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    I was wondering what type of cheese is used. Is it the "powdered" kind~~since the fresh would get moldy or do you not store this mix, but use right away

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    I love Alfredo...I need to try it!:

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    laxmom that is a good question. if you search online dried cheeses can be found. Or you can just make the mixes and store in your freezer for 3 months.

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    There's no cooking to this? Wouldn't the minced onion be a bit crunchy? Or do you heat the milk, melt the butter into it and then add the mix, stir until saucy?

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    How much does this make? Number of servings 1? Doesn't seem like it makes much and I need to make up mason jars for a family of 2 and a family of 4! Anybody have any ideas?

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    Default Re: Article: Alfredo Noodles Mix

    Quote Originally Posted by sassycalicomom View Post
    How much does this make? Number of servings 1? Doesn't seem like it makes much and I need to make up mason jars for a family of 2 and a family of 4! Anybody have any ideas?
    I've seen this answered twice already in 2 other places so I'm just going to copy & paste FreebieQueens response to it:

    The easiest way to see how much a recipe yields is to add up the ingredients, in this case about 1 1/3 cups, since the recipe states to use 1/4 cup measure per mug mix, it would be safe to assume that this will serve 4 -5 people.
    ~Enjoy!~

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    I think I'm going to wait to add cheese until time to use so I can store it, and double everything for 4 people. I also think that the milk should be heated and then everything added to it.

 

 

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