Something we make often we are short on time or for the girls if the grown ups are keeping things spicy is Mac and Cheeze, which is why you see onion sliced up to the side of the bowl we were having indian while the kids were having our go to running late fast Mac.
- 3 Tbsp. Oil
- 3 Tbsp. All Purpose Flour
- 2 c. water
- ½ tsp. Onion and Garlic Powder more to taste if needed
- Salt to taste
- 1/3 - 1/2 c Nutritional yeast
- 1pound cooked noodles
- In a sauce pan heat oil to medium high heat.
- Add to the pan stirring vigorously I highly suggest using a whisk. This would be a good time to break out the sifter and sift the flour first. I’ve only done it this way once so I can’t say you have to but it’s not a bad idea if you want to be certain to avoid weird little clump dumplings.
- Fry the flour in the oil for around 3 minutes, stirring the whole time, don't allow it to get too hot, reduce heat if it starts to stick!
- Add water and spices/yeast and continue to stir constantly, allow the sauce to gradually thicken, and should be at desired thickness when it gets to a rolling boil.
- Stir in drained noodles , adjust seasoning and enjoy!!
Also good if you add chopped broccoli or corn to the noodles when they have 5 or so minutes left to cook.