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Easy Creamy Polenta



6 portion(s)


  • 700 g warm water
  • 15-30 g stock paste, (Your Liking)
  • 130 g polenta
  • 40 g Philly Chease, (Optional)
  • 20-40 g Butter, (Adjustable to your preference)
  • 200mL cream, (Any sort, I use thickened)
  • 50 g Parmesan cheese, (Optional)

Recipe's preparation

  1. Place Water, Stock paste & ploenta into TM bowl.


    100 Degrees 8 minutes Speed 3 MC lid on

  2. Add Cream, Butter, Philly & Parmesan


    Cook further 4 minutes 100 degrees Speed 3 MC lid off

  3. Pour into 1.5 L capacity dish


    Allow to stand 10-15 minutes before serving


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Garnish with cracked pepper to taste.

This is a perfect substitute for mashed potato.

Serve under casseroles, slow cooker meals or with any meat / chicken or fish dish.

This is a very easy, forgiving and variable dish.

Once you get used to making this, you will feel comfortable making changes & adjustments you suit your liking.

The Stock paste is optional, you can use liquid stock in place of water & paste, or even stock powder. If you  use the full amount of salt in your paste, you may want to use the lower amount.

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  • For the cream I used coconut

    Submitted by Bolly82 on 17. August 2015 - 19:31.

    For the cream I used coconut cream and instead of paremsan i used cheddar. Gave it a generous sprinkling of rosemary and thyme and oooooh my yumminess. I managed to stop eating it out of the thermoserver long enough to bake some off into fries. Thanks for the recipe. Will definitely be making again. Also left out Philly 

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  • Yummo!

    Submitted by KimWillis on 21. June 2015 - 19:28.


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  • Worked very well! I used

    Submitted by digibron on 4. May 2015 - 10:45.

    Worked very well! I used leftover pouring (about 50ml) & sour cream (about 100ml) and made the rest up with milk. Very rich! We only had a small amount with dinner (slow cooked beef brisket) then I chilled the leftovers in a lined tin and baked them as chips the following day (my 6mo particularly liked them!).


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  • I made this tonight and my

    Submitted by kdarmy on 21. February 2015 - 20:29.

    I made this tonight and my husband loved it! I used condensed milk instead of cream.

    This made a very large quantity - I'm hoping to use the leftovers to make polenta fries for tomorrow night's dinner.

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