Polenta is the Italian word for cornmeal. In Italian cuisine, often served soft polenta as a garnish, tomato sauce, vegetables and sausages.
In agriculture, the Amish cooking is usually poured into loaf pans or spray formed into logs and solidify, after which slices, fried it in hot oil and served as a breakfast dish with maple syrup.
One of my favorite hors d 'oeuvres party is polenta pizza purchased pulp. Slice the polenta into circles, place in baking circles and brush with olive oil. Bake in oven at 350 degrees until sauce is hot and dry. Remove from oven and garnish with your favorite pizza fixings like tomatoes,
peppers and cheese. Return to oven and cook until the skin warm and cheese is melted. Through bought polenta, this place is fast and easy to put together and is always a great success.