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Mac and Cheese with Veggies

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On another web site, JavaJoe posted this variation on Steven Raichle's recipe.  I copied it for my use.  The photographs are also JavaJoe's.

 

This is our favorite mac and cheese recipe.

 

Ingredients

2 Red bell peppers

2 Poblano peppers

4 jalapeno peppers

1 Large red onion

2 Cups corn (one ear or more)

1 Tablespoon crushed garlic

4 Pats butter

3 Cups half and half

2 Cups (uncooked) elbow macaroni

3 Cups Kraft Velveeta cheese

Breadcrumbs

 

Instructions

1.    Cook the macaroni per the manufactures instructions (7 or 8 minutes)

 

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2.    Lightly oil the vegetables and flash sear them

3.    Remove seeds and veins from the peppers

4.    Dice the seared vegetables

 

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5.    Mix vegetables, garlic, 2 pats of butter, half and half, cooked macaroni and cheese in a large oiled cast iron skillet on the stove

 

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6.    Simmer until smooth

 

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7.    Sprinkle breadcrumbs until the top is covered to make a crust

8.    Drizzle with 2 pats of melted butter

9.    Cook in cast iron skillet at 450°F for 45 to 60 minutes (or your preferred temperature and time)

 

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Done.

 

You can improve on this recipe by replacing the Velveeta with your own smoked gouda cheese sauce.  Search on the thread title Melting Salts for Melting Hard Cheese for instructions.

 

 

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