BARBADOS – Macaroni Pie

As a thank you to the Brazilians who happen to stumble upon this page, I will make a copy of this in Portuguese! If you want to see this in Portuguese, go to the bottom.
Como um obrigado aos brasileiros que venham a tropeçar em cima desta página, vou fazer uma cópia deste em Português! Se você quer ver este em Português, ir para o fundo.

Yes, I am making another blog post, on the same weekend! This Macaroni Pie has the perfect amount of onion and incredibly cheesy, kind of like my jokes, so let’s get started!

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You will need,

1/2 pound of penne (Without the ridges,)

4 cups of grated cheddar cheese, (For my mom’s sake, we put less, but try it out!)

1 cup of evaporated milk,

1/3 cup of ketchup (Perfect addition,)

1 tbsp of yellow mustard,

1 small onion (Okay, now I’m drooling,)

and 1 beaten egg.

First, cook the macaroni in a pot. I’m sure I don’t have to explain how to do it, just do it well. I am speaking like this to help the translator work (Google Translate). Anyways, preheat the oven to 350 degrees, drain the Macaroni, and put them back in the saucepan. Add the onion, cheese, milk, ketchup, mustard and egg.

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Now put it on a greased dish that looks like the one at the top and add some more cheese and breadcrumbs if you want. But you don’t need to. By then we were out of cheese so we couldn’t. I recommend doing it though.IMG_0353

Finally, cook it in the oven for 30-40 minutes and serve!

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RECIPE

  • 1/2 pound tubed macaroni
  • 4 cups grated cheddar cheese
  • 1 cup evaporated milk
  • 1/3 cup ketchup
  • 1 tbsp. yellow mustard
  • 1 small onion, grated
  • 1 egg, beaten

Bring salted water to a boil in medium saucepan. Break the macaroni tubes into thirds and add to the boling water. Cook uncovered until macaroni is tender but still firm.

Preheat oven to 350F (180C).

Drain the macaroni and return to the saucepan.

Add the onion, cheese, milk, ketchup, mustard and egg. Add salt and pepper to taste. Herbs such as marjoram and thyme can also be added.

Pour into a greased dish and top with more grated cheese. Fine breadcrumbs can also be added as a topping.

Bake for 30-40 minutes or until golden brown.

Macaroni pie can be served as a side with fish, chicken, pork, stew… whatever you wish really.

Ooh, Portuguese

Sim, eu estou fazendo um outro post, no mesmo fim de semana! Este Pie Macarrão tem a quantidade perfeita de cebola e incrivelmente bregas, tipo como de minhas piadas, então vamos começar!

Você vai precisar,

Meia libra de penne (sem os sulcos,)

4 xícaras de queijo cheddar ralado, (Pelo amor de minha mãe, nós colocamos menos, mas experimentá-lo!)

1 xícara de leite evaporado,

1/3 xícara de ketchup (adição perfeita,)

1 colher de sopa de mostarda amarela,

1 cebola pequena (Ok, agora eu estou babando,)

e 1 ovo batido.

Primeiro, cozinhe o macarrão em uma panela. Eu tenho certeza que eu não tenho que explicar como fazê-lo, basta fazê-lo bem. Estou falando como este para ajudar o trabalho tradutor (Google Translate). De qualquer forma, pré-aqueça o forno a 350 graus, drenar o macarrão, e colocá-los de volta na panela. Adicione a cebola, queijo, leite, ketchup, mostarda e ovo.

Agora, coloque-o em um prato untado que se parece com o um na parte superior e adicione um pouco mais queijo e pão ralado, se quiser. Mas você não precisa. Nessa altura já estavam fora de queijo por isso, não podia. Eu recomendo fazê-lo embora.

Finalmente, cozinhe no forno por 30-40 minutos e sirva!

Obrigado!

11 thoughts on “BARBADOS – Macaroni Pie

  1. I am thinking of making this. The mix of different ingredients are intriguing. Are there any changes to the original recipe that you would recommend?

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