4 Easy 3-Ingredient Dinners



Here is what you’ll need! Mac & Cheese Servings: 3-4 INGREDIENTS 5 cups milk 1 lb dry elbow macaroni 2 cups shredded cheddar cheese PREPARATION In a large pot, bring the milk to a boil….

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  1. I made the macaroni and cheese, but I had to modify it a lot. I had to let the milk and noodles boil for a LOT longer than 10 minutes. Then I added a tablespoon of butter, some salt and pepper, and a little bit of garlic powder. I kept the pot simmering as I added the cheese, and after it melted, I added more seasoning and some half-and-half to make it creamier. Then I cooked up a couple strips of bacon (cooked green beans with a tablespoon of butter, salt, pepper, and the bacon grease for an easy side!), crumbled it on top of the mac and cheese, and stirred it in. (I also made it with shell noodles because I didn't have elbow noodles, not that that really matters.) But it actually turned out pretty good!!

  2. I tried the Mac and Cheese today and I 10/10 do not reccomend. Boiling the macaroni in milk makes it sweet and gives it a ransid aftertaste. I reccomend boiling the noodles in water, straining them, adding 1 or 2 cups of milk, then adding 1 or 2 cups of cheese, based on preference.

  3. CrystalArcher8855 March 8, 2018 at 12:05 pm - Reply

    You guys can try my recipe
    French fry or potato chips dish
    Ingredients
    Potato
    Salt
    Cheese
    Pepper
    Procedure
    1.cut the potatoes to French fry shape or potato chip shape
    2.get your sliced potatoes and put it in a wok with oil
    3.fry it until the fries start to be golden brown
    4.when potato chips put it in the microwave for 5 minutes or color golden brown
    5.while frying or baking set another pan for the cheese
    6.melt the cheese
    7.after melted put in salt and pepper then mix for 2 minutes at low heat
    8.prepare the bowl to put cheese and another bowl for the French fries or potato chips
    9.put them in the bowls
    10. Enjoy like this comment if you enjoyed it

  4. Tried making the teriyaki chicken and it was terrible. The sause was pretty well burnt by the time it got thick. Was using medium/high heat and it never once looked like the video. Tasted super salty. Maybe I done it wrong but I won't be making it this way again

  5. So I was just cooking for myself so I made a fourth of the recipe. There was a little too much milk. Also, beware because I heated the milk on 6 (my electric stove goes to 9) in a nonstick pot and all of the milk that was on the bottom turned into a brown film and was difficult to get out. I suggest heating the milk on medium low in a ceramic pot like the on in the video. Additionally, I used half Kraft cheese and half Sargento, both sold shredded, and even after microwaving it, both melted terribly. Additionally, once I got past all of this, it just didn't taste good. I think the cheddar didn't go well with it and messed with the flavor because I used extra sharp. Hope this helps!

  6. I was horrible at cooking and I thought it was too hard.
    That’s when you guys came along and made these simple but good recipes!

  7. The mac and cheese had me dead! Such a great recipe! Going o mark it tonight for my family! Btw I am only eleven.

  8. If you are making the mac and cheese watch out when boiling the milk, because when I boiled it it burned onto the bottom of my pot and it's very hard to get off.

  9. Gene Ryan Delara March 8, 2018 at 12:05 pm - Reply

    I made the mac and cheese, stirred the milk, but had some excess milk. After adding the cheese, it ended up mixing with the excess milk giving it a soupy cheese texture instead of the one in the video. The comments who were saying it needed seasoning, they are all right. Tried it directly after, its plain, but after seasoning it with salt and pepper and garlic, it tasted great.
    My only issue is in terms of time, the box is better. Season the box ones and it will taste just as good. I was not too fond of using up 5 cups of milk knowing it could of gone into a week's worth of cereal

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