Cheesy Rotini

Cheesy Rotini

  • 900g Rotini Pasta
  • 3 Tbsp Salt
  • 4 Tbsp Butter
  • ¼ cup of cooking oil
  • 2 (284ml) Cans of Campbell’s Cheddar Cheese
  • 1.35kg Block of Cheddar Cheese (Use just under half- approx. 0.675kgs)

• When cooking the pasta, add salt, butter, and oil to the water. Bring water to a boil, cook Rotini noodles as directed on package. Stir noodles as needed, so they don’t stick to the bottom, or burn.
• In separate pot, put both cans of Campbell’s Cheddar Cheese in, scrape leftover cheese out of the cans and add them to the pot. Add 1/3 cup of water to the cheese, Stir, breaking the cheese up so it’s easier to melt.
• Grate the (half) block of cheddar cheese on a plate. Start to melt the cheese sauce at medium heat (about 7), keeping a close eye on it so it doesn’t burn. (Stir at least every 30 seconds)
• Gradually add grated cheddar cheese, to the cheese sauce on stove, till there are no lumps. When it is all melted, turn down the heat to low. (About 3) Make sure to keep stirring.
• If your noodles aren’t cooked yet, turn the heat for the cheese down to about a 1, just to keep the cheese warm. Stir occasionally.
• When the pasta is cooked, drain the water, then put the pasta back in the pot, add the cheese mix to the pasta, stir together.
• Add salt and pepper as desired.
• Serve/Enjoy.

MenuDuet’s Notes: In the picture displayed;

-Great when craving cheese, need something easy, or have picky eaters.

-We never actually measure the salt, butter, and oil. We just throw some in the water so it boils faster, and doesn’t stick. (You don’t have to stir much this way) It depends on the size of your cooking pot and how much water you use.

-Don’t be afraid to take out the butter, salt and/or oil, from the recipe; just be careful of noodles sticking and/or burning. (Stir more)

Waves at you with both hands, genuinely excited to see you back.

Greetings once again! I’m so glad you came back; I hope this first recipe is to your liking, as this recipe comes from my partner, and we have perfected it through many delicious tries.

I hate Mac and Cheese, but boy do I love this dish, it is very cheesy and delicious, great as leftovers, for next day, or to take as lunch, also great for picky kids. Super easy to make. Honestly I always have to have the salt and pepper on top, it definitely ties the whole dish together.

 

I took the picture displayed with my camera.

 

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