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Author Notes: These delicious Mac & Cheese Fries are available at ALL locations of The Ainsworth!
Located in New York City’s Chelsea, Midtown, and East Village neighborhoods; Hoboken and Newark, New Jersey; and now Kansas City, The Ainsworth venues are multipurpose spaces comprised of full-scale restaurants, bars, lounges and event areas. All Ainsworth locations offer a new take on classic American fare favorites, signature cocktails, and visually stimulating décor, culminating in the ultimate drinking and dining experience. For more information, please visit: http://theainsworth.com/ —Staff Writer
- 1 quart heavy cream
- 2 cups velveeta
- 1 pint ground parmesean
- 1 teaspoon sharp provolone
- 1 quart elbow pasta
- Put all ingredients in a pot on low heat. Whisk slowly and let all cheese melt together.
- In a separate pot, cook all the pasta until completely soft.
- After cheese is melted and pasta is cooked, pour pasta in the pot with the melted cheese. Mix together until pasta is fully covered by cheese sauce.
- Pour the cheese and pasta mixture on a flat sheet pan and smooth out. Then put inside the freezer.
- When it’s approximately 75 percent frozen, take out and lay out on a cutting board. Start cutting about 3in by 1/2in size sticks (or French Fries size). Then, put the sticks back in the freezer until completely frozen.
- (Once sticks are completely frozen) Use basic breading system (flour egg and Panko) to cover each stick. Then, fry each stick at 350 degrees for about 4 minutes or until golden brown.