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Shrimp and Grits: A LOWCOUNTRY RECIPE

September 5, 2012

Okay ladies.  So my husband is the gifter of these directions but unfortunately it's his gig so I can't really help you out if you don't follow.  The good news is, you really can't mess it up!
Ingredients:
Large Shrimp
Andouille Sausage
Red Pepper
Vidalia Onion
Garlic
Fresh Parsley
Yellow Grits
Chicken Stock
Cream Cheese
Directions:
Sweat onions, and peppers. Sear sausage and de-glaze the pan. Add garlic, chicken stock and allow to simmer. Finish sauce with heavy cream, salt, pepper and parsley. 

Cook grits according to package, substitute chicken stock for water. Stir softened cream cheese into grits and serve. 

Spoon shrimp gravy over grits and garnish with fresh grated Parmesan. 

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14 comments:

  1. I love me some Shrimp and Grits. We make a really similar one. Love the idea of adding cream cheese and love that Matthew is such a gormeut cook!

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  2. Can we please point out that you must, absolutely must, use real stone-ground grits? Can we acknowledge that the Quaker sawdust packets are not "real" grits?! I feel like everyone that tells me they hate grits has only tried the Quaker yucky stuff!

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  3. What is better than grits!??! NOTHING! This looks delish! xoxo

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  4. This looks so yummy! I wish my bf was more adventurous with his food, but alas I'm stuck with a picky eater.

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  5. Nothing like a good bowl of shrimp and grits ... the recipe rocks and we try to have it at least once a year. But it never tastes as good as when we have it in Charleston!! xo

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  6. You posted this recipe at the perfect time! My southern husband asked if I would make shrimp and grits. Being a northerner, I barely even know what grits are (except that the hubs and kids like them for breakfast with sugar). I can't wait to try this recipe.

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  7. This looks amazing! I love shrimp, and I love grits, but never ever would have thought of combining them. I have to try this!!

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  8. Yum! I love shrimp and grits, but hardly ever get it unless I'm down south in SC or TN visiting. I love how your hubby is a great cook!!!

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  9. Yum! This looks divine! One of my all-time favorite foods, thanks for sharing the recipe, I'm adding this to my recipe box.

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  10. Definitely a favorite dish of mine too. I really like the addition of sausage! (We usually do bacon) We're headed down to the Gulf next week for vacation and shrimp and grits is always one of our beach meals.

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  11. One of my favorite dishes!! yum. I always get shrimp and grits at Sunday brunch.

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  12. Looks delish and thanks for sharing, I'm from the UK so I'm just about to Google 'grits' as I've never heard of them. Love to try something new! :-) x

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  13. is it me or is everyone disregarding thef act their are no measure ments in tbis recipe thanks for sharing but i cant afford to cook it by taste

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  14. is it me or is everyone disregarding thef act their are no measure ments in tbis recipe thanks for sharing but i cant afford to cook it by taste

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