The 5 Recipes We're Lusting for Right Now
Cookie ice cream bowls? Mac 'n' cheese waffles? We discover the tasty dishes you can make tonight with kitchen tools you never thought to use.
Top photo: Krups; bottom photo: Lynn Andriani
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Instead of Waffles...
Change the way you eat mac 'n' cheese by putting it in the waffle iron. A waffled square of the cheesy pasta is a thing to behold, as Dan Shumski, who wrote the short-lived blog Waffleizer
, discovered. Through trial and error, he found that the key is breading cold blocks of mac 'n' cheese (like this mixed-cheese version
) in flour, egg and bread crumbs; they hold up well to the machine's heat and weight. Even if yours don't come out perfectly, you'll still get the same glorious result: a gooey inside with a crispy, crusty exterior.