John Legend's Mac and Cheese

John Legend's Mac and Cheese


John Legend's Mac and Cheese
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There are so many macaroni and cheese recipes out there, but this one is definitively the best. John Legend's Mac and Cheese is the perfect Southern comfort food, with its creamy and cheesy consistency. This recipe is adapted from the actual mac and cheese recipe that singer John Legend made with Martha Stewart, and both endorse it as one of the best recipes out there. It's also extremely easy to serve because you can cut it into squares and it holds together. This is the perfect mac and cheese for your next potluck.


Cooking Vessel Size9 x 13 inch Glass Baking Dish

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this recipe looks so cheesy and amazing! and i agree with the comment below, i bet this dish would be incredible with breadcrumbs on top!

I really like this version of macaroni and cheese. It's got a lot of cheese and that's one of the hallmarks (for me) of a good mac cheese. The use of both evaporated milk as well as skim milk is rather interesting, since most recipes I've encountered tend to use just butter and regular milk. I'll need to try this and see what difference in taste it makes. I also like having some breadcrumbs sprinkled on top prior to baking for a little added crunch.

I adore John Legend so on that premise alone, I would make this mac and cheese! I've never heard of putting egg in a mac and cheese recipe and also using evaporated milk wouldn't occur to me either. Can anyone explain to me why you might opt for evaporated milk over regular milk? I'm going to try this recipe out soon as my daughter loves her mac and cheese!


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