In a skillet melt the butter with olive oil over medium heat. Add the garlic, cream, pepper and bring mixture to a simmer stirring often. Add the Parmesan cheese and simmer sauce for 10-15 minutes or until sauce has thickened and is smooth.
Add in the cooked and drained macaroni as well as the mozzarella. Stir to evenly coat. Top with bread crumbs and place in the oven on broil until the top has become crispy. Enjoy!
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- Alright, today's recipe is all about creamy, dreamy decadence. It's gonna be something you wanna put in your mouth and, like, rub all over your body! It's just me? We're gonna be making a garlic alfredo mac and cheese. You never seen anythin' like this before. Let's get started. First thing I wanna do in my skillet is melt, again, a little of my olive oil and three tablespoons of butter. Once that's melted, I'm going to grate in two cloves of garlic, add in a little bit of pepper, my two cups of cream. My friends, this is not light on the hips. Give that a stir and bring it up to a simmer so you see those little bubbles come through, and then I'm gonna add in half a cup of freshly grated parmesan cheese. Stir that through and let it reduce, and cook, and simmer for about eight to 10 minutes. Then, at that point, I'm gonna get it off the heat and stir in my mozzarella cheese. The reason I'm using mozzarella is 'cause I wanted something, like, really stringy for the mac and cheese so we can really, you know what I mean. Just me. Then, at this point, we are going to add in our cooked and drained macaroni. Give that a stir through, make sure all those little elbows are coated. Just like that time that I was painting a wall, and I tripped and fell, and I got both my elbows in two cans of paint. That didn't happen. And the final step is cover the top in some bread crumbs, get it in your oven on broil, and let it get nice and crispy. My house smells amazing! You guys, that is my simple garlic alfredo mac and cheese! Thank you so much for watching this video! I hope you enjoyed it, and I will see you next time!