I would like a good macaroni and cheese recipe.
Emmett from Oakpark, IL
Cook as much macaroni as you think you will need. I used shallow rectangular glass dishes so everyone gets some of the crusty top. In a large bowl pour the drained macaroni. Add to taste; salt, pepper and LOTS of dried onions. Add grated cheese and then toss all with as much Campbell's GOLDEN Mushroom soup as you think is needed but save some for the top- should have a good coating. Put into glass dish and put the rest of soup on top. Cover with more grated cheese and bake in moderate oven.
This is my Grandsons favorite dish and is always requested when they come over for supper. (12/07/2006)
My family loves this one. I found it at Kraft.com and now it's the only one I make. Sure beats the boxed kind!
OLD FASHIONED MACARONI and CHEESE
Boil your noodles, drain and then add little milk and butter and Velveeta Cheese, melt together on low heat.
Sorry don't have a recipe, you can use approx the same as the box mix and then adjust from there for the consistency you like.
i use for my family of 7
Put bacon pasta onion n sauce in dish, then top with old bread ripped up or bread crumbs cheese n a lil paprika
cook for an hour about 150-180 degrees F in oven ,or if all is cooked! 20 minutes max on about 200-220 degrees F or less!
(sometimes I slice up old tomatoes and lay on top before cheese and breadcrumbs)
Bake on 180 degrees F for about an hour, if that! (sometimes i cook my bacon n onion first so i only have to wait for golden crisp on top :) )
We have salad on side if we have any? Otherwise on it's own and there's plenty to feed us all!
I personally eat mine with cayenne pepper on top, mmmmmm, so I only do that on my plate!
enjoy ppls! easy and cheap
oh and is lovely with out bacon, this feeds my 7: hubby, 15 year old, 10 year old, me, and 3 younger who eat seconds of this.
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