Once in a while you need to make a big batch of mac and cheese, and once in a while you've got to make it the best it can be. Presenting 'the ultimate mac and cheese' (modest, I know). But really, I've attempted this dish a few times and this really is my best efforts. Soft and gooey, creamy but crisp, I really hope you give this dish a go. Any alterations you made let me know :) if not, enjoy!
I call this serendipity because it was just a heap of ingredients that were left in the fridge. When made for friends and family, they are usually surprised at how good it tastes. Its really adaptable too; you can use a carbonara sauce instead, cut out the meat and make it a veggie meal, or ive even used cabbage instead of brocolli and it tastes really good! Oh, and you can use rice instead of pasta to make a cheat's risotto.... See what I mean? See what you can do with it! Hope you enjoy it x
Delicious family recipe my mum made and then taught me, so easy to cook and very cheap ideal for families and students,s etc. Perfect winter warmer.
Total comfort food! And great as a side dish to chicken or pork. For the cheese, you can use grated Parmesan or other mature hard cheese, or even a cream cheese.
Our favourite - and simplest - fresh sauce for pasta. They say that necessity is the mother of invention, and we came up with this scrumptious recipe 'specially for tomato season, after we discovered that planting all your tomatoes at the same time results in an awful lot of fresh tomatoes at once! This is a quick and easy way to use up a few, and it keeps brilliantly. Everyone we know is still going to get tomato chutney for Christmas this year, though. . .
A fresh pasta salad incorporating loads of spinach, feta and and black olives.
Homemade pasta is filled with a mixture of mushrooms, spinach, cream cheese, Parmesan and mozzarella, then served with a chive butter sauce. It's the perfect Italian starter or main course.
Delicious and creamy, this dish is prepared with fresh and simple ingredients.
A hearty pasta bake of macaroni, beef mince, chopped tomatoes and tomato juice, grated Cheddar cheese and onions (if you like). Fun to make and enjoy with the kids at half term!
This recipe uses less milk and no thickener whatsoever! Very cheesy, too! You can either serve it from the pot, or top with buttered breadcrumbs and put in a 180 / Gas 4 oven to brown for half an hour, but we like ours fine without.