Tuesday, October 6, 2015

How to Cook Oven Toaster Baked Macaroni

I've been craving for baked macaroni for days now. Fortunately, I was able to convince my husband to buy the ingredients I need for my "Oven Toaster Baked Macaroni." No, it's not the popular American Mac'nCheese, but a Filipino party favorite pasta dish made with elbow macaroni tossed in meaty, tomato-based sauce, and topped with creamy, cheesy white sauce.


Cook the elbow macaroni as indicated by bundle directions. Deplete and put aside. (*Note: If you are using a genuine oven, undercook the pasta for around 5 minutes. It'll have enough time to get completely cooked when you bake it later in the oven. Concerning me, since I utilized an oven toaster, I boiled it for just 8 minutes to wind up "still somewhat firm" and not spongy. Who likes wet pasta in any case? All things considered, I don't!) 

Tomato Meat Sauce: 

In a hot cooking pot, sauté garlic in cooking oil or spread, include onion then ground meat, basil leaves, oregano leaves and hamburger 3D shape. Cook for 8-10 minutes. At that point, toss in the mushrooms and ringer peppers. Cook for no less than 3 minutes more. 

Include water. Give it a chance to boil for 5 minutes, then include tomato glue and tomato sauce. Include sugar, salt, pepper. Mix well and cover the pot. Give it a chance to stew while mixing periodically for 10 minutes or until it lessen into a thick consistency. 

Expel from warmth and put aside. 

White Sauce (Mornay Sauce): 

In a bowl, join water, milk, pulverized hamburger 3D shape, pepper and a dash of nutmeg. Put aside. 

Melt spread over low warmth in a non-stick pot. Blend in flour until very much joined and cook for 3 to 5 minutes. Be mindful so as not to smolder it. It ought to be yellowish, NOT brownish! 

Presently, gradually include the milk/water blend into the flour/spread blend while mixing. Keep on blending until it turns thick and creamy. 

Expel from warmth and put aside. 


Hurl the cooked pasta into the tomato meat sauce until each piece is all around covered. 

On a baking skillet (*in my case, I utilized 2 little rectangular aluminum plate), arrange a layer of elbow macaroni with meat sauce, spread with white sauce, and after that top with ground cheddar. Rehash to make two layers. In case you're using a more profound dish, you can feel free to make three layers. 

Bake for 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 25 mins. (oven) or 15 mins. (turbo) or 4-6 mins. (oven toaster). 

Give it a chance to set for no less than 10 minutes before slicing. Best presented with garlic bread as an afterthought

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