Solomon Recipes

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Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Dan's famous Five Cheese Macaroni and Cheese

This might as well be called Heart attack mac and cheese because one bite into this
and your heart skips a beat for just a second. It is also a very rich and heavy
decadent dish! Eat with caution and beware your waist line will grow!!

Look at all that bubbly cheese and richness!

1 stick butter
2 pint container,medium size, heavy cream.
1/2 Cup of flour
1 brick of Asiago, shred
1 brick fontina, shred
1 bag of Monterey Jack (2 cups)
1 bag sharp cheddar (4 cups)- divided, save 2 cups for topping
1/2 cup grated parmesan cheese
2 lbs elbow macaroni

- Make rue with butter and flour, add cheese and cream, if mixture gets too gummy just add milk to loosen
cook until it becomes smooth sauce.  You may need to add milk to achieve desired consistency.
Cook elbows aldente (about 6 min) drain and rinse with cold water
mix elbows with sauce, spray casserole dish or dutch oven with cooking spray before putting in mixture, top with leftover cheddar and bake 30 min at 350

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