An easy and elegant take on an old favorite, this mac and cheese has subtle notes of artichoke, rich garlic undertones, and a crisp breadcrumb topping.
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I followed the direction as written using elbow macaroni. Quick and easy weeknight dinner with a salad. Lighter than traditional Mac & Cheese and a nice change. Subtle artichoke & garlic flavor. Family approved. Will make again.
I made it per the recipe the first time but found it lacking in flavour. Heated the leftovers with white wine, chicken both and milk. Also added cooked chicken and marinated artichokes. Much better.
Excellent version of traditional mac 'n cheese. I tweaked it by using vegetable fusilli, Provolone & Aged White Cheddar, a small jar of marinated artichokes & added a few drops of hot sauce to the cheese sauce. Fabulous!
Delicious and easy for a quick comfort meal. I have made the Fine Cooking "make your own" macaroni & cheese several ways and my daughters always requests one version with artichokes and ham, but it is definitely a weekend dish. This quick skillet version seemed like a pared down version, good for a busy weeknight. We ate this during the recent polar vortex in the NE and it really hit the spot.
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