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Macaroni Pie from Trinidad

Macaroni Pie from Trinidad created by Olive

From The Multi-Cultural Cuisine of Trinidad & Tobago and the Caribbean, Naparima Girls' High School Cookbook which I borrowed. The recipe doesn't say what kind of cheese so you choose your favorite. For a variation, you can add grated onions or carrots, chopped herbs and tomato.

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  • Boil macaroni in salted water until tender and drain.
  • Beat eggs until fluffy.
  • Combine macaroni, eggs, cheese, milk, salt and pepper.
  • Pour into a greased baking dish and bake at 350 degrees F. until firm, about 30 minutes.
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"From The Multi-Cultural Cuisine of Trinidad & Tobago and the Caribbean, Naparima Girls' High School Cookbook which I borrowed. The recipe doesn't say what kind of cheese so you choose your favorite. For a variation, you can add grated onions or carrots, chopped herbs and tomato."
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  1. taylor p.
    I also add a small West Indian onion, grated, New Zealand anchor cheese which is not too oily and 1 1/2 tsp of mustard powder. If your cheese is mild, the mustard powder kicks it up several notches.
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  2. Olive
    Macaroni Pie from Trinidad Created by Olive
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  3. Olive
    Macaroni Pie from Trinidad Created by Olive
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  4. Olive
    This was super easy to make and delicious too! This is a nice change from the traditional mac n cheese. We liked this with some fresh black cracked pepper. Thanks for posting this recipe, Oolala!
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  5. Oolala
    From The Multi-Cultural Cuisine of Trinidad & Tobago and the Caribbean, Naparima Girls' High School Cookbook which I borrowed. The recipe doesn't say what kind of cheese so you choose your favorite. For a variation, you can add grated onions or carrots, chopped herbs and tomato.
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