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Step 1:

  • Elbow macaroni 500.0 g

Step 2:

Step 3:

  • Margarine 50.0 g
  • Bread (thick cut style) 20.0 slices
  • Gouda cheese 10.0 slices

Who doesn’t like trying new and interesting dishes? And what could be more interesting than a mac and cheese sandwich? That’s right – it’s pasta in a sandwich!



  1. Step 1:

    • Cook the pasta as per packaging instructions and set aside.
  2. Step 2:

    • Grate the cheddar cheese.
    • In a pot ,mix together the milk, Knorr White Sauce Powder and Robertsons Veggie Seasoning.
    • Whisk the milk mixture on a medium heat until thickened. Remove from the heat and whisk in the cheese.
    • Add the cooked macaroni, mix together and set aside
  3. Step 3:

    • Spread the margarine on one sideof the (20 slices) bread and turn the buttered side face down on the board.
    • Keep gouda cheese slices aside to complete the sarmie.
    • Spread a spoonful of the mac and cheese onto one side of the bread.(10 slices)
    • Add a spoonful of Fine Foods Tomato Sauce in the centre of the mac and cheese, followed by a slice of cheese and end off with another slice of bread, buttered side facing up.
    • Toast in a toaster or pan fry until golden brown on both sides.
    • Slice in half or leave whole, package and serve.
    • makes 10 toasted sandwiches
  4. Hint:

    • Save time by using leftover mac and cheese to make your sarmies.
  5. Chef's Tip:

    • Add fried bacon to the mac and cheese.