Recipe for Baked Macaroni & Cheese With 3 Cheeses

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Baked macaroni and cheese with three different cheeses mixes rich flavors and wonderful textures into a truly delicious dish. Get a recipe for baked macaroni and cheese with three cheeses with help from an experienced private chef in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Chef Bailey. I'm a private chef with Kitchen.com, and today I'm standing in the kitchen of one of my favorite restaurants, Freda's Caribbean Soul and Cuisine. Today, I'll be cooking a three cheese macaroni and cheese. First we'll start with one pound of elbow macaroni, prepared, boiled and prepared per box instructions and first we want to start with seasoning that macaroni with some salt and this is a really quick and easy recipe as well, some black pepper as well, just season that macaroni, add about two tablespoons of butter, mix that up really well. I like to add honey, about two to three tablespoons of honey, it gives it a nice little sweetness. You want to get that in there as well and just really mix it all in. I'm going to add one beaten egg and then you're going to add your cheeses. The three cheeses I choose to use are muenster, mild cheddar, as well as pepper jack, that pepper jack will just give it an extra little kick. You just want to toss that in there like so. Optional you can add some half and half as well if you'd like a more creamier mac and cheese, and just stir that up like so, really make sure that cheese gets spread around there. Then you just want to add this to a baking tray that's greased like so. You're going to bake this for about 45 minutes on 350 degrees but before you do that you just want to top it with some additional cheese. Once again it's very fast, very quick. You're going to bake that for 45 minutes but I have some here already prepared. This is our three cheese macaroni and cheese.

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