This recipe was given to me by my Mother who lives on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. I have to throw a party each time I make this, it needs to be shared with others! Serve over rice and garnish with parsley and green onion.
Handed down to me from my mom. This is vaguely Italian. This stuff is meant to be made by the gallons and to feed the entire neighborhood. It sticks to your ribs, and is hearty and warming. You can add red pepper flakes for a bit more kick. I usually add a little more salt and pepper for my own taste. This makes about 18 cups (My best guess. It makes a WHOLE lot) and it freezes well. I make the entire thing and freeze portions in large plastic resealable bags. Sauce for the rest of the month!
If you love mac n' cheese, you gotta try this. Optional: add grated Parmesan cheese when serving.
This is the ultimate in macaroni and cheese - 7 cheeses - that's why it's EXTREME!
A blend of four cheeses, sauteed onions, and sour cream comes together in an incredibly creamy baked macaroni dish.
This version of macaroni and cheese has green onions and tomatoes and uses corkscrew pasta instead of elbow. Try it, you'll like it!
This macaroni & cheese is one of the cheesiest delights you will ever taste! Be the talk of the month when you bring this to your family's function. It will be a smash hit!
A tasty lunch or dinner that's easy to make and even easier to love!
This recipe is great with cheddar cheese alone — it’s a basic recipe that guarantees you won’t alienate any finicky kids or fraternity brothers, should they be on your guest list. But stirring in a couple of tablespoons of Parmigiano Reggiano cheese gives this everyman’s dish a real refinement that will wow your gourmet guests too. If you want to really push it over the top, pour the mixture into a baking dish, sprinkle some more parmesan on top, and bake at 400° for a few minutes until it browns.
This is not an instant meal, but since no canned or "quickie" style meal has ever graced my table, I offer this one. It is done using traditional methods, but is well worth the time spent in preparation. You've never tasted anything like this, unless you've eaten red beans and rice along the Lafouche Bayou, in a town called LaRose, LA, that is. When all is ready, put a large scoop of rice in the bottom of a bowl, cover with red beans, butter some bread and crack your favorite beverage.