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Smoky Hills Stovetop Mac’n Cheese

Recipe By Stephanie Bullen, Savory Franchising Team employee

Yields

6 servings

Prep Time

5 Minutes

Cooking Time

10 Minutes

Recipe By Stephanie Bullen, Savory Franchising Team employee

This classic with a smoky kick is super fast and simple to make. It's sure to be a hit with the whole family whether you serve it on it's own for an easy lunch or as a side - it's also a great addition to a BBQ feast.

Recipe Notes

*You can make your own evaporated milk by heating 16 oz. of 2% milk over low heat. Do not boil, but simmer slowly until it reduces down to about a 1/3 of its original amount.

Ingredients

8 oz. elbow pasta



2 tsp. all-purpose flour


1-12 oz. can evaporated milk*



1 slice creamy cheese (American or Babybel)

2 Tbsp. butter

Savory Spice ingredients in this recipe

  • Smoked Spanish Sweet Paprika

    Our Smoked Sweet Paprika takes sweet, Spanish red peppers & dries them over an oak fire to give them their delicious smoky flavor. Add a good p...

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  • Regular Yellow Mustard Powder

    Our regular mustard powder is medium heat, and is ideal in BBQ sauce recipes or when seasoning any meats or vegetables.

  • Ground Nutmeg

    Nutmeg, native to the Banda Islands of Indonesia commonly referred to as the Spice Islands, is the seed of a fruit produced by an evergreen tree. T...

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  • Smoky Hills Cheese Powder

    If you‘re into smoky flavor and would like to take it to more places than just the grill, give this cheesy blend a try. It's our only cheese blend ...

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  • Four Cheese Tableside Sprinkle

    This sprinkle delivers balanced cheese flavor that is easy to use and always at the ready. Cheese powders are made of natural cheeses that have bee...

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Directions

Cook pasta according to package directions. In a heat proof bowl, combine paprika, mustard powder, flour and nutmeg. Set aside. In a saucepan over medium-low heat, warm evaporated milk. Once warm, slowly whisk milk into dry mixture to prevent lumps. Transfer back into saucepan, continuing to heat. Slowly incorporate cheese powders into the saucepan, whisking to prevent lumps. Add chopped cheese and butter and stir until melted. Drain pasta and thoroughly mix into cheese mixture. Heat through and serve immediately.