Meaning of macaroni cheese in English:

macaroni cheese

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noun

mass nounBritish
  • A savoury dish of macaroni in a cheese sauce.

    ‘These include cottage pie, macaroni cheese, pasta in cheese and broccoli sauce, chicken curry, sausages with gravy, breaded cod with chips, cheese and onion quiche and jacket wedges with salad.’
    • ‘There's plenty of good stodge on the menu, including favourites such as scampi, macaroni cheese, sausages, lasagne, steak and hand-cut chips.’
    • ‘The unfussy menu provides hikers' staples such as home-made steak pie, melt-in-the-mouth macaroni cheese and haggis neeps and tatties, with a variety of sturdy, wholesome soups and daily specials.’
    • ‘Next up is spaghetti bolognese, macaroni cheese, Shepherds pie, and chicken curry.’
    • ‘Another top favourite dish in England is macaroni cheese, rather different from what an Italian would find acceptable, but well liked in the British Isles.’
    • ‘The lunch specials of yore include macaroni cheese, steak pie, shepherd's pie and chips and five varieties of Crombie's sausages.’
    • ‘Fish pie, macaroni cheese, apple crumbles are my staples if I do have to do the Sunday lunch.’
    • ‘The only pasta I ate was macaroni cheese and, as a treat from a much-loved and indulgent babysitter, tinned spaghetti.’
    • ‘Fatty foods increase the risk of suffering from heartburn and reflux, too, so if you're feeling stressed and your stomach's producing a lot of acid, eating macaroni cheese may result in an uncomfortable few hours.’
    • ‘Making the perfect macaroni cheese has not been high on Susie's priority list.’
    • ‘Strange that I like macaroni cheese and tinned ravioli.’
    • ‘Our first thought of course was Traditional British, shepherd's pie, macaroni cheese and all that, but we had second thoughts.’
    • ‘Finally it's lunch time at the century old Errard Estate House - a real Looshan country spread of stewed chicken, lentils, macaroni cheese, rice and chow mein to name just a few dishes.’
    • ‘He occasionally spends too much on alcohol on a night out, resulting in a diet of macaroni cheese or baked beans until his next payday.’
    • ‘The only meal I didn't like much was macaroni cheese because it had a lot of cheese in it.’
    • ‘What bribes were brought into play are beyond me, although I believe extra helpings of macaroni cheese - nectar of the gods to a permanently ravenous three-year-old - might have been pivotal.’
    • ‘‘Thanks for rescuing me from the eighties-style yuppie witch,’ I said to Diana while I scattered macaroni cheese about my person.’
    • ‘I dropped the bowl of macaroni cheese on the floor.’
    • ‘Bert had prepared individual macaroni cheese, and good they were.’
    • ‘Thursday was macaroni cheese day and Friday was boiled fish day.’