Here is what you'll need!
Mac & Cheese
5 cups milk
1 lb dry elbow macaroni
2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
In a large pot, bring the milk to a boil.
Add the pasta and stir constantly until the pasta is cooked, about 10 minutes.
Turn off the heat, then add the cheddar.
Stir until the cheese is melted and the pasta is evenly coated.
3 4-ounce salmon fillets
½ cup sweet chili sauce
¼ cup chopped scallions
Preheat oven to 400°F/200˚C.
In a bowl, mix together the salmon, chili sauce, and the scallions.
Place the fillets on a baking tray lined with parchment paper. Spoon any leftover sauce on top of the salmon.
Bake for 12-15 minutes, until the salmon is cooked but still tender.
Cajun BBQ Ribs
1/2 rack baby back ribs
3 tablespoons Cajun seasoning
1 cup BBQ sauce
Preheat oven to 250°F/120°C.
Rub the Cajun seasoning evenly over the top and bottom of the ribs.
Bake for 2 hours, until ribs are tender.
Increase oven temperature to 500°F/260°C.
Brush the BBQ sauce evenly over the top and the sides.
Bake for an additional 15 minutes, until the sauce is bubbly and caramelized.
Serve with the extra BBQ sauce!
2 pounds chicken thighs, sliced into chunks
1 cup soy sauce
½ cup brown sugar
Sear the chicken thighs evenly in a pan, then flip.
Add the soy sauce and brown sugar, stirring and bringing to a boil.
Stir until the sauce has reduced and evenly glazes the chicken.
Serve with rice, if desired!
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I see a lot of comments saying their mac n cheese tasted awful and that the noodles were half cooked.
Well mine was fine, but I’d suggest to not entirely follow the recipe and to make some alterations here and there.
What I did was add more milk when it evaporated too quickly and also water to help the milk retain itself while I waited for the noodles to cook to el dente.
But I have to say it was longer than the usual time to make mac n cheese but eh, still good
I tried the teriyaki chicken one but I added sliced onion pieces and just eyeballed the soy sauce and sugar, i didn't use that much sugar for sure but it was pretty good to me, some comments are saying its bad but maybe its just me being hungry at 2 am with nothing better to do but it tasted good in my opinion, also tried the mac and cheese another night and the minute its off of heat the cheese dries...
I made the macaroni and cheese, but I had to modify it a lot. I had to let the milk and noodles boil for a LOT longer than 10 minutes. Then I added a tablespoon of butter, some salt and pepper, and a little bit of garlic powder. I kept the pot simmering as I added the cheese, and after it melted, I added more seasoning and some half-and-half to make it creamier. Then I cooked up a couple strips of bacon (cooked green beans with a tablespoon of butter, salt, pepper, and the bacon grease for an easy side!), crumbled it on top of the mac and cheese, and stirred it in. (I also made it with shell noodles because I didn't have elbow noodles, not that that really matters.) But it actually turned out pretty good!!
I tried the Mac and Cheese today and I 10/10 do not reccomend. Boiling the macaroni in milk makes it sweet and gives it a ransid aftertaste. I reccomend boiling the noodles in water, straining them, adding 1 or 2 cups of milk, then adding 1 or 2 cups of cheese, based on preference.
You guys can try my recipe
French fry or potato chips dish
1.cut the potatoes to French fry shape or potato chip shape
2.get your sliced potatoes and put it in a wok with oil
3.fry it until the fries start to be golden brown
4.when potato chips put it in the microwave for 5 minutes or color golden brown
5.while frying or baking set another pan for the cheese
6.melt the cheese
7.after melted put in salt and pepper then mix for 2 minutes at low heat
8.prepare the bowl to put cheese and another bowl for the French fries or potato chips
9.put them in the bowls
10. Enjoy like this comment if you enjoyed it
Tried making the teriyaki chicken and it was terrible. The sause was pretty well burnt by the time it got thick. Was using medium/high heat and it never once looked like the video. Tasted super salty. Maybe I done it wrong but I won't be making it this way again
So I was just cooking for myself so I made a fourth of the recipe. There was a little too much milk. Also, beware because I heated the milk on 6 (my electric stove goes to 9) in a nonstick pot and all of the milk that was on the bottom turned into a brown film and was difficult to get out. I suggest heating the milk on medium low in a ceramic pot like the on in the video. Additionally, I used half Kraft cheese and half Sargento, both sold shredded, and even after microwaving it, both melted terribly. Additionally, once I got past all of this, it just didn't taste good. I think the cheddar didn't go well with it and messed with the flavor because I used extra sharp. Hope this helps!
I made the mac and cheese, stirred the milk, but had some excess milk. After adding the cheese, it ended up mixing with the excess milk giving it a soupy cheese texture instead of the one in the video. The comments who were saying it needed seasoning, they are all right. Tried it directly after, its plain, but after seasoning it with salt and pepper and garlic, it tasted great.
My only issue is in terms of time, the box is better. Season the box ones and it will taste just as good. I was not too fond of using up 5 cups of milk knowing it could of gone into a week's worth of cereal
Made the teriyaki chicken it took me an hour in total. It was good but I had to tweak it. The brown sugar ended up making it kinda bitter with how long it cooked. Next time I'll wait a little longer to put in the brown sugar (I did it exactly like the video). Added some onion powder (tablespoon), garlic powder (tablespoon), a tablespoon of water (to help things mix) and at least 1/3 a cup of real honey. It fixed the bitterness, unfortunately it has an aftertaste of a bitterness.
Hope this helps anyone wanting to make this.
I just made the teriyaki chicken make sure not to touch the sauce while it's boiling or it will remain liquidy...once I left it alone for about 7 minutes it turned saucy and also I think it would come out more moist if i would have first made the sauce and then added the chicken lightly cooked...
It should kind of go without saying, but you can add YOUR OWN seasonings! That's right, boys and girls! You don't have to follow the recipe to the exact letter. I know you're used to having the teacher tell you every single thing you should do, but if you put on your big boy pants, put down your juice box, and think for a second or two, you would discover ALL KINDS of things you can do in the grown-up world *without being told to do it.* Oh, just think of the things you'll discover! The places you'll go! The garlic salt you can add to a bland meal! That's right. Open your spice cabinet and give it a try. Don't worry. The kitchen police won't come after you.
Simple Mac n cheese recipe:
Go to your local grocery store and pick out the most beautiful 4 pack of mac n cheese
Don't bother to pay if you're broke
Avoid the cops,go home,and lock your door
Now,heat up water using that cool electric kettle cause you're too lazy to do it any other way,don't let it heat that extra minute #rebel
Carefully take off the seal,making sure there are no rips
Pour in your hot water
Add a cheese packet,without half of it going out of the cup
Add more cheese cause cheese is bomb
Pour onto a plate if you want
You made mac n cheese the easier way😋
People need to understand that these recipes are like blank coloring pages. The minimal line art is there for you to color in yourself. The line art is there so you have something easy to color in. So you can add your own spices and etc... Tasty is just giving you the basics of a recipe.
I see a lot of people saying the food would be bland..did you bother to actually make it and taste or...it's just a bunch of assumptions ? Everyone has there own taste. Some people can't eat hotsause cause it's to spicy but some can cause it doesn't bother them to that degree ..