THIS RECIPE belonged to my husband’s great aunt and we think she clipped it from a newspaper. The unusual casserole quickly became a family favorite, often requested at reunions, birthday or holiday dinners. Even though the recipe was shared with many, nobody could quite duplicate Aunt Hazel’s most popular dish.
Originally published as Grits Casserole in
January 2008, p52
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Reviewed on Jan. 23, 2009 by kemertz
I have never heard a receipe call for " 2 tblsp beaten egg". Then in the directions it is called egg substitute. Please clairify for me, I would like to make this. Thank you ,
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