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4 cups boiling water
1 teas. salt
1 c. instant grits
1 stick butter or margarine
1 cup grated cheddar (or one roll garlic cheese)
1 clove garlic minced
2 eggs
milk
Cook grits in salted water for 3 minutes or until thick. Remove from heat and stir in butter, cheese and garlic. Put eggs in measuring cup and add milk to 1 cup line. Beat well and add to grits.
Bake in 2 quart dish at 300 for one hour.
(I've also baked this at 375 for 30 minutes)
 

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I don't particularly care for grits, but this recipe almost makes me want to try them again. It sounds tasty!
 

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Just have to ask, what exactly are grits?:eek:
Ah grits. A Southern experience. They are actually broken grains of corn.
They have the consistency of cream of wheat when cooked.

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Sort of like hominy? Had that when I was younger and wasn't a big fan, its a texture thing for me- but your recipe sounds good- just might have to try it again.
 

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No grits aren't like hominy. More of a cereal type thing. As I said, kind of like cream of wheat or cream of rice.
 

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I love grits! Sounds like a yummy recipe!
 

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Oh I love grits!!!! Brings back great memories of when I livein NC
Eggs over easy and smothered in cheese grits!!! MMMMMMMmmmmmmmmmm
 
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