By PA Cindy on August 24, 2009
Photo by SharonChen
Photo by SharonChen
"I just got a Wolfgang Puck rice cooker from HSN and it came with a recipe book. I was surprised by the things that can be made besides rice. This is easier than opening a box of Kraft mac and cheese and sooooooooo much better too."
Serving Size: 1 (311 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 2
"This was very good and easy to boot! The only problem that I had was that I had to add extra liquid while the macaroni was cooking....I suspect that my inexpensive rice cooker runs hot, though, so others may not have that problem. I also used 2% evaporated milk instead of the heavy cream, just because we try to make an effort to watch our fat intake and the cheese made it rich enough! A good, convenient recipe that was fun to try! Thanks, PA Cindy!"
"I didn't have everything thing recipe called for and what I had I didn't have enough of. I used equal parts water, cheese, and pasta, then a half part of milk, and salt, pepper, and tabasco sauce for flavor. It was awesome and I only had one thing to clean when it was over. Plus I love making a personal size so there are no leftovers."
"Made this for the PARTY event. I used 2 tsp Chicken Base mixed with 1 1/2 cup of hot water instead of the broth, and because of this did NOT add any salt. Since I have been on a hunt for a really good Mac and Cheese my DGS would flip over, I have determined this is the easiest and BEST Mac and Cheese I have made. Thank You for posting this recipe."
"Did exactly what this recipe stated. The result was wonderful!! Easy and cheesy! Definitely a keeper!"
"Best mac and cheese my family ever ate~so easy also ~I didn't have cream i used low fat milk ,,still wonderful!!"
"very easy & most of all very delicious ! thanks for sharing !! this will definitely be the way I cook macncheese from now on"
"My husband and I make this all the time. Our rice cooker is our most frequently used kitchen appliance and mac & cheese is his favorite food, so it works out well."