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  1. #1
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    Default BluDawgs Oooey & Gooey Mac & Cheese

    Oooey & Gooey Mac& Cheese

    This recipe takes a little twist in that the Pasta is cooked in the milk, The starches from the pasta thicken the milk making a velvety smooth sauce base.



    1 lb pasta (your favorite shape I like Cavatopi)
    +/-2 quarts whole milk
    1/3 cup sour cream
    1/4 tsp fresh ground nutneg
    Salt & *pepper to taste (*pinch of Cayenne)
    1/2 tsp mustard powder
    2 1/2 cups grated **Colby & Jack cheese
    1/2 cup freshly rated Parmesan cheese

    ** use what ever cheese you like C&J is my norm

    In a deep pot add the pasta and enough milk to cover by 2". Over med /low heat gradually bring to a simmer string occasionally to avoid scorching and stir in the spices
    Simmer until pasta is al' dente and sauce has thickened Remove from the heat stir in the sour cream all the Parmesan and 2 cups of the grated cheese.
    Transfer to a baking pan or a buttered casserole dish.
    Cover the top with the last 1/2 cup and bake at 350 about 20 min until cheese on top has started to get brown and Bubbly.

    This recipe is easily adjusted up or down the important thing is to cover the pasta with the milk by 2"
    Last edited by BluDawg; 04-26-2011 at 06:13 PM.
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    WOW! That sounds Great! I like the boiling in milk technique.
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    What?! You only make one serving at a time?

    Looks and sounds great!

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    Very nice Blu! I like the twist with the milk. I'm sure it adds a certain creaminess to the Mac N Cheese.

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    Gotta try!!
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    very intersting way to make the Bechamel sauce!

    With your permission, I will try this tonight. Also with your permission, I will add a few chunks of aged Swiss cheese right before baking,

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    Don't forget the bacon Bits on top
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    Quote Originally Posted by BluDawg View Post
    Don't forget the bacon Bits on top
    And butter soaked Ritz cracker crumbs?

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    I am gonna try a version of this tomorrow.
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    That looks Great! I would dive in head first!
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