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Macaroni & Cheese Tutorial

Hi guys! YAY!! Another month has passed and it is already August!! Today in this blogpost, I'll be doing a basic tutorial on how to make macaroni & cheese from KRAFT.

DISCLAIMER
  • I'M NOT A MASTER CHEF THIS IS MY FIRST TIME, seriously my first time making this. So I apologize if I screw up this tutorial & I seldom enter the kitchen despite I love eating. The only thing I'm good at is cooking maggie. I am definitely not an experienced cook
  • Will only post this blogpost after 7PM because it's the fasting month, *being more considerate*
  • This is not the only way to make macaroni and cheese, there are many other recipes/ways out there! You can go and search by yourself.


You will need:

  1. A box of KRAFT Macroni & Cheese, can be purchased from NTUC
  2. Margarine
  3. Salt
  4. Milk & Beaker


STEP 1

Pour about three-quarters full of water in your pot and boil the water in the pot for around 2mins. *don't have to be exactly three-quarters, at your own estimation will do because you will be draining the macaroni afterwards.

STEP 2

Open up the packaging, huhmmmmm! Looks yummy :"D
When the water is boiled, pour the marconi inside the pot to cook.

STEP 3

While cooking the macaroni, prepare 1/4 cup of milk. For me I agar-aga measure. *ps was using a flour/sugar beaker. LIKE THAT THEN LOOK LIKE PRO MAH...
In addition, prepare your margarine as well, About 4 tablespoons of margarine, you can add more depends if you want your mac & cheese to be less or more creamier. I don't know if you can use butter as a replacement but you can try! I heard it is possible!
In my case, I'm using Planta! :D

STEP 4

When your marconi is ready, drain the marconi & make sure they are softened.

STEP 5

Use back the same pot or new pot and you can start adding your sauces and ingredients.
Start a small fire and add in your 1/4 cup of milk.

STEP 6

Add in your 4 tablespoons of margarine.

STEP 7

Open the the packet of cheese sauce/powder.
Add in together with the margarine. * PLEASE REMEMBER TO ADD A PINCH OF SALT !!!
NOT CONCERNED ABOUT THE FAT CONTENT. HAHA

STEP 8

Stir well, make sure the Marconi is all coated with the sauce!

STEP 9
READY TO BE SERVED!

I hope you have enjoyed this mini tutorial! Thanks for reading byeeee!! (:

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