Macaroni-Cheese Puff

This is for the Zzar World Tour - Floozies - in the French category. Since it's baked in a souffle dish, it might fit this category. I tried it the first time June 23, 1987, and it's from the Better Homes and Gardens Calorie Counters Cookbook. I have yet to remember to time any of my recipes so preparation and cooking times are estimates.

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1hr 30mins
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ingredients

directions

  • In a sauce pan, combine milk, cheese and salt.
  • Stir over low heat until cheese melts.
  • Stir about half the hot mixture into the egg yolks.
  • Return all to sauce pan.
  • Stir in the macaroni, crumbs and onion.
  • In a small mixer bowl, beat egg whites and cream of tartar until stiff peaks form.
  • Fold into macaroni mixture.
  • Bake in an ungreased 1 1/2 quart souffle dish in a 325 degree oven for about 1 hour or until knife inserted off center comes out clean.
  • Serve at once.
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"This is for the Zzar World Tour - Floozies - in the French category. Since it's baked in a souffle dish, it might fit this category. I tried it the first time June 23, 1987, and it's from the Better Homes and Gardens Calorie Counters Cookbook. I have yet to remember to time any of my recipes so preparation and cooking times are estimates."
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  1. Parris Original
    I liked it very much. The others like a more traditional Mac and Cheese Thanks for a good recipe. Kathy M.
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  2. Roxygirl in Colorado
    This had a really good texture, with the good looks or a "souffle." I love how neatly it slices. I will add a extra sharp cheese to boost up the cheese flavor next time. I couldn't tell if I overbaked by a few min. since it has a very "set/formed" texture, but it holds up excellently in the refrigerator. Both my teens ate it without complaint. Thanks Toni, for posting. Roxygirl
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  3. Toni in Colorado
    This is for the Zzar World Tour - Floozies - in the French category. Since it's baked in a souffle dish, it might fit this category. I tried it the first time June 23, 1987, and it's from the Better Homes and Gardens Calorie Counters Cookbook. I have yet to remember to time any of my recipes so preparation and cooking times are estimates.
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