Bring Low Country Cooking to Your Kitchen
The Tiny House Southern Seasoned Grits are perfectly pre-seasoned, incredibly simple to prepare, and ready to be the star of your next home-cooked meal. Low Country Spice Grits are packed with rich, bold, Cajun-inspired flavor, and are ready & waiting to accompany your spicy seafood and sausages!
TEXTURE AND FLAVOR PROFILE
Coarsely ground for a smooth, rich and creamy consistency. Delightful & delicious full-flavored southern style grits with a touch of corn sweetness. These heavenly grits will give any dish that Southern kick.
Grits are handmade with high quality, gluten free, non-allergenic ingredients, and can be prepared in as little as 20 minutes. Making grits (really good grits) has never been easier.
Perfect for breakfast, lunch, brunch or dinner and can be enjoyed as hot cereal, Italian polenta, or used for your favorite buttery shrimp and grits recipe. If you have leftover grits, they are great as fritters next day. There is no such thing as too many grits.
Made in small batches and packaged with love, this southern comfort food is inspired by a deep passion to bring home Southern cooking to your kitchen.
- 12 oz. fresh-sealed package
- All natural ingredients
- No added preservatives, No artificial fillers
- Gluten Free, Vegan
- Prepared in allergen free facilities
- Handcrafted in small batches
- By The Tiny House / Made in the USA
In a medium sauce pan, boil one cup water. Add 1/4 cup grits and reduce heat to low. Simmer, stirring frequently until creamy and tender, about 20 minutes. For a creamier texture, add additional water. Serve immediately.
Ingredients: white corn grits, hickory smoked sea salt, paprika, black pepper, spices, garlic, onion
~ Available for Local Next Day Delivery | Not eligible for return once opened
"The Low Country" can mean different things to different people, but technically it refers to a geographic region spanning from Georgia’s Savannah River all the way up north to the Pawleys Island area in South Carolina. It is approximately an 80 mile stretch of low-elevation land, and is known for features like salt marshes, moss-draped oaks, and old plantation homes... and of course, its cuisine.
Because the Low Country lies on a coastal region, it is no surprise its cooking uses lots of seafood such as shrimp, oysters, clams, crabs, lobster, fish, etc. the coastal region of Georgia and South Carolina is also known for agricultural goods such as vegetables, fruits, rice, and corn -- the perfect setting for local favorites such as grits, and some serious spice!
A few Pro-Tips: For creamier results, use milk instead of water. For thinner grits, use a bit more water. For thicker, creamier grits, cook longer.