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Sausage Grits Casserole - Southern Living

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"I found this recipe online long after I had been making this for years based on an old church cookbook. We change the garnish from pimento and parsley to dill weed sprinkled on before or after baking. The dill is pretty light, so you can't really use too much. I make this for almost every potluck type gathering and it is usually the first thing to go. You can make it the night before and then stick it in the oven the next morning as the oven pre-heats."

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Ingredients

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3 tb Butter or margarine
strips Pimento; (optional)
3 Eggs; beaten
Parsley; (optional)
2 1/2 c cheddar cheese; (10 oz.)
1 1/2 c milk
3 c grits; Hot cooked
1 lb Pork sausage

Original recipe makes 1

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Preparation

Cook the sausage until brown in a heavy skillet; drain well. Spoon sausage into a lightly greased 13 x 9 x 2 inch baking dish. Combine hot grits, cheese and butter. Stir until cheese and butter melt. Combine eggs and milk; stir into grits. Pour over sausage. Bake at 350 degrees for one hour. Garnish with pimento strips and parsley. Can be refrigerated overnight and baked the next day. Serves 15. Posted to MC-Recipe Digest V1 #985 by "M. Hicks" on Jan 5, 1998

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I found this recipe online long after I had been making this for years based on an old church cookbook. We change the garnish from pimento and parsley to dill weed sprinkled on before or after baking. The dill is pretty light, so you can't really use too much. I make this for almost every potluck type gathering and it is usually the first thing to go. You can make it the night before and then stick it in the oven the next morning as the oven pre-heats.
aharbaugh 4 years ago
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