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Macaroni cheese from Cook with Jamie: My Guide to Making You a Better Cook by Jamie Oliver

  • Fontina cheese
  • mozzarella cheese
  • Parmesan cheese
  • marjoram
  • mascarpone cheese
  • nutmeg
  • macaroni pasta

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  • mickeypeach on September 20, 2017

    I fry a couple of chicken breasts and some nice bacon, I tear the chicken and mix it with the bacon and put it at the bottom of the oven dish and pour the pasta on top. Awesome.

  • Delys77 on February 04, 2016

    Good but I honestly prefer a proper sauce mornay

  • Melanie on April 02, 2015

    I really liked this macaroni cheese recipe - good cheese flavour without the usual gloopy roux. I substituted bocconcini for mozzarella, cheddar for fontina, used about a cup of the pasta water and added panko crumbs to the top.

  • Rutabaga on December 15, 2014

    This is a really lovely, easy alternative to the typical American style cheddar based macaroni and cheese. Even though there's little to dilute the pure cheesiness of the sauce, it's not as rich as some versions, and the addition of oregano and nutmeg add a subtle sophistication. I forgot to set aside some pasta water, so added a little milk instead. It's a good dish for all ages.

  • Cheri on January 29, 2011

    This is quick to put together, added ham, substituted diced chives and basil for the oregeno (what I had). Yummy.

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