Gourmet KD: Cream of Fungi

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Intro: Gourmet KD: Cream of Fungi

In this instalment of my Gourmet KD.... Cream of Fungi! The creamiest KD you will ever have.

The goal of this series of ibles it to take a classic comfort food (powerdered macaroni and cheese) and give it a little extra class.

Step 1: What You Need

You will need

Step 2: Make the Noodles

Hopefully by now you are already an expert at boiling water. Just bring a pot of water to a boil, and cook the noodles for 6 minutes. Then, turn off the stove and drain the water.

Step 3: Mix It

Once the water is strained, add the margarine in the pot, and put the noodles back in. Place it on the still warm stovetop, but don't turn it on.

This is where we deviate from the instructions. No milk, here, just open up that can of cream of mushroom, and slop it in there with the powdered cheese, and mix it up.

Step 4: Enjoy

That simple!

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    Lorddrake

    2 years ago

    this sounds like a tasty way to class up a generic box of mac and cheese. I 'll shall have to present it to the review panel of experts (my kids) and see what grade it gets :)

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    MakinThingsLorddrake

    Reply 2 years ago

    Just a fair warning, if they don't like cream of mushroom, don't hold your breath on this one ;). I need to try cream of broccoli!

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    LorddrakeMakinThings

    Reply 2 years ago

    so far I haven't had any complaints about cream of mushroom when I have used it in meatloaf .. although I bet cream of broccoli would be good too.