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How to make macaroni chesse with bacon and leek

     Hi everyone and in this post ill be telling you how to make macaroni cheese with leek and bacon I hope you enjoy and come back for more.

  For 4 portions
  • macaroni  400g
  • butter or oil, optional
  • grated cheese
  • thin b├ęchamel
  • diluted English mustard
  • salt and pepper
  • 1 leek
  • 2 rashers of bacon

Step 1- First step get your macaroni ready and plunge it into a saucepan containing plenty of boiling salted water.

Step 2 -Allow to boil gently and stir occasionally with a wooden spoon.

Step 3- Cook for approximately 8-10 minutes and drain well in a colander

Step 4- Then finely chop your leek, and chop up your 2 rashers of bacon into small bits. And cook your bacon and leek in a pan until the bacon is brown and the leeks are bright green and gone curly  

Step 5-Return to a clean pan containing butter .

Step 6-Mix with half the cheese, and add the b├ęchamel and mustard  and add the leek and bacon to the mix and season.

Step 7-Place in an earthenware dish and sprinkle with the remainder of the cheese (But this is optional).

Step 8- Lightly brown under the grill and its ready to serve.


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