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How To Cook Mac And Cheese

Updated on October 11, 2016

In the next 15 minutes, you will learn to cook macaroni and cheese using a box of Kraft mac and cheese. When can this be eaten you may ask. Macaroni and cheese is great for all ages. Kids will love it, its a great choice for a college kid on a budget, and its great for complimenting a family dinner.

Step 1 - Fill a pot with about 5 cups of water. Place the pot on the stow on medium to high heat. Put a pinch of salt in the water, and bring the water to a boil,

Step 2 - Once the water is boiling, pour in the macaroni noodles. Continuously stir the macaroni in the boiling over to prevent any pasta from sticking to the pot, and to allow for even cooking of the macaroni. Cook the macaroni until stock by taste. This usually takes 10 minutes give or take.

Step 3 - Once the macaroni is down cooking, put a strainer in the sink and pour the boiling water and macaroni into the strainer. Once the water has strained off of the macaroni, put it back in the pot. Add about 2-3 squares of cooing butter and mix in well.

Step 4 - Add the cheese powder from the leftover packet and stir the macaroni until coated with the cheese sauce. Next, add some milk. I judge the amount by eye, but around 1/4 to 1/2 cup of milk should suffice. Mix the macaroni and cheese with the mild until the mixture is fully mixed, has a creamy texture and no more cheesy particles are noticeable to the naked eye.

Step 5 - Serve your kids, your family, or yourself and enjoy the mac and cheese as a great addition to your meal.


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      uncagedshadow 6 years ago

      I know... It is a perfect meal when I in a rush and just need a quick bite.

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      Linda Bilyeu 6 years ago from Orlando, FL

      Who would have thought this recipe could be so simple?!? Thanks!:)