Four-Cheese Truffled Macaroni and Cheese Recipe
Elevate your macaroni and cheese to a new level of decadence with this recipe that calls for four types of cheese and truffle-infused oil.
Very nice, creamy texture! I've made this about 5 times now and have realized that putting twice the recommended amount of truffle oil and adding some finely chopped mushrooms before baking makes this dish extra tasty!
The recipe was ok.. There was a huge amount of cheese versus pasta, so you definitely have to make the breadcrumb topping. I felt the cheese sauce was a little bland & even though I heavily salted my pasta, it didn't help the recipe very much. I had a very good white truffle oil and it didn't really elevate the flavor as I had hoped. I would add a bit more for that lovely truffle flavor.
I only had one type of cheese (cheddar) but still made this because I had truffle parm with black garlic that I mixed in with my home made breadcrumbs for the top. Very tasty but would add more salt as it was a little bland in that area. Kids and grandparents all loved it. would use less flour next time I make it.
Great recipe! I added pepper in with the sauce and since I couldn't find truffle oil I used extra virgin olive oil. Not sure if that's a normal substitute, but it tasted great to us!
I truly can't imagine a more disgusting version of mac n cheese. The smoked gouda totally pervades and ruins the entire thing. I made a double batch for a party, and after having my entire family taste test it, I am throwing the whole thing in the garbage. Gross.
I have been making this recipe for thanksgiving and Christmas for about 3 years now and every year my family makes sure to ask me if I will be making it because they all love it so much, especially the little ones. It has become a staple at our holiday table.
Chef John's easy-to-make, old-school macaroni and cheese has a perfectly crispy crust and a gooey center.