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Very simple to make and quite good. I like having the power to alter the cheesiness of the sauce and choose which type of cheeses I want to include. I've only make with sharp cheddar so far and did use more cheese than called for to obtain the cheddar-y taste I was after. Served on top of cauliflower. So much better than cheese whiz. :) Thanks!

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Simply Sarah November 25, 2008

This was very good. I seemed to have not made it thick enough but was still good over broccoli. I did add texas pete hot sauce since there are not to many things I do not. Thanks for posting.

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thomasjj93 s August 11, 2006

Nice cheese sauce. I used 2% milk, at least the full amount of sharp cheddar, and included the optional Colman's mustard powder. I used a wire whisk and didn't have any problems with lumps. Thanks for posting!

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GaylaJ July 03, 2006

This is a great recipe that makes an ordinary item extrodinary. I'm with Kate the more cheese the better and used the 6 oz...but will surely try using more next time. Thank You for sharing this recipe Kate

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Chabear01 March 28, 2006

This classic sauce is great: easy to make and wonderful on every kind of veggie or on pasta. You can easily grate cheese in your food processor with either the cutting blade or the grater-disk.

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HouseDragon March 23, 2006
Coating Cheese Sauce