Wednesday, August 8, 2012

PERFECT FETTUCCINE PIE!


WHEN MY 2 YEAR OLD SAW THE CAKE-LIKE PRESENTATION OF THIS DISH, HE BROKE OUT SINGING HAPPY BIRTHDAY! LOL!!! THIS DINNER IS PRETTY AWESOME. I USED HOMEMADE GF FETTUCCINE (CLICK HERE FOR RECIPE) BUT BOXED PASTA IS A PERFECT MATCH, AS WELL!

1 POUND PASTA-(I HAVE MADE IT WITH REGULAR AND ALSO GF)
6 EGGS
1 POUND MOZZARELLA CHEESE, SHREDDED
1C. GRATED PARMESAN CHEESE
1/4C. HEAVY CREAM
1 BUNCH SCALLIONS, CHOPPED

PREHEAT OVEN 375. COOK FETTUCCINE OR SPAGHETTI AND DRAIN/RINSE. BUTTER A 10X3 ROUND CAKE PAN, LINE WITH PARCHMENT AND BUTTER THE PAPER. I USED A SLIGHTLY SMALLER DISH, ABOUT A 9 INCH CORNINGWARE.

IN A BOWL, MIX EGGS, CHEESES, HEAVY CREAM, HALF THE SCALLIONS, SALT AND PEPPER TO TASTE. ADD SPAGHETTI AND LIGHTLY STIR TO COMBINE. POUR INTO DISH. COVER WITH FOIL AND BAKE 40 MINS. REMOVE FOIL AND BAKE 20 MORE MINUTES TILL LIGHTLY BROWNED. COOL 10 MINUTES. RUN KNIFE AROUND THE SIDE TO UNMOLD AND INVERT ON A PLATE. CUT BIG WEDGES! TOP WITH EXTRA SCALLIONS!



10 comments:

Tito Eric said...

This looks delicious ... and the shots are mouth watering. Have got to check it out and try the recipe. Thanks for sharing.

Cheers ... visiting from Mandatory Mooch!

Tito Eric of Panglao Island
http://turningboholano.blogspot.com/2012/08/ginataang-puso-ng-saging.html

Winnie said...

Such a great looking Pie!
I'm made pasta pie before but not like yours
I have to try your recipe
Pinned :)

Debi....Recipes For My Boys said...

Love this Danielle!!! I am definitely going to make this! Thank you for sharing on Thursday's Treasures. <3 and hugs, sweetie!

The Mandatory Mooch said...

This looks so yummy!! Thanks for linking up to Tasty Thursdays at The Mandatory Mooch. Hope you will link up again this week. The party will be live tonight. www.mandatorymooch.blogspot.com

Thanks, Nichi

Joan@chocolateandmore said...

This looks fantastic and sounds wonderful! I'll be singing when I make it too! I'll be featuring you on Thursday's Treasures tomorrow! Thanks for sharing!

Debra Kapellakis said...

looks amazing and the ingredients, yum...

Anonymous said...

hey.. you have some awesome recipes up there.. but may i ask you to share those in FB as well? so that i can tag my self in the pic and save those??
or please let us tag our selves in the picture??

Anonymous said...

Could you add shrimp to it or basil?

DANIELLE said...

I DON'T SEE WHY NOT!!! SOUNDS DELISH WITH SHRIMP!!!!

Patti L said...

I think it would be great to stir in 1/4 to 1/2 pound crumbled crispy bacon.

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