This is how I cook it -
- Boil some elbow noodles - when done drain
- Put one layer of noodles on a large rectangular pan
- Layer shredded cheese
_Put another layer of noodles
- Put another layer of cheese
I_in seperate bowl mix up like 4-5 eggs and like 2-3 cups of milk salt and pepper and then pour over noodles and cheese
- Bake at 350 until chz melted and it looks cooked like maybe a 1/2 hour or so
not familiar with noodles the restaurant... but here goes:
use heavy cream for the base, heat it in saucepot
put cooked elbow macaroni in
add a good amount of shredded gruyere (or swiss)
add a good amount of shredded parmesan reggiano
add a good amount of american cheese
small amount of cornstarch to thicken if needed
add salt to taste
simple but elegant.
to upscale it a bit, if you have white truffle oil, you can add some at the end ..mmm
This was asked and answered here before ...
KIM'S BROILED LOBSTER WITH CRAB DIP
1 to 1 1/2 lb lobster
1 lb fresh blue crab meat
1/4 lb whipped cream cheese (at room temperature)
The rest of this recipe is to your taste.
chopped jalapeno peppers
juice from peppers
Old Bay Seasoning
grated Cheddar cheese
wooden skewers (for inserting in lobster tail)
Set oven on broil and allow to heat.
1) Mix cream cheese, crab meat, mayonnaise, garlic, peppers, juice, cheeses, Old Bay Seasoning; set aside for 15 minutes in refrigerator. Melt butter.
2) Split lobster cavity and tail, clean out insides. Crack lobster claws with small mallet, insert skewer into tail cavity to prevent tail from curling.
3) Stuff lobster cavity with crab meat
4) Sprinkle Old Bay onto stuffing and tail, then put melted butter over stuffing and tail.
5) Bake lobster for approximately 15 minutes or until stuffing heats through.