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These Crockpot Grits are some of the creamiest grits you'll try without even adding cream or milk. Just grits, water and salt, plus your crock pot is all you need. I added a little butter and cheese at the end, but they really don't need it.
This recipe only works with ground stone grains, which if cooked on the stove would take at least 45 minutes to cook, during which you would have to stir frequently. This crockpot recipe completely simplifies the process. Just put them in the pot with water and salt and they will cook while you sleep. Wake up to the creamiest grits in history.
These beans develop such a creamy texture that there really is no need to add cream or even butter. Serve with some eggs, toast, and sausage for a delicious southern hot breakfast.
Don't forget to add the salt to the slow cooker. Salting the semolina at the end of cooking simply does not have the same effect as salting it at the beginning. And be sure to spray your pot with cooking spray for easy cleaning. If you are not sure where to get the stone ground sands, you can order the Palmetto Farms white stone ground sands from Amazon or you can order the Anson Mills sand from their website. You'll want more grits recipes to use in your bag, so be sure to try shrimp and grits and cheese grits with Vidalia corn and onion.
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Preparation time: 5 minutes.
Cooking time: 7 hours.
Total time: 7 hours 5 minutes
Author: Christin Mahrlig
Use your slow cooker to make semolina super easy and creamy. They cook while you sleep and are ready to be put on the breakfast table when you get up.
- 1 1/2 cups ground stone grains
- 6 cups of water
- 2 teaspoons of salt
- 4-6 tablespoons butter, cut into 1 tablespoon
- 1/2 cup shredded chopped cheddar cheese
- freshly ground black pepper to taste
Lightly spray into a 6-quart cooking pot with cooking spray.
Mix semolina, salt and water in the slow cooker. Cover and cook on LOW for 7-8 hours.
Remove the cover. Spread butter on top. Use a whisk to stir the grains until they are even and the butter has melted.
Sprinkle cheese on top and add pepper to taste.
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