savory pie is not strictly a pizza, because the chewy crusty dough is missing. However, it’s Italian to the core, featuring aromatic Pancetta, pungent Gorgonzola cheese, roasted pepper strips and pine nuts.
The basic polenta base can be a used as a base for many topping combinations. Tomato sauce, white sauce, ricotta in this case, the options are unlimited.