So it is time to finally unveil my weekly feature idea that I have been toying with for the past week. This idea came about last Saturday while enjoying my weekly bowl/box of KD (or Mac and Cheese for you non-Canadians out there) I realized that I can’t be the only student out there that loves this cheesy delight. In fact, I know MANY students that live off this boxed delicacy.
Now, this realization got my idea factory going. While most people like their KD plain-Jane stlye (AKA following the recipe on the box), i like to experiment with this student staple. From this Saturday on, I hope to share with each and everyone of you my attempts at making boxed Mac and Cheese the most delicious it can be. Now I do require your help, if you have any suggestions on ways I can modify Mac and Cheese let me know and I’ll add them to the growing list of ideas.You comment, tweet me, or whip me off an email (glamb36 AT google DOT com) to let me know your best modifications to my favourite boxed dinner.
This week’s is pretty similar to the plain-Jane concept that many students prescribe to. By this, I mean you don’t require any additional ingredients beyond the butter and milk the box calls for. I like to call this version the Helping the Heart Attack KD due to the copious amounts of butter required for this recipe. Despite the health risks associated with this recipe, I think its well worth its potential health costs.
Follow the normal cooking instructions for the KD. When making the sauce add 5 tablespoons of butter and let it melt in the pot with the pasta, add the powdered cheese and finally add 1 tablespoon milk. Stir and enjoy.
Remember to do some form of physical exercise afterwords otherwise you might suffer some kind of permanent damage to your heart.