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Gochujang Macaroni and Cheese

I liked the vegan cheddar cheese so much that I wanted to make something to showcase the cheese.

I thought macaroni and cheese would be a good one.

The macaroni was added to my cream sauce.

This picture (above) shows the pot right after the cheddar cheese was added.

The cheese was beautifully melted and added the beautiful orange color.


I know macaroni and cheese usually does not contain anything green, but if you ask me, it’s a shame, although my nephews would disagree.

Since I didn’t have to share this with any kids, I couldn’t help but adding broccoli.

It already looks better with the beautiful green color.

I could have stopped, but I thought adding gochujang would give the right amount of sweetness and spiciness, and I was right!

Earlier I was gonna say “Who doesn’t like macaroni and cheese”, but I know someone who is not a big fan.

My husband.

So I was initially thinking about keeping it all to myself.

But guess what?

After having a small bowl, he declared that it was good, and he came back for more (yeah!).

I was happy sharing.

Good food is always meant to be shared.

The Gochujang Macaroni and Cheese was served with fried onion and fresh scallion.



  1. Lori Fox wrote:

    Hi! Do you buy the vegan cheese or make it? The Butchery shop you mentioned really sounds like a great place!

    Tuesday, November 27, 2018 at 11:24 pm | Permalink
  2. Reiko wrote:

    Hi Lori,

    I’m not a big fan of fake cheese or meat. I’d rather use “real” food like mushrooms, eggplant, tofu, lentils, etc to replace meat. I make vegan cheese and meat mostly for Terry. He loves my homemade cheese/meat. But I don’t make them all the time, so if he gets craving, he will go and buy vegan cheese/meat from stores. The Butcher place is interesting, and it’s fun to try a small amount (and their jackfruit “chicken” is good), but I usually stay away from any “processed” food, vegan or not.

    Wednesday, November 28, 2018 at 6:16 pm | Permalink

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