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Polenta Pizza (Gluten-Free)
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This recipe comes to us from Mireille Cote.
Have one of those boxes of polenta at home (the tube stuff doesnt really work for this. If you want to make it more from scratch, feel free!). Make it. While it sits on the stove top, chop up veggies. Red, green, and yellow peppers are fun, while mushrooms and onions tend to be on hand. When the polenta is ready, pour into a Pyrex pan (round, square, heck even non-Pyrex is fine so long as it is flat). Cover with spaghetti sauce and veggies. Bake. Eat.
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