Raisins in a mac and cheese? This controversial recipe has the internet in its hands


If you thought people were very passionate about the chocolate chip vs. raisin cookie debate, wait until you hear about this frowning macaroni and cheese dish that involves Dividing Dried Fruits, and who pissed off everything on the Internet.

Much like the Salmon Sushi Bowl that went viral on TikTok last month, a new cooking tutorial caught our eye online. While we all know salty and sweet is a powerful combination of flavors that appeals to even the most discerning (peanut butter and FTW jelly), a new recipe shared by a TikTok user involving milk, cheese, pasta. and – yes, you re-read this correctly, raisins elicit all kinds of reactions.

According to Graça Walters, whose TikTok @ texykitchen1 account has over 1.7 million subscribers, adding raisins to mac and cheese is “the best.” She wrote in the caption of a video posted on Monday, November 1: “My husband said he never had a better mac and cheese than when he was in Georgia. So I had to prove to him that no one did. could compete with me. “

So what does this controversial take on the classic dish involve? According to the video, it all starts with a piece of cheddar cheese, dried elbow macaroni, milk and grated mozzarella in a baking dish. After baking, the raisins and breadcrumbs are added to the mixture before a second passage in the oven.

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The TikTok video has been viewed over 3.7 million times and, to say the least, people have had a lot of feelings about it.


“Did you just put in some raisins? Hell not hell no,” one TikTok user wrote in the comments section, while another said: “It looked super tasty before adding raisins. “

The cooking video made its way to Twitter, where one person referred to the dish as “abomination. “

” Excuse me. To call the police. We can’t do this. Say it with me: GRAPES. a second user joked.

While it seems many don’t like the combo of raisins and cheese pasta, this isn’t the first time we’ve seen the unusual pairing. After all, Duck recently celebrated its 34th anniversary with a multi-course dinner that included macaroni and cheese with, you guessed it, raisins, along with other toppings like capers and sundried tomatoes.

The jury is still out on whether he’s a fan of this particular recipe.

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