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Fried wedges of polenta get their nuanced sweetness and spice from orange zest, cinnamon, raisins, and pure maple syrup. Corn and products derived from corn, such as popcorn, corn flour, and cornstarch, are gluten-free by nature.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, April 2009
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Ingredients

FOR THE POLENTA

FOR THE "FRENCH TOAST"

Directions

Cook's Notes

This sweetened polenta can also be served soft, like oatmeal. Instead of spreading the polenta on a sheet in step 2, spoon it into a bowl and serve hot. Find corn flour at natural-foods stores, or use superfine cornmeal to dust the triangles.

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