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    Pit master Mac and Cheese

    I have made Pitmaster MAC and cheese for 8,18 and 28. Meatheads recipe with some of the variations. MAGNICIENT. My approach ...no cheddar ,1 to 3 table spoons of adobo sauce/ chiles , 1/2 and1/2 three to one with milk , extra onion , garlic , diced green Chile’s , Panko bread crumbs on top with colorful paprika and since I am from NYC I put thin slices of Velvette cheese on top. Into the oven until the velvetta and macaroni show golden brown tips . Best ever Mac and Cheese

    Bravo, thanks fer sharin yer tweaks!
    Sounds right tasty!


      I was raised on Mac and cheese made with Velveeta, so that's what tastes right to me. However, adding a bit of grated Munster takes it to another level.


        Thank you, this is what I've been looking for, great idea for my wife's birthday on Sunday.
        She wants KFC....good grief....I'd rather eat something dead on the roadside.


        • Bighorn Dave
          Bighorn Dave commented
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          Too funny. LOL

        wait...no cheddar...wait...i feel like i have entered the twilight zone. What the rationale? Fair disclaimer...my question is driven by my love of cheddar.


        • Dewesq55
          Dewesq55 commented
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          +3 on the cheddar - the sharper, the better, too!

        • holehogg
          holehogg commented
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          + me on the cheddar

        • RustyHaines
          RustyHaines commented
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          No cheddar?? Being from Wisconsin I believe this is a felony ! But you sure cannot beat Velvetta for queso dip!

        Sounds delicious, minus the onion for me. I love cheddar and couldn’t go completely without, but it can definitely be overdone and come out super greasy.

        I’ve been using this recipe recently : build a roux then add milk & a block of cream cheese, equal parts Gouda & cheddar & half portion of fresh grated Parmesan. Considering cutting the cheddar way back and adding velveta. But that’s my taste, my wife loves the stuff as is.


        • Santamarina
          Santamarina commented
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          This is how I’ve been making cheese sauce for burgers this summer. Been thinking of doing the same thing for Mac n cheese...good to know it’s a successful method!


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