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|Calories610Calories from Fat300|
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|Calories from Fat300|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Heather Gough 8 months ago
great recipe! super cheesie!!! u could even add more noodles if you wanted. or just enjoy the cheesiness!!!!
ugennear calloway 9 months ago
It was awesome . Very cheesy
Kathy C. a year ago
This is a delicious version of a classic! I needed to make a couple minor changes due to ingredient availability, but can say without hesitation this is a solid recipe. On the side I served sautéed Swiss chard with red onions, sage, and capers. Wonderful, satisfying vegetarian meal on a cold winter night!
Chris Davey a year ago
came oit great. added red onions.
chad roberts a year ago
This recipe is delicious! I had to skip some of the ingredients (wine, ground mustard, and dried basil), but this still turned out fantastic! I used more milk to make up for the lack of liquid and added some extra seasoning. I also don’t have a Dutch oven so I made the pasta in a separate pot and the sauce in a 10” nonstick skillet then combined them in the baking dish. Overall, it was a bit more effort than making store bought mac ‘n cheese but definitely worth it!
Thomas 2 years ago
Just delicious! I used Brailla elbows, which have ridges in the pasta and makes the sauce cling nicely. And so quick! WOW
Roachie 3 years ago
Made this for a dinner party with picky eaters, and I've been asked to make it again! Delicious and relatively easy to make but tastes like you slaved for hours.