Monday, October 29, 2012

Slow Cooker Sweet Potato (or Pumpkin) Grits from Kitchen Parade

Slow Cooker Sweet Potato Grits
Slow Cooker Sweet Potato Grits, or use Pumpkin in honor of the season!  (Photo from Kitchen Parade.)

What the people in the U.S. call grits is very similar to the ground corn dish that Italians call polenta, and I love that these Slow Cooker Sweet Potato Grits from Kitchen Parade are made in the slow cooker, even if Alanna cautions that they need to be stirred occasionally.  And if you're in the mood, you can make this dish with pumpkin for a perfect Meatless Monday dish for Halloween week.  (Alanna also recommends butternut squash, which would be my personal choice!)

I hope you enjoy trying this from-scratch slow cooker recipe! Use this link to get the recipe for Slow Cooker Sweet Potato Grits from Kitchen Parade.

More Ideas with Meatless Side Dishes in the Slow Cooker:
Bombay Potatoes from Kayotic Kitchen 
Indian-Spiced Lentils from The Perfect Pantry
Lentils and Kale Super Food from A Year of Slow Cooking
Rice with Dried Mushrooms, Herbs, and Parmesan from Kalyn's Kitchen
Rosemary Garlic Mashed Potatoes from Coconut and Lime 

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2 comments:

  1. Just okay. Needed a TON more liquid than called for, and it was a little bland even for grits. I love the idea of this recipe, but it needs some tweaking.

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  2. Valerie, thanks for leaving feedback; I'm sure it will be helpful to others.

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