Smoky Cheese Grits with Summer Succotash Recipe (2024)

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Elizabeth Stith

I am trying to understand why she specifies quick cooking grits when longer cooking ones are so much better and would add a great texture to the whole thing. I will try it with Weisenberger yellow grits for sure.

jtm

sorry didn't get a photo but this was wonderful and all of us happily ate all of it! The only substitution I made was to use shallots instead of onion, because I had a bunch already. The quick-cooking grits were great and fast. Did I mention that we were a most happy bunch of diners?

jtm

Ok, I just scrapped my Sunday plans and will make this recipe for brunch guests. Sounds so much nicer and more delicious than the heat-and-serve quiche I had ordered, and won't need to turn the oven on. Will report back!

Chris

This was a hit tonight! The cheese I used was "Dutch smoked cheese" from Trader Joe's. I chopped the onion, not "finely chopped." Took longer than expected because the edamame was in the pod and I suddenly realized they would have to be shelled.

pete

I’ve made this a few times and the best versions let the onion caramelize more than the recipe allows. Something closer to ~15 mins before adding other items. I also like to bump up the balsamic by a quarter tbs.

Seattle cook

Loved this - came together beautifully! Very fresh tasting and comforting!

marcy’s modifications

Make 2x the veggies and add a bit more balsamic

Ann M

This was delicious. Followed recipe exactly. Good summer produce is the key to how yummy this tasted.

bernalgirl

Appreciate the use of quick cooking grits to make this a healthy and manageable weeknight meal for a busy family! Will make again!

Chris

This was a hit tonight! The cheese I used was "Dutch smoked cheese" from Trader Joe's. I chopped the onion, not "finely chopped." Took longer than expected because the edamame was in the pod and I suddenly realized they would have to be shelled.

Sarah

Made this today after seeing it in "what to cook this week." A winner and a great addition to one's menu arsenal. We lightened the succotash with lots of fresh herbs at the end, and brightened it with a jalapeno. But those are just tweaks. The concept is terrific and a keeper.

Sarah

I should add that I used cornmeal that was designated "good for grits" from our farmers' market (I know -- we should all be so lucky and I am grateful for all of it). In no way were they quick cooking grits but they were delicious and the whole dish came together in a reasonable time.

Brianna

I've always been a bit confused about grits and polenta and cornmeal difference so I used the coarse ground cornmeal I keep on hand and everyone ate happily. Except for toddler but she's against grains. Any ideas on how close to grits I was?

Claire

This was very popular at my house with three little ones under four. I added breaded chicken which added more texture.

Elizabeth Stith

I am trying to understand why she specifies quick cooking grits when longer cooking ones are so much better and would add a great texture to the whole thing. I will try it with Weisenberger yellow grits for sure.

sillygooselovesu

Substitute half the butter for bacon drippings in your grits.

jtm

Ok, I just scrapped my Sunday plans and will make this recipe for brunch guests. Sounds so much nicer and more delicious than the heat-and-serve quiche I had ordered, and won't need to turn the oven on. Will report back!

Veronique

Let us know how it turned out and post a picture please!

jtm

sorry didn't get a photo but this was wonderful and all of us happily ate all of it! The only substitution I made was to use shallots instead of onion, because I had a bunch already. The quick-cooking grits were great and fast. Did I mention that we were a most happy bunch of diners?

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