For many of us, this is the epitome of comfort food. Classic macaroni and cheese relies on a full-flavored Cheddar. You don’t have to buy expensive aged Cheddar, but do make sure the cheese is sharp. The dish will taste best if you assemble it ahead of baking time so the pasta can soak up the sauce, but sprinkle the crumb topping on just before baking. This recipe calls for a 9 x 13-inch baking dish, but it’s also nice to use individual ramekins.
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A well loved indulgence in our house. I make it as written, no problem. I portion out what's left after the first night and freeze it. Best to reheat in the oven rather than the microwave. Often requested as a birthday night dinner by the kids. A bit too rich for the adults, so we eat smaller portions with lots of fresh tomatoes on top - so yummy.
I'm about to make this delicious recipe again to later in the week. I wonder if I should freeze it before putting it in the oven?
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