- 1500 grams water
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- 1 tablespoon sea salt
- 350 grams polenta, white or yellow (cornmeal polenta)
- Put a bowl on top of the Thermomix's lid, weigh 350 gr of polenta flour, and set aside
- Put 1500 gr water, salt and oil into the bowl, and heat it to 100 °/10 min/speed 1
When water is boiling, set 40 min/100°/speed 4 and pour the flour into the bowl one spoonful at time. Stir with spatula and let the spatula into the lid, and stir deeply time to time.
If the flour is quick cook, set the time on the package plus 5 minutes. If it's too hard, add some water (half measuring cup usually is enough).
When ready, pour it into a bow, or in a dish, and use as desired.
Just prepared it's creamy and soft, becoming cold it's tough, it's possible to cut it in slices, reheat and use in a lot of different ways.
It's gluten free.
It's possible to half the dosis, for few people. Keep leftovers in the fridge.
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It's a very traditional nord Italy food, yellow or white it depends on the location. It's gluten free.
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