Whisk in the flour and cook for 2 minutes, stirring often. Slowly drizzle in the milk, whisking constantly.
Then add the cream and continue to whisk. Use a microplane to grate the nutmeg. Add the granulated garlic, and ground mustard. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Whisk well after each addition and make sure the cheese is melted before adding the next batch. After the cheese is all incorporated, taste for seasoning and add additional salt and pepper as needed. You can also add a pinch of cayenne pepper if you would like to give your cheese sauce a little kick.
A spoonful of mac and cheese scooped from a full stock potwith a dish of pulled pork in the background next to a turqoise towel.
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To Assemble the Dish: Preheat a your oven degrees F. Put the pulled pork on the bottom. Spoon the mac and cheese over the pulled pork in the prepared baking dish. Sprinkle the top of the mac and cheese with the reserved cheese, then add the bread crumb topping. Bake for minutes. Remove the baking dish from the oven and let it sit 5 to 10 minutes before serving.
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However, if you want ultimate comfort food, I give you pulled pork baked mac and cheese…. While this recipe is a little bit time-consuming, it is well worth the effort. Mac and cheese typically comes as a side dish at BBQ restaurants, but this recipe switches things up a bit — making mac and cheese the main course. Get the recipe here. Recipe by Culinary Concoctions by Peabody. Your email address will not be published. I always get a pulled pork sandwich and sometimes my side is mac and cheese.
So I did. It was just a weeknight meal. But the teens eat mac and cheese so we make a lot of it in a lot of different ways. Because we are all searching for family meals that everyone will eat. This is big and it does feed a lot of people.
Or one teenage boy. I use the crockpot method of doing the pulled pork. You can choose whatever shape pasta you want but I chose spirals. I find that the cheese clings to the spiral shape nicely. Then of course comes the cheese. That is not only in the macaroni and cheese of course. But on top of the whole dish as well. Your pants hate me but your tummy and taste buds love me. Want more Mac and Cheese recipes? Drain out the water and scrap up the bits that stick to the bottom of the pan. Put the drained pasta back into the stock pan and add the heavy cream and cream cheese. Mix until cream cheese melts.
Add the flour and Panko and stir to incorporate. Add 4 cups of the cheese and try to distribute as evenly as possible. Pour into a 9xinch glass pan that has been coated with oil or butter. Bake at F for 20 minutes. While baking heat the pulled pork up and add the BBQ sauce. Do manual time for 75 minutes and natural release. After it's been released follow the below directions. Pull the pork roast out of the slow cooker or instant pot, add to a large plate and shred with two forks.
Pulled Pork Mac ‘n’ Cheese
Pour out the juice from the slow cooker or Instant pot and add shredded pork back to the slow cooker or Instant pot. Add in 1 cup BBQ sauce and stir. Add more BBQ sauce if desired or needed. You want the meat to be coated but not dripping with sauce.
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Cover to keep warm while you prepare the mac and cheese. Add in elbow macaroni and cook just until al dente following box directions. Drain pasta and set aside while you prepare the cheese sauce. Slowly whisk in milk until smooth.
Reduce the heat to low and whisk slowly until the sauce becomes thick and creamy. Stir in the shredded cheese and stir until completely melted. Turn off the heat and stir in macaroni. Add macaroni and cheese to the prepared dish and top with pulled pork. Sprinkle on a little extra cheese if desired. We actually JUST had it this weekend! Such a perfect over the top delicious comfort food!
Love that you called it piggy mac! This looks like a winner! Love this especially the name Piggy Mac! That looks amazing! Great combination of flavors! Wow, great minds do think alike! I am still smiling at the fact that you also named it Piggy Mac, love it!!! Thank you for putting together this fun event, and for letting me be a part of the fun:- Hugs, Terra. I absolutely love salmon, and this is one of my very favorite recipes to prepare it!
Thank you so much for sharing. The minute I saw this on FB I had to swing by!
BBQ Pulled Pork Mac n Cheese
This looks incredible and I love the name — piggy mac xD. This is getting ready to go in the oven now! I used the instant pot for my pork. So far the macaroni is divine. Just about to pull the pork out of the IP.
My hubby said we have to make the kids boxed mac and cheese so he can eat this all week! Just made this for the second time! I added gouda this time!