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Brad Eden
12 hours ago, rudyc said:

Hi Brad,

 

How about a breakdown on your Mac & Cheese recipe?

I've tried a few with only so-so results.

Thanks

 

"It’s a recipe we have perfected"


Here you go:

 

LEX & DAD'S MAC & CHEESE

 

INGREDIENTS
1 pound elbow pasta
2 (12 fluid ounce) cans evaporated milk
1 cup chicken broth
3 tablespoons butter
1/3 cup flour
2 tablespoons Dijon mustard
1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese
Freshly ground black pepper
1 pound grated extra-sharp cheddar cheese (2 blocks)

Panco or any type bread crumbs

DIRECTIONS

Boil pasta, cook until al dente.

Meanwhile, microwave the milk and chicken broth in a cup or bowl until
hot and steamy


Melt butter in the empty pasta pot; whisk in flour. Let that bubble
for a minute. Then add hot milk mixture. Whisk for 5-10 minutes until
it thickens up a bit.

Whisk in mustard, Parmesan and pepper. The sauce should be pretty
thick. If it's not, keep stirring and increase the heat a little bit.

Turn off heat, stir in cheese until melted. (Leave some cheese to
sprinkle on top)

Add drained pasta to sauce, and stir until everything is well
combined. Pour into a big dish.

Top with cheese, then breadcrumbs and small pieces of butter.

Bake at around 400 degrees for 15-20 minutes, it should be bubbly.

Broil just a bit if needed minutes until you have a crispy brown top.

 

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10 hours ago, browndrake said:

Looks to me like Brad is enjoying that air fryer way too much.

 

Maybe!

 

The key is that it’s easy, reasonably fast and has little clean up. Biggest thing is they crisp things up. It’s not for the gourmet or those “chefs” who like to diddle around and prepare food etc., etc. I’m not suggesting that a traditional batch of deep fried wings won’t taste better than the same batch of air fried wings. It likely would. But the ease of prep and ease of cleanup makes up for it to a degree. Plus it’s fun experimenting.

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I recently purchased a samsung gas range with the air fryer setting for the oven.  I was skeptical but now i'm a believer.  Only issue i've had with wings and the like is that the drippings will create a lot of smoke and make your house smell like a wendy's.  I got an oversized baking pan I fill with a little bit of water and it solved the problem.  I just did 30 wings and my family are a fan.  The big thing i've discovered is that you need adequate space around each item to let the air circulate. If you don't do that then your results will be so so. 

 

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