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Revolutionary Mac & Cheese

Revolutionary Mac & Cheese
I found this recipe long ago and can’t believe I’m just now making it. The neat thing about this recipe, is you simmer the noodles in the milk instead of using water then adding it at the end. It’s cheesy and the mustard gives it a nice depth of flavor. It still doesn’t top the blue box for me (I know, I know but I just can’t help that I love it so much) but it is a great homemade alternative. I also made it a bit lighter by using skim milk, reduced fat cheese, and whole wheat pasta. Feel free to go that route or use full fat ingredients for a super indulgent and decadent meal or side dish. Revolutionary Mac & CheeseSource: Cate’s World Kitchen adapted from White on Rice Ingredients: 2 cups dried pasta 2 1/2 cups skim milk** 1 cup loosely packed cheddar cheese, shredded by hand 1 tsp salt 1/4 tsp dijon mustard, can omit and substitute nutmeg instead (for either, start with a little and add more to taste) 1/4 tsp. cayenne pepper (optional) Directions:

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