Recipe: Tasty Brad's polenta and rice

Brad's polenta and rice. Wild rice adds a toasty nuttiness to polenta, its creamy sweetness heightened with freshly puréed corn. Serve as a side dish or vegetarian main course. In a food processor, pulse the wild rice until coarsely cracked.

Brad's polenta and rice I am getting tired I guess so when I recently tried another cooking method for a favorite recipe and it was fast, easy and fun I wanted to branch out so I have been working out some other recipes for the same low work approcah. I prefer to add in extras after the polenta is cooked (like cheese for example). These creamy and rich Braised Short Ribs with Creamy Polenta make the perfect romantic meal for Valentine's Day or any special occasion! You can cook Brad's polenta and rice using 6 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you achieve that.

Ingredients of Brad's polenta and rice

  1. Prepare 1 lb of polenta.
  2. You need 1 pkg of brown rice and quinoa blend.
  3. It's 1/4 cup of each; shredded parmesan, cheddar, pepper jack.
  4. You need 1 tbs of granulated chicken bouillon.
  5. It's 1 tsp of each; garlic powder, rosemary, basil, white pepper.
  6. You need of Balsamic vinegar.

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Brad's polenta and rice instructions

  1. Bring rice medly to a boil in a small pot of water. Add bouillon and spices. Cover and simmer up to 22 minutes. Or until water is absorbed and everything is tender. Fluff with a fork..
  2. Slice polenta into 1/2 inch slices. Fry over medium heat with very little oil. Let brown on both sides..
  3. Plate polenta, top with rice medly. Sprinkle the mixed cheeses over the top..
  4. Drizzle with balsamic vinegar. Serve immediately. Enjoy.

Polenta is cooked cornmeal that can be eaten as a side dish or used in a variety of recipes, from bread to desserts. Fully-cooked polenta is also available in grocery stores. It is usually sold in tube-like packages. Since it tends to be firm, it can be sliced and then fried or baked. Polenta is a cornmeal porridge that originates from Italy.