The chili sauce and the cheese sauce here are very good, both in their own right. What is different, is the idea to serve it all with pasta.
Don't let the long list of ingredients scare you. It goes together quickly! I used diced tomatoes with green chilies, but other than that I made it as written. Very good. It does make a TON! We will probably get about 10 servings out of this recipe.
This is a great recipe. On Food Network the recipe just says to sprinkle the cheese over the finished product, along with the bacon and scallions, but it omits the chili powder and cumin, which I think adds a lot to the dish. So I combined them and made it easier by not making the cheese sauce and adding the chili powder and cumin. Thank You for posting.
I made this recipe off of the RR website the first time and then found it on here. It is awesome, thanks for posting!
Total comfort food for us. I'm really glad we tried it and so glad you posted the recipe. Thank you!
I was skeptical, but MMM, MMM, MMM! You gotta try it! It's really easy too!
This is not something that I would make again. It was different & interesting, but the flavor was not something that I would ever "crave." My husband gave it 3 stars(good.) I would've given it more of a 2 or 3(fair.) I look forward to using the cheese sauce with nachos tomorrow!
I got this recipe out of Rachel's Express Lane cookbook and its a little different than what is shown here and on Foodnetwork's website. I made it tonight and it was awesome. The Express Lane version excludes the cheese sauce and the beer...
Excellent dish....I also saw RR make this. This is a keeper for sure. We had a small dish of cheese sauce leftover and it was great the next day with nacho chips.
I tried this tonight and my husband and I loved it. Although I did not do the the exact same recipe as I am trying to lower my calorie intake. I just left out the cheese sauce and did as Rachael Ray suggests and just sprinkle cheese ontop.