Eggs Blindfolded over Garlic Cheddar Grits

  • slorozco Posted: 11/28/10
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    It's the bomb

  • MrsDavis Posted: 03/28/10
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    Wonderful, quick meal. This was only my 2nd time using grits (I also made the Shrimp and Grits in the same magazine) and both my husband and I loved the outcome. The grits were flavorful (don't skip out on the powdered garlic) and the eggs were perfectly poached. This would make a delicious brunch but we made it for dinner with a few slices of crusty bread for dipping into the egg.

  • Caseywareagle Posted: 12/25/10
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    Very yummy! Quick and easy.

  • lizlee Posted: 05/12/11
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    Quick and simple, and a fun new way to prepare eggs! We used stone ground grits from the farmer's market and had toasted English muffins on the side. We skipped the chives, because we didn't have any on hand, and the dish had plenty of flavor without them.

  • CookingWithBoo Posted: 06/09/11
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    I topped mine with salsa. Amazing!

  • TXMimi Posted: 01/20/13
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    This is a easy good meal. I will be making this as a regular breakfast.

  • PongoUSA Posted: 05/03/12
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    used leftover beakfast grits, added a little onion and garlic and Manchego cheese, skipped the ice action with the egg, just regular sunny side egg. Yummy and a great little lunch with only 190 kcal :)

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