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Leftover polenta

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DeliveredByKiki Thu 01-Jun-17 05:00:47

Cooked far too much polenta for dinner tonight, what can I do with the leftovers? It was the soft and sloppy kind

CaptainWarbeck Thu 01-Jun-17 07:40:32

Oooh I love polenta, I'd just eat it with a spoon.

Could you bake it in a tray, and cut into fingers to eat with another meal?

CheshireChat Thu 01-Jun-17 13:18:10

If it's reasonably soft, add some cheddar, feta or some salty cheese, optionally some mozzarella and then whisk some cream with eggs and mix it all in and chuck in the oven to cook.

Heck, I sometimes throw in some bacon lardons or similar.

CheshireChat Thu 01-Jun-17 13:18:46

If it's dry, you can always slice and layer instead.

DeliveredByKiki Thu 01-Jun-17 16:40:51

so it's thickened as expected - just slice? is it good roasted or fried in breadcrumbs or anything?

should say I'm vegan too and all the leftover recipes I can find use up copious amounts of cheese!

Wormulonian Thu 01-Jun-17 17:04:37

Toss in it in some breadcrumbs, matzo or uncooked polenta and bake in the oven to make "chips" or croutons (recipe here about 1/3rd one down)
suddenlunch.blogspot.co.uk/2012/03/leftover-polenta.html

You can also brush lightly with oil and griddle on a ridged grill pan and use with garlic mushrooms, spicy tomato sauce etc as a kind of "toast"

That said I usually leave it a few days and end up chucking!

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