Monday, May 3, 2010

Meaty Mac and Cheese

Another recipe from Kay over at Kay's Kitchen

I add bacon or ground beef to my mac and cheese para di nakakaumay.

Ingredients:

Kraft Chiz Wiz - Big Bottle (for those in the US, you may use, Campbells Cheese Soup/Sauce in can- 2 cans)
3-4 cups Fresh Milk (approximation)
5 strips of Bacon - small diced OR 1/4 kilo ground beef
diced onion and garlic
1 tbsp flour
2 tbsp butter
Grated Parmesan and cheddar cheese
Elbow Macaroni noodles


Procedure:
1. Boil the macaroni noodles til al dente then set aside.
2. Saute onions and garlic in oil and butter then add your bacon.
(if you chose to use ground beef, brown the beef and set aside, put in a bowl, leave the oil/butter in pan)
3. Add the flour. This will turn into roux, base for your bechamel sauce.
4. Add the milk little by little, stirring until there are no lumps. Add milk until you get the consistency you want (not too thick, not too thin). This is your Bechamel Sauce.
5. Add the Chiz Wiz, whole bottle or 2 cans of Campbells Cheese soup/sauce.
6. Taste first so you will know how much grated cheese and parmesan cheese to add (a lot of these two will make it salty so be careful).
7. Pour the macaroni noodles into the sauce and mix well until all noodles are coated with sauce.

Enjoy! :)

4 comments:

Dutch said...

I love macaroni. Regardless of how it will be cook. I think I will love this recipe especially it has cheese and meat. - Contributor: Pregnancy Miracle Thoughts

Gratefully Gluten Free said...

Ohhh my goodness, this is heaven! Mac and Cheese has always been my comfort food but this is over the top! I used gluten free noodles to make this dish gluten free and it was a hit! Thanks for the recipe :)

Charm said...

This is what my daughter want, pastas and mac and cheese would be the best to give them. A new recipe that could introduce to them. I'll make this for their snack time.

Thanks for sharing.

Charm Stevenson
Turning Winds

andikjaya said...

I'd like to try it on sunday. thanks for sharing roast cooking

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