Favourite pasta-maker shows there is so much more to Macaroni than cheese
Macaroni: Mac & Cheese But Not As You Know It…
Published by Marshalls Foods • Distributed to book trade by Lomond Books
November 2016 • ISBN 9781526205988 • Hardback • £12.99
MARSHALLS is one of Scotland’s most recognisable food brands and Macaroni is their speciality. But if you think that their famous Macaroni is only ever to be paired with cheese… think again.
This brand new book offers a myriad of mouth-watering Macaroni based recipes ranging from variations on the classic dish – like Highlander Macaroni, Smoky Bacon Macaroni and King Prawn and Lobster Macaroni – to many more unusual recipes you might never have thought of – such as Breakfast Macaroni, Chipotle and Lime Macaroni Salad, and even Moussakaroni.
And why stop at savoury dishes when your favourite pasta can make Macaroni Pancakes or even a Macaroni Forest Cheesecake?
But, of course, the humble Mac & Cheese is not to be forgotten and there is the ultimate recipe for making the best Marshalls Mac as well as a guide to different cheeses to combine with your pasta.
This is the perfect gift at Christmas for foodies who love to impress with something a little bit different.
The book is richly illustrated throughout with photographs of these innovative dishes. The recipes featured are Marshalls classics alongside recipes from members of the public and from chefs and restaurants across Scotland.
Macaroni: Mac & Cheese But Not As You Know it is available to buy now in all good bookshops and from online retailers.
Notes to editors:
For over a century, Marshalls has been producing products using only the finest wheat. The launch in 1935 of short cut Macaroni turned Marshalls into a household name in Scotland it is now, and long has been, the country’s best-selling pasta maker.
For more information, review copies or a press quality image of the book jacket, please contact Jenny McGaw, buying and marketing manager at Lomond Books: email firstname.lastname@example.org; tel 01506 859198.
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