The Food Brie Cooked and Baked

A record of every food cooked or baked in my kitchen in 2010

25. macaroni & cheese

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Recipe source: North Baltimore Community Cookbook, published by the NB Business Women’s Club

One of BP’s favorite dishes is his aunt Betty’s baked macaroni and cheese. I still haven’t been able to attain aunt Betty’s level of perfection, but this recipe comes close, and since I had Velveeta leftover from the cheese souffle pudding, I thought I’d make this for him.

BP is a connoisseur of macaroni and cheese, and since I don’t generally eat it, I believe him when he says it tastes good. The best part of this recipe: it’s all in one dish. There is no need to boil the noodles first. Love that!

macaroni & cheese

Macaroni &  Cheese

3 tbsp. butter

2 1/2 c. uncooked macaroni

1 tsp. salt

1/2 lb. Velveeta

1 quart (4 c.) milk

1/4-1/2 lb. Cheddar cheese (optional)

Melt butter in baking dish. Pour macaroni into melted butter. Stir until coated.

Slice cheese into quarters. Add salt, cheese and cold milk.

Bake at 325, uncovered, for 1 1/2 hours. Do not stir while baking.

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Written by louise914

February 18, 2010 at 8:09 pm

Posted in cheese, macaroni, pasta

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  1. […] served the chicken with steamed broccoli and leftover baked macaroni and cheese (for the boys), which made for a very nice Sunday lunch! chipotle-marmalade […]

  2. […] loves macaroni and cheese (as I’ve mentioned previously) and so he was thrilled to try this new cheesy dish. Since I didn’t taste it, I”ll have […]


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