Game Day Provisions 101: Aged Gouda-Cheddar Grits

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Aged Gouda-Cheddar Grits

Highly seasoned grits may be paired with a variety of foods from Grilled Chipotle-Garlic Shrimp Kabobs & Honey-Garlic Smoked Chicken to House Barbecue & pork tenderloin. Charred Corn & Avocado Pico De Galo provides extra fresh flavor to the well seasoned grits along with good heat & texture. Be certain exciting side dishes are included on your game day roster for a winning football party menu.

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makes 8 servings

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Serve these high flavored grits topped with the Grilled Chipotle-Garlic Shrimp Kabobs & the Charred Corn & Avocado Pico De Galo for a game changing brunch option.

8 cups water
1 to 2 tsp kosher salt
2 cups stone ground grits
2 cups shredded aged Gouda cheese
1 cup shredded sharp Cheddar cheese
1/4 cup butter
Garnishes: Parmesan cheese & freshly ground pepper

Bring the water & the salt to a boil in a Dutch oven over High heat. Whisk in the grits & reduce the heat to Low. Simmer partially covered with the lid & stir occasionally 30 minutes or until tender. Remove the grits from the heat. Stir in the cheeses & the butter. Transfer the grits to a chafing dish or slow cooker. Hold on the Warm setting. Garnish, if desired.

The Extra Point

When traveling, prepare the grits the day before the game. Cool 20 minutes & transfer to a plastic container with a lid. Chill overnight. Reheat the grits in a very large cast iron skillet over a hot plate with a little water or beer until hot. Serve directly from the skillet for a rustic approach topped with the vibrant pico & shrimp that’s been grilled ahead. 

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How To Cook Stone Ground Grits

The instructions for cooking Stone Ground Grits are relatively simple resulting in a pleasing flavor & texture. A heavy bottomed saucepan & a sturdy whisk are the ideal tools needed in order to prepare grits. Read over the recipe to be certain you have everything needed before getting started. Here’s what you should know.

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When preparing grits, bring the water to a boil with a little salt then add the grits. Whisk them into the water vigorously to keep them nice & smooth. Reduce the heat & stir the grits occasionally. If they seem to be sticking to the pot a bit, run a wooden spoon around the base of it to loosen them & whisk them until smooth again. Partially cover the grits while cooking to keep spattering contained. After approximately 30 to 40 minutes the grits should be thick enough to hold a ribbon when a whisk or spoon is run through them. You want them hearty enough to slightly hold their shape on the plate but still have a creamy texture. Taste the grits to be certain the texture is toothsome tender. They should have a gritty yet milky appearance as the water will become cloudy as they cook due to the starch that is released. Add the butter. Season with additional kosher salt & freshly ground pepper.

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