I've been thinking the past few days I want to make a good mac and cheese. I've seen a ton of recipes, all about the same, but I wanted something "unique" that would be great.
I find it interesting/odd some recipes call for "Mustard...."
I was thinking about creating a mac/cheese with some ground beef and make it a "Mexican Style" mac and cheese, but not too sure what I want.
One recipe called for onions, which sounded interesting, but I wonder what I could add to the ground beef to flavor that before adding to the mac.... Maybe I shouldn't mix them together?
I'm not too sure what foods would combine well with the mac/cheese, or certain ingredients in it.
I've been learning a lot lately that cooking has a lot to do with combining certain ingredients. Certain ingredients will complement others, and create an overall better dish.
For example I saw something where a person needed to create a French dish, which calls for a very soft meat. The time limit was low since the first batch was ruined, so the person used "Honey" on the meat, which apparently caused a reaction that broke down the proteins int he meat which made the meat more "tender" and soft.
I'm curious about things like this, and curious if anyone has advice for this dish?
Thanks all :)