As you may have noticed, I'm once again behind on the Experimental Cookeries for 2015. Oh well - hopefully I'll find time to catch up sometime over the Easter break.
This one comes from Lorraine Pascale's first book, "Baking Made Easy". It was a nice easy meal that took about an hour from start to finish, largely due to my unfamiliarity with the method. But there wasn't anything difficult about it at any stage - just time.
The result was very impressive, actually - between the addition of pancetta and spring onions to the macaroni, and also the breadcrumbs on the top, it was extremely tasty and satisfying. It was therefore the best mac & cheese I've ever had (sorry LC, but it's true!).
All in all, a triumph!