Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Side Dish Tuesday

When it comes to kids there is one thing we know, there is one very adorable little monkey that graces us with her presence and makes everyone smile and her dad already running background checks (poor girl).

Though that same dad might even go to extremes for her, even prove that her can cook a little side dish for her to serve along side her dinner.   Even if it is the boss who might be cooking the dinner.  Hold that head up Danny, don't let him get to you, just tell him this is old fashion dish, a 1950's throwback that could make their mothers proud.  

This recipe is quick and easy, yet it is fresh and not a powder concoction from a box.   It can impress whoever you make it for for the smallest to the biggest kid to enjoy.  So smile this is all good and  I think a little monkey is going to be very very happy.


2 Tbsp butter
2 Tbsp flour
Salt and pepper
1 cup milk
3 oz American, Velveeta cheese or any flavor desired
8 oz  pasta ( any shape), cooked and drained

  1. Melt butter over medium heat and stir in flour, making a rue. Add milk with a wire whisk and continue cooking until thickened. Add salt and pepper, then cheese. 
  2. Stir until cheese is completely melted, then pour over over hot pasta and serve.

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