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Grilled Polenta and Balsamic Mushrooms

Recipe photo courtesy of Marcus Nilsson

A main course and a salad in one: polenta, arugula, and portobellos with a warm balsamic sauce.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, October 2007
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Cook's Notes

The trick to grilling polenta is to know when to flip it. Wait until the entire piece can be lifted off the grates cleanly with a metal spatula. This way, the crisp surface won't stick to the grill.

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  • brieh
    2 FEB, 2011
    Absolutely delicious! I ended up with barely any sauce - maybe 1.5 tablespoons, so I was a bit concerned, but it ended up being fine. The whole thing was sooo flavourful.
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  • LadyLuxe1
    29 SEP, 2008
    I make this for dinner regularly and bake it at 400 degrees in the oven instead of using the grill and it turns out great. To simulate the grill I suggest using a baking sheet that is slotted (I think mine is from Nordicware).
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