Looking For a Creamy Mac and Cheese Recipe With Just The Right Amount of Cheesiness?


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Mac and Cheese recipeThere are few things in this world that are as universally loved as mac and cheese. Whether you’re a 5-year-old kid or a 75-year-old grandparent, mac and cheese is the perfect comfort food. It’s quick and easy to make, and it’s always delicious.

If you’re looking for a family dinner recipe that everyone will love, mac and cheese is the way to go. So next time you are feeling tired and don’t want to cook a complicated meal, remember mac and cheese is always there for you. It’s the perfect dish for any occasion.

This Mac and cheese recipe is warm, creamy, and oh-so-cheesy. Made with a perfect blend of chesses (Mornay Sauce) Plus, it’s super easy to make. It is the perfect blend of creamy and cheesy goodness.

The best part? You can make it in no time. So whether you’re looking for a quick and easy weeknight dinner or a comforting weekend meal, this mac and cheese recipe is sure to hit the spot.

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Baked Macaroni & Cheese

4.17 from 184 votes


4 ounces Sweet Butter

    4 ounces Flour

      6 cups scalded Milk, or whatever amount you need to make your sauce fairly liquid

        ¼ teaspoon ground Nutmeg

          4 ounces Triple Cream Brie Cheese (rinds removed)

            4 ounces grated Reggiano Parmesan Cheese

              4 ounces grated Gruyere Cheese

                4 ounces grated Cheddar Cheese

                  1 or 2 ounces White Truffle Oil (if you have some)

                    1½ pounds cooked Elbow Pasta

                      2 tablespoons Sweet Butter

                        Salt & Pepper to taste

                          ½ cup Fresh Bread Crumbs mixed with Reggiano, Sun-dried Tomatoes and chopped Parsley


                            • Makes 12 Servings (Large lasagna pan Appro.10 X15)
                            • Preheat Oven to 375°
                            • In a sauce pan, heat the butter. add the flour and incorporate using a wood or silicon spoon.  Cook for a couple of minutes until light golden brown.
                            • Add the milk, nutmeg and mix very well with a whisk.  Cook at very low heat for approximately 10/15 minutes.  Add the cheeses (This is a mornay sauce).  Make sure all the cheeses have melted and add the truffle oil and add the sauce to the cooked elbow pasta.
                            • Butter the inside of a lasagna pan.  Pour in the macaroni mixture.  Top with the bread crumbs and Reggiano. Bake until it is golden brown about 25 minutes!!!
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