Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Renee's Noodle Pudding

I was working at Bloomies at the time....
and we were having one of our co-worker {at work} parties
and this woman { Claire} came in with this noodle pudding.
I had had noodle puddings before....
BUT NOT LIKE THIS ONE.

I know I should call it Claire's Noodle Pudding but.....
Claire Shmare - It's Mine Now

In my life I have had noodle puddings....
never like this one.
Usually they are dry and rubbery - yuck.
So.....
I begged and pleaded for the recipe and finally got it.
I am going to share it with you before the winter is over.
Because
I do really see this as a warm and cozy comfort food.
And
I urge you to try it.
It is really easy.
Your family members and friends will love you for making it,
and be prepared to pass out the recipe.
You have my permission to rename it.
hahahahah

The thing i like about this recipe is that it is 
SO FLEXIBLE.

Here Goes:

Get a 9 x 13" pan or something gorgeous would work better.

8 - 12 oz of egg noodles {wide}
cook & drain
in a separate mixing bowl;
1/2 lb of butter or margarine
2/3 cup sugar
8 oz sour cream
4 eggs
use the whole eggs, but
**beat the egg whites separately 
2/3 cup of milk 
1/4 lb of cream cheese
1/2 lb of cottage cheese or RICOTTA cheese
1 teas vanilla
Mix noodles and ingredients together

Bake 30 minutes @ 350 degrees

Take out and apply TOPPING
1-2 cups of frosted flakes
and 3/4 cup of brown sugar mixture
Spread evenly across the top of noodles.
Bake again to brown the top @ 350 degrees
no more than 30 minutes

BTW 
The next day it is just as delicious!!!



Now you can fool around and make a much more tidy topping
as shown above by substituting the frosted flakes with
YUM
Almonds & Powdered Sugar!!
How Pretty.


And when you get real good at this you can make in a mold.

You can also make it as a dinner using salmon or tuna
with peas and pearl onions.

Just reduce the sugar a little.
and use an appropriate topping.

Just serve with a great salad - what could be better?

Experimentation is what makes a great cook right?

Let me know if you come up with a great main dish recipe.


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18 comments:

  1. Oh Renee I make a very similar recipe on our holidays! In the Jewish Tradition (my late husband was Jewish) this is called Kugel. I usually sprinkle cinnamon and sugar mixture over the top. Also I let it set up over night, like a custard. Delish!

    xoxo
    Karena
    2013 Artists Series

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  2. I've never tried anything like that but it looks interesting. Thanks for sharing the recipe! I found you from Yvonne's blog. Your interior designs are gorgeous!
    jennifer

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  3. I love kugel. I have a bunch of recipes, but not this one. Thanks.

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  4. Oh good grief, that is so delicious looking !
    Not to mention , foreign LOL Not really, except I have not seen food like that since we left the US . I can't wait to try to make this .

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  5. Goodness,Renee, have I been living under a rock? I have never heard of noodle pudding! Looks delicious, something Paula Deen would cook up!
    Sounds Southern, no? N.xo

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  6. Well, YUM!!! Why haven't I ever heard of this..I guess I have but I've never heard anyone describe it like this! I can't wait to make it! I know we will love it! Thanks so much for sharing it with us! Hope you are doing well!

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    1. i am so glad it sounds yummy to you.
      it it is.
      i promise.

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  7. Look great, sounds dangerous...too many kcal. Anyway I'm glad because it seems you assimilate better from day to day. My best wishes.

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  8. Renee
    PS I usually double the recipe and add extra Milk beaten with the eggs for family events!

    Love and hugs,
    Karena

    Art by Karena

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  9. Hello The Kitchen is waiting, just clean up after..
    It was very good last time..I am waiting for it.

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  10. Yum....that sounds good. My mom makes something similar...she calls it coogle. We have it for every holiday.

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  11. Dear Renee

    Where have I been, I was unaware of noodle pud. Looks delicious.

    Thanks for sharing

    Stay warm in Maine

    Helen

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  12. good god y'all. yummy. wow.
    happy new year.

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  13. Hey Miss R!
    This looks so yummy, I have never heard of anything like this. I must have been hiding under a rock too!
    Hope all is well...miss our chats!
    xo

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  14. This is your Mom talking , enough noodle pudding.
    Time for a new POST DARLIN!!!

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  15. Totally yum.. and more yum... actually wickedly yum! Happy weekend Renee... xv

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  16. That sounds ridiculously delicious!

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  17. That looks totally yummy!!!!!!!!!!!!OOeey Gooey>>>>>> In a great way........... I was licking the screen on the monitor..... OOPs I probably shouldn't share that..... Off to get monitor screen cleaner........ Maryanne xo

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