Polenta and ricotta cake with rosemary lemon syrup

Looking for a cake with wow factor? Soaked in deliciously sweet lemon and rosemary syrup and served with whipped ricotta, this polenta cake is sure to impress.

Australian Women's Weekly|Jan 29, 2020

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  • Vegan "shepherdless" pie

    Who needs lamb when you have lentils, mushrooms, a rainbow of other tasty vegetables and a pillowy polenta crust?

    Australian Women's Weekly|Jan 14, 2019

  • Soft polenta with mushroom ragu

    This delicious mushroom ragu recipe uses a mix of mushrooms to create a tender, rich stew served on top of soft, creamy polenta for an earthy, warming vegetarian dish.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Jan 09, 2019

  • 20 savoury and sweet polenta recipes

    Keep hearing about polenta but not sure where to begin? Well you've definitely come to the right place. Incredibly versatile and gluten-free, polenta is just as at home in sweet recipes as it is in savoury, and can be the hero of cakes, salads and even chips. Try any of these incredible polenta recipes tonight for a quick and easy meal that you're guaranteed to love; just save us some, please?

    Now to love|Jun 29, 2016

  • Sausages and capsicum with soft polenta

    Warm up on the cooler nights with this delicious and comforting sausage and capsicum with soft polenta dish - flavoursome and nourishing!

    Australian Women's Weekly|Jul 16, 2015

  • Supergreens salad with polenta croutons

    Lighten up your next barbecue with this deliciously fresh supergreens salad. Served with polenta croutons for a gluten-free alternative, it is healthy, quick to prepare, and oh-so-tasty!

    Australian Women's Weekly|Jun 25, 2015

  • Vegetable stew with polenta dumplings

    Looking for a twist on the classic winter stew? Get creative in the kitchen with this hearty vegetable stew with delicious polenta dumplings.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Jun 03, 2015

  • 24 sweet and savoury gluten free polenta recipes

    Polenta is a naturally gluten-free flour made from corn, and it's an extremely versatile ingredient for many recipes for both savoury and sweet dishes. It's commonly served soft as a base for casseroles and stews, but it can be also be grilled and tossed through salads or eaten in place of bread, cut into crunchy chips or used to make crusts for lasagnes and pies. You can also add it to cakes, tarts, muffins and biscuits for a tummy-friendly dessert or lunchbox snack. Let's get cooking!

    Australian Women's Weekly|Jun 01, 2015

  • Lemon polenta cake with lemon compote

    Introduce an uplifting zing to morning or afternoon tea with a friend, by enjoying this lemony almond and polenta cake. A hint of orange blossom water makes it refreshingly satisfying.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Oct 29, 2014