Mac & Cheese Tuesday

I’ve been craving Mac & Cheese for a while now and instead of looking for a place to buy some I decided to explore the kitchen and actually make some. Welcome to my first (documented) cooking session!

I was running low on groceries so I improvised and used leftover Queso de Bola! So this is like a “how to use leftovers” and “no bake” kind of recipe. Two in one! BAM!

Ingredients:

1 200g Elbow Macaroni

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 1 small can Evaporated Milk (or any kind of milk)

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 Quick Melting Cheese (substitute for Cheddar cheese)

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Queso de Bola (substitute for Parmesan cheese)

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Flour

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Black pepper

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Steps:

1. Cook elbow macaroni based on package directions (no picture since I was afraid that my pasta would stick to the pan if I left it to get my camera.)

2. Grate some cheese (Quickmelt and Queso de Bola)

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3. Pour milk in a bowl

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4. Mix 1/2 tablespoon of flour to the milk.

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5. Cook milk and flour mixture in a sauce pan for 2-3 minutes. Add cheeses. (Don’t let this burn!)

P.S. Don’t forget to add a dash of pepper. I actually forgot to do this step. Hehe. But it still tasted good to me. I also added some diced leftover luncheon meat from breakfast.

6. Place cooked macaroni in sauce pan and mix.

Voila! It is done. Bon appétit!

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Original Recipe found here.

Do you wanna try this? Comment below what your thoughts are on this recipe. And don’t hesitate to comment if you have any questions.

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