Wednesday, 30 March 2011

CATS ‘N CHEESE

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Cats ‘n Cheese:  Caramelized onions, sundried tomatoes, creamy cheese sauce and toasty breadcrumbs with Cats Ears.


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What? you thought this was going to be a recipe for something else?

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Besides, I’m allergic to cats.

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meow.

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CAKEBRAIN’S CATS ‘N CHEESE RECIPE


Actually, I'm just pulling your leg...this isn’t really a recipe--just a bunch of general instructions.  You're smart.  You can figure it out.  I made up this sophisticated version of Mac 'n Cheese along the way.  Add whatever else you want…sauteed mushrooms, asparagus, artichokes.  MMMM.   Grab a bag of orecchiette; cook according to package instructions and drain.  Make a Bechamel (white sauce) and stir in 4 cups of grated cheddar cheese (I used half white and half orange).   In a saute pan, add 1/4 cup chopped sundried tomatoes (packed in olive oil) and 1  finely chopped onion.  Saute gently until the onions are transparent.  Buzz up a slice of good white sandwich bread in your handy dandy food processor; drizzle crumbs with EVOO and toss to mix thoroughly.  Pour the pasta, the onions & sundried tomatoes mixture and sauce into a large shallow casserole.  Sprinkle the crumbs over the surface.  Bake for 30 minutes  at 350 degrees F. or until crumbs are golden and sauce  is bubbly.

6 comments:

Min {Honest Vanilla} said...

Ha, cute! I didn't think you were going to sautee a cat :P But it piqued my curiosity anyway :)

Kankana said...

you got me there .. when i saw cat ears .. i was like .. what !!!??? LOL..

nice post :)

Suzie Ridler said...

What a great post! Love your sense of humour and dang, that recipe was made for me. Hold the cats ears though, LOL. Love that bowl! I need to find dishes like that. Very nice!

Mary said...

Haha ;)

This looks great!!

Mary xo
Delightful Bitefuls

Eva said...

Sweet Moses, that looks AMAZING. I love the addition of sun dried tomatoes, sounds mouthwatering!

a. maren said...

boook maaaark. this looks so good! and yes the sun dried tomatoes really make it.

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