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Baked Mamaliga Recipe

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Baked Mamaliga Recipe
Cooking time
00:30[hh:mm]
 
Prep Time
00:05[hh:mm]
 
Serving Size
8
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Baked Mamaliga Recipe Ingredients
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Quantity Measurement Ingredients M | N M
1

polenta

2 measuring cup

grated parmesan cheese or 2 cups romano cheese or 2 cups feta

2 tablespoon

smart balance light butter spread

1 polenta
2 measuring cup grated parmesan cheese or 2 cups romano cheese or 2 cups feta
2 tablespoon smart balance light butter spread
Baked Mamaliga Recipe Method

Cut cold mamaliga into strips 1/2 to 1 inch thick.

In a casserole or gratin dish, layer the ingredients, starting with the mamaliga and ending with a layer of cheese and butter.

Bake for 30minutes in a 375degF preheated oven, until the cheese melts and the mamaliga is very hot throughout. Serve immediately.

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