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Four Cheese Macaroni - Pasta

Hi, my name is Naveen Singh, I am staying in Bangalore. I am Hotel Management graduate, passout from CIHMCT, Chandigarh .


It's a very popular dish in all over world, specially very popular and liked by the kids & teenagers .

Macaroni is the dry pasta, readily available in the supermarket and other Grocery shops.

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It comes in different shapes but the most liked one is elbow shape Macaroni .

It goes very well with 4 cheese, like mozzarella, Parmesan , Cheddar( English) & Gruyére cheese. It has a different version also like Mac n cheese, Macaroni & cheese with crispy bacon & baked Macaroni pasta etc.

Cook Time

Prep timeCook timeReady inYields

20 min

20 min

40 min

6 Pax


  • 400 Gms Macaroni, Elbow shape pasta
  • 250 Gms Mozzarella cheese, Grated
  • 125 Gms Cheddar cheese, Grated
  • 125 Gms Gruyére cheese, Swiss grated cheese
  • As per taste Salt
  • 175 Gms Parmesan cheese, Grated
  • 50 ml Butter, Melted yellow
  • As per taste Crushed pepper
  • 50 ml Refined oil


  1. Firstly heat a sauce pan with sufficient water,make it boil then add 1 TSP of refined oil, pinch of salt then add Macaroni pasta . It takes usually 8 - 10 mints to make al dente pasta ( depends upon the brand of pasta and off course the quantity also)
  2. Now strain the Macaroni, make it cold in the running water then drain the water completely and keep Macaroni aside.
  3. Finely dice 125 GM's of the mozzarella ,50 GM's. of the cheddar & 50 GM's of the Swiss cheese ; combine diced cheeses.
  4. Grate remaining mozzarella ,Cheddar & Swiss cheese; combine grated cheeses with Parmesan cheese.
  5. Now Take a pot add some butter & make it hot & add all 4 cheeses( leave little Parmesan cheese for final garnish ) toss it well untill it reaches to the desire consistency of a sauce.
  6. Now add Macaroni pasta and toss well & add the seasoning ( salt & pepper ) . Finally garnish with parmesan cheese
  7. Pour the pasta in the serving dish. Serve hot with freshly made garlic breads.

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