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Spaghetti Works Beer Cheese Pasta Sauce


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Found this searching the interwebs and it turned out pretty good and similar to what I remember of the original Spaghetti Works sauce.

 

Spaghetti Works Beer Cheese Pasta Sauce

 

8 oz. jar Cheez Whiz (I know- Cheez Whiz... but it worked well)

8 oz. Whole Milk (now's not the time to be thinking low fat or skim)

8 oz. flat beer (I used a decent pale ale but you probably don't want anything too hoppy or too strongly flavored also it was not flat but that only contributed a little bit of extra foaming which subsided)

8 oz. Beef Broth

5 Tbs flour

5 Tbs butter

Optional-Real bacon bits or crisp crumbled bacon

 

Heat Cheez Whiz, milk, beer, & beef broth to 140 degs. stirring constantly.

Melt butter in sauce pan & add flour, stir until blended, cook 2 minutes but do not brown.

Stir the roux into the the cheese mixture and heat to 160 degs. stirring constantly.

Remove from heat & add bacon bits if desired.

Serve over spaghetti or favorite pasta.

 

BTW- I did not use any bacon bits and it was still pretty darned good. It's been so long since I've had the real thing at SW, I couldn't remember if theirs even had bacon bits in it.

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Ha, necro recipe.

I'd totally forgot about this. If I remember right the sauce was pretty darned good and close to what I remember at Spaghetti Works.

I haven't done it again in a long time but this may spur me to do it again. The rest of the family are not fans of anything with beer in it. *losers*

Anyway, let me know what ya think.

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