Are you ready for Mac and Cheese with a twist? Well 2 twists actually. Twist #1 is the amazing Carbon steel wok and Twist #2 is the time saving tips and tricks we have to help you make 100% kid approved mac in about 15 minutes.
How To Make Mac and Cheese on a Big Green Egg
Try it on your Big Green Egg tonight!
Yield: Serves 4 people
Prep time: 8 Minutes
Cook time: 8-10 Minutes
Print Recipe for Big Green Egg Mac and Cheese
Measure Ingredient Prep Notes
1 ea Wok, Carbon Steel Big Green Egg
2 tbsp Butter, Unsalted Sliced
1 lb Pasta, Rotini Cooked and chilled
1 ½ cup Cheese Sauce In jar in pasta aisle
½ cup Alfredo Sauce In jar in pasta aisle
½ cup Cheese, Cheddar, Aged Your choice of brand
4 cups Cheesy Puff Sticks Crushed into crumbs
Taste Oink Rub, 5280 Culinary As needed for crusting flavor
Follow all prep instructions in the prep notes
Pre Cook pasta or use pasta ready type products from the grocery store
Wash all tools prior to use
Clean and sanitize all cutting boards and prep surfaces prior to use
Read all manufacturer’s instructions before using grills, starters and any cooking tools
Stir charcoal in the Big Green Egg and Top off with Fresh Charcoal
Clean out ash pit if needed
Open Bottom vent and top vent for maximum air flow during startup process
Make a well in the center of the lump and ignite the charcoal using speedilight starters or an EGGniter
When temp hits 200˚ add the EGGspander system bottom with ring
Heat to temp of 450˚ and adjust lower and upper vents to hold at 450˚
While grill is heating up – prep mac and cheese as instructed above
Burb Big Green Egg and Open dome – CLOSE BOTTOM VENT AND KEEP DOME OPEN WHILE COOKING
Add carbon steel wok and heat at 450˚ for 2 minutes
Add butter to wok and melt
Add pasta to butter and cook for 1 minute to heat pasta
Add both sauces and stir to combine
Cook Pasta and sauce until bubbling and hot
Add the cheesy puff stick crumbs to the top and spread out
Adjust seasoning with Oink if desired
Close dome and cook crust for 2 minutes
Using tongs and heat proof gloves, remove wok from the grill and bring into the kitchen. Allow to rest for 2-3 minutes so cheese can cool and firm up.
Plate in a large bowl
Published on 5/7/2021.
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