HOW GOOD is Gordon Ramsay’s Four Cheese Macaroni & Cheese?

HOW GOOD is Gordon Ramsay’s Four Cheese Macaroni & Cheese?

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Gordon Ramsay Four Cheese Macaroni Bake, Frozen Meals, 9.5oz.
Cheese Sauce (Milk [Milk, Vitamin D3], Cheese Blend [Low Moisture Part Skim Mozzarella Cheese {Pasteurized Part Skim Milk, Cheese Cultures, Salt, Enzymes}, Unsmoked Provolone Cheese {Pasteurized Milk, Cheese Cultures, Salt, Enzymes}, Powdered Cellulose {Anti-Caking}, Natamycin {Mold-Inhibitor}], Fontina Cheese [Pasteurized Cow’s Milk, Cheese Cultures, Salt, Enzymes, Beta-Carotene {Color}, Starch, Cellulose {Anti-Caking}, Natamycin {Mold-Inhibitor}], Mozzarella [Mozzarella Cheese {Pasteurized Milk, Cheese Cultures, Salt, Enzymes}, Powdered Corn & Potato Starch {Anti-Caking}], Parmesan Cheese [Pasteurized Milk, Cheese Cultures, Salt, Enzymes, Powdered Cellulose {Anti-Caking}], Unsalted Butter [Pasteurized Cream, Natural Flavoring], Unbleached Enriched Wheat Flour [Wheat Flour, Niacin, Reduced Iron, Thiamine Mononitrate, Riboflavin, Floic Acid], Contains 2% or less of Salt, Xanthan Gum], Cooked Macaroni Pasta (Water, Semolina [Wheat], Niacin, Iron [Ferrous Sulfate], Thiamine Mononitrate, Riboflavin, Folic Acid), Monterey Jack Cheese [{Pasteurized Milk, Cheese Cultures, Salt, Enzymes}, Powdered Cellulose {Anti-caking}], Cornbread (Unbleached Enriched Flour [Wheat Flour, Malted Barley Flour, Niacin, Reduced Iron, Thiamine Mononitrate, Riboflavin, Folic Acid], Corn Grits, Sugar, Yeast, Contains 2% or less of Palm Oil, Sea Salt, Extractives of Turmeric and Annatto [Color], Enzymes).
Gordon Ramsay Inspired
Four Cheese Mac Bake
A decadent cheese blend of mozzarella, fontina, parmesan and provolone tossed with al dente pasta topped with golden cornbread crumbs.

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43 replies
  1. Ronald Yeater
    Ronald Yeater says:

    Sup Larry, this company has chefs make the dish with the chef, the chef signs and leaves, they adjust everything for cost, it's an endorsement deal, I heard from Lori, guy fueri wife, had his sloppy joe Mac n cheese before and was awesome, the frozen as yo know was cut of meat to save money, apparently guy nor the family ever had the frozen, this gordons Mac n cheese had the flavors but they skimp, I make the same Mac n cheese cheeses, lol. But I'm sure like guy they never tasted the frozen product on shelves, they make, it's flash frozen, heated and try right then, after the check it's up to the company. They own it, Lorie said will buy a box but nothing they can do, basically sold recipe and old picture. Shame, but the fontina makes this Mac n cheese, that little funk? Tyvm tc

  2. Vattmann
    Vattmann says:

    Bloody hell that's expensive for the size of the portion!
    For $5 / £4.40 you could make your own 4-5 portions.
    Don't get me wrong, I think it looks ace. I'd add some black pepper and extra crunchy bits of choice on, plus parsley.

  3. Marc John
    Marc John says:

    It makes me wonder if any of these chefs who have their own products actually have some creative control over the product, and Gordon Ramsay just happens to be the most talented of them, and that's why his is the best. You would think they'd have some say in it, or they'd have to sign off.

    I'm not surprised the fish and chips suck though, I've never had good frozen dinner fries or fish, it's something you have to do with actual frying equipment to get right, whereas macaroni and cheese seems like it'd be easier.

  4. Michael
    Michael says:

    This sounds like it just needs a teaspoon of butter, a tablespoon of half & half, and a bit of grated cheese. I wouldn't mind doing that extra bit to make it shine. I add a bit of cheese and seasoning to freezer pizzas and it's often better than some local pizza spots.

  5. XBluDiamondX
    XBluDiamondX says:

    Oof. Sorry Wolfe, but me, the person, doesn't get fooled by a product that uses the name and likeness of a well known celebrity. I don't expect much from frozen meals. Anyway, mac and cheese is real easy to make using a mornay (white cheese) sauce. I would bet it's cheaper, too, but I would have to do my homework on that last point.

  6. elon rnusk
    elon rnusk says:

    waaaaaaay too much salt. also a box of kraft dinner costs like $1.25 if it isn't on sale. the walmart store brand box mac and cheese is basically just as good to and it was like $0.33 last time I got some. can't justify $5 for one dinky little serving. for $5 I better get a gallon bucket full of mac and cheese.

  7. 1kymoonrunner
    1kymoonrunner says:

    That looks horrendous…I cook my elbows and put half in a baking pan layer with Velveeta rest of noodles on top with a shredded sharp cheddar milk and egg mixture on top……bake until golden brown….that’s macaroni pie but I am from the country what do I know

  8. Poor Redneck World
    Poor Redneck World says:

    I actually work at a Walmart supercenter. And stumbled across the Gordon Ramsay variety Frozen TV dinners, which left me in shock that he's got his name on the brand. Whatever he always blasted frozen food on his shows, so I decided what the hell so I tried the Gordon Ramsay shepherd's pie. I got to say I was not impressed. First of all it was just ground hamburger meat, and second of all my particular one was greasy greasy greasy AF! Seriously it was bad, I did not like it at all. I've made shepherd's pie myself once before using Gordon Ramsay's recipe and it turned out fantastic this thing that I had from the frozen food section just not at all good and I paid like six bucks for it!

  9. Robb403
    Robb403 says:

    I expect to see a lot of those on clearance in the next few months because they are not selling. Few average consumers are willing to pay that much money for so small an amount of what is normally an economical product. If someone really wants a ton of cheese on their mac, it's cheaper to buy a block of cheese. This line of meals seems to be marketed on the recognition value alone and not the quality.

  10. Gray
    Gray says:

    I'm both surprised and not surprised. On one hand, it's a frozen macaroni dinner. On the other hand, it's a frozen macaroni dinner. They're so easy to get right, and so easy to mess up. But I'm glad to see this one did well. I heard the chicken pot pie was also good.

  11. Sky Shadow
    Sky Shadow says:

    I took my wife to Gordon Ramsay's Hell's Kitchen for the first time this year for her birthday. It was the best food we've ever had in our lives.

    This however… For $6 isn't too bad. Looks decent for stay at home and not drop $350 for dinner, have to dress up and all that jazz.

  12. Agent66
    Agent66 says:

    i learned a long time ago, from 1st hand experience, AVOID celebrity frozen foods and restaurants like the plague..they fall far short of expectations and the hype every time without fail.


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