How much easier could it get? My kids loved it and even finished all their vegetables.
I made sure to dissolve as much of flour in the milk before pouring in the rest of the milk to prevent clumping and creating a gritty texture to the sauce. And I'm sure if you use a good cheese you won't need any butter.
This is an amazing recipe, it's easy and delicious and it comes put perfect everytime if simply follow the steps.
can't believe this was the first cheese sauce that pulled up. it was a mess. no butter? really? no flavor & so thick & gummy. was able to add butter to the roux & fix it, but this should not be the top sauce pick for searches. smh.
This cheese sauce was super duper duper super easy it was so delicious and creamy I give it 5 stars
I doubled the recipe and combined it with some leftover noodles and ham. I put it in a casserole dish, topped with some crushed crackers, and baked it for 15 minutes. It would be easy to add some leftover veggies for a nice filling casserole on a chilly day.
The sauce was gummy and had no cheese taste, had to add more cheese. The Cooking Light Cheese Sauce recipe made with cornstarch is much better.
Simlply follow the directions and the smoothest most amazing Sauce will result. Use an aged cheddar and you'll have plenty of flavor, add jalapeños and macaroni, spark up a fattie and prepare to relax.
Because no butter was blended with the flour to make a roux, the sauce came out incredibly gritty and powdery tasting. The butter is essential to blend with the flour so you don't have that problem. I also put in 3 times the amount of cheese because you could hardly taste the cheese by adding the recommended amount in the recipe.
Very easy and quick. Added a little dijon mustard for a bit of a kick, was fantastic!
My family LOVES this recipe and I love how low in fat it is and they don't even know it....
This was super easy and delicious!