11 April 2011

Noddle pudding with panko and basil









Dearies this dish is absolutely nice and yummy comfort food, when we eat the other day I think was the best definition.
Goes with panko and I understan why I love panko  so much is the best for this type of food and is so light and nice.
Panko may sound exotic and unusual, but it's simply the Japanese version of breadcrumbs. However, their flakiness makes them crispier than standard breadcrumbs, and they tend to be healthier because they absorb less oil. Panko makes delicious breading for chicken, fish or seafood; or makes a great topping for lasagna or casseroles.


This recipe is adapted from http://goodhousekeeping.com/  .




Íngredients

1 cup panko bread crumbs
1 tablespoon  butter, melted
400 grs. eggs noddles cooked and drained
1 cup sour cream or greek yogurt
1/2 cup heavy cream
1/2 cup grated parmesan cheese
1 medium onion chopped
1 teaspoon of salt
2 tablespoon of chopped basil
1 tablespoon  of red pepper chopped

Method

Boil and drain the noddles.
Preheat the oven at 200 ° c.
In a small bowl  toss panko
with melted butter and set aside.
Butter six  1 cup ramekins.

In a large bowl combine noddles, 1 cup of sour cream or yogurt, the heavy cream, parmensan cheese and onion chopped, red pepper, basil  and salt. Mix all.

Divide noddle mixture between prepared ramekins and top with reserved panko bread and butter.
Bake for 45 minutes or when look crips and golden.
garnish with basil. and  sprinkle with cheese  over the ramekins.
Serve hot.










EN ESPAÑOL

Budin de fideos con panko y albahaca al horno







Este plato es lo que se llama comfort food, algo delicioso pero no complicado e ideal para comer en cualquier momento.
Un plus es que a los niños les encanta (comprobado)
Uno muchas veces tiene fideos y los hace tal cual con huevo o con otra cosa.
Esto le da un toque distinto y que vaya al horno es delicioso.
Yo usé corbatitas, pero pueden ser caracoles o los que tengan.
Lleva panko que ya expliqué en una receta anterior que se encuentra en las tiendas orientales (o naturales) que es una especie de migas de pan suaves y deshidratadas, pero tambien se puede usar pan rallado.
Más adelante si no encuentran albahaca fresca se puede hacer con albahaca deshidratada.
(En el  Jumbo debe haber panko tambien)

Esta receta está adaptada de http://goodhousekeeping.com/ 

Ingredientes

1 taza de panko o 3/4  taza pan rallado
1 cucharada de mantequilla derretida
400 grs. de fideos tipo corbatitas o caracolas
cocidos y escurridos
1 taza de sour cream o yogurt natural
1/2 taza de crema espesa
1/2 taza de queso parmesano rallado
1 cebolla mediana picada
1 cucharadita de sal
2 cucharadas de albahaca picada
1 cucharada de pimiento rojo picado

Preparación

Cocer los fideos al dente, drenar y reservar.
Precalentar el horno a 200 °c.
Mezclar en un bol el panko (o pan rallado con la mantequilla derretida)
Reservar.
Enmantequillar pocillos de greda o cerámica.

En un bol más grande mezclar los fideos, la sour cream o yogurt, la crema, el queso rallado, la albahaca picada,la cebolla,  sal y el pimiento rojo. Mezclar bien.

Repartir esta mezcla en los pocillos de greda o cerámica.
Repartir el panko con la mantequilla sobre la mezcla.
Llevar a hornbo por unos 45 minutos o hasta que esté ligeramente dorado.
Adornar con hojas de albahaca y espolvorear con queso rallado.
Buen provecho!

50 comments:

  1. Very interesting, I love this recipe especially as it is presented Gloria! I note! I wish you a good Monday my dear friend! Caro B. xxx

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  2. Love the sound and look of this dish!

    Maria
    x

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  3. This looks like the kind of comfort food which I would like. I always noodles dish as compared to rice. ;) Have a spendid day ahead! Xx

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  4. una bella e gustosa ricetta! bravissima

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  5. Muy rico ideal para el otoño y interesante tu información sobre el panko.
    Besos

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  6. Looks so very good and not one bit fattening! True comfort food.
    Rita

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  7. Que delicioso se ve!!.....y con albahaca.....como se nota el cambio de estacion./.....aca ya empezamos a cocinar cosas mas frescas y bastanmte ensalada....el calor esta fuerte!!.....te quedo riquisima.....Abrazotes, Marcela

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  8. mmmmmmmmmmm....deve essere squisito!!!complimenti!

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  9. Yo no soy muy amiga de los fideos, me aburren así que te agradezco esta presentación distinta Gloria. Se ve muy rico!

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  10. Gloria, talk about comfort food! This is the best! Lovely photos too.

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  11. Je n'ai jamais utilisé le panko en dessert. C'est une très bonne idée.
    Je note ta recette.
    A très bientôt.

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  12. Gloria! Hasta que me vas a hacer buscar el famoso panko, creo que lo he visto por ahí donde compro los productos naturales. Besitos

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  13. Looks and sounds delicious!

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  14. I have been wanting to try those Japanese bread crumbs for some time now. They are pretty hard to find here though...

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  15. I've recently been "turned on" to Panko and I must say, Gloria, it really does wonders for crispness and a delicate crust.

    The other night when I made Chicken Francese, I added about 1/4 cup of flour to the Panko fearing the cutlets wouldn't be crispy. Lo and behold, they were and the sauce had just the right creaminess.

    Your recipe looks fabulous and sounds wonderful. Oh goodie, another reason to Panko!!!

    Thanks for sharing...

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  16. Que rica receta! no tardaré en hacerla. Besos

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  17. Love, LOVE, LOOOOVE panko Gloria and these tasty little bread puddings sound fabulous! I can't wait to give them a try! First, though, I will have to order me some Panko online! Love you much. xxoo

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  18. I've never heard of a noodle pudding before but it sounds delicious!

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  19. What a lovely, creamy noodle dish! I love the addition of fresh basil...yum!!!! Happy Tuesday to you :)

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  20. Caroline, tahnks so much! gloria

    Thanks a lot María, huggs, gloria

    Thanks a lot Corine,is really comfort foods. gloria

    Puffin, thanks a lot, gloria

    Gracias Annie, prueba el Panko, es really delicious! gloria

    Thanks a lot, Rita I love comfort food, gloria

    Gracias Marcela acá recién llega el otoño, me gusta el otoño, admeás este año el calor ha sido horroroso, besos, gloria

    Grazie Federica, xx gloria

    Pilar, quedan muy buenos, gloria

    Lyndsey I love comfort food, gloria

    Merci nadji mon amio, a bientot gloria

    Pamela, ven el Jumbo o tiendas orientales (chinas) en esas partes he comprado, xx gloria

    Thanks a lot Pam, gloria

    Aaron dis you see in oriental stores?? here we have a lot and friends of mine buy them in internet, huggs, gloria

    I think Louise when someone try Panko is indispensable, I love more than normal breadcrumbs,is really more light.
    thanks for stopping by, gloria

    Gracias Rosana, x gloria

    oh Marie Love Panko too when you try never forget, Im glad you love this, send huggs and I love yah! gloria

    Thanks Joanne, is yummy, gloria

    Thanks Lizzy I love basil too! gloria

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  21. Hey Gloria,

    yummy and tasty dish...

    Dr.Sameena@

    http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com/

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  22. Come mi piacciono queste ricette comfort, deliziosa un abbraccio ciao

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  23. A yummy recipe! Great flavors. Perfect with a little salad.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  24. Sounds so creamy and delicious, and with the panko crumb topping... definitely a wonderful comfort food :)

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  25. very interesting and crispy noddles

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  26. This recipe appeals me so much!
    I have to try also this one!:))
    I have so lot to learn and taste!
    Barbara

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  27. Gloria, what a nice and comforting pasta dish...creamy and yummie :-) Have a great week ahead :-)

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  28. Hola Gloria!! Otra vez el panko por aquí ;) Como te dijo Pamela, me tendré que poner a buscarlo.
    Me encanta la pasta al horno y con crema. Esta receta se ve buenísima.

    Un abrazo
    http://elpuntodelcaramelo.blogspot.com

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  29. This is a delicious way of preparing egg noodles. Using panko breadcrumbs is a great idea! Thank you for sharing!

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  30. Such tempting little casseroles...I love the individual servings...they sound so tasty :D

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  31. Thanks Dr. Samenaa, gloria

    Grazie Stefanía, bacio, gloria

    Thanks Rosa, x gloria

    Thanks Magic of Spice, love panko, gloria

    Thanks Santosh, x gloria

    Thanks Barbara, but yo make awesome oastas, I know, gloria

    Thanks so much Juliana, is yummy, gloria

    Nathalia cuando pruebes el Panko me entenderás. prueba a encontrarlo en negocios naturales u orientales, gloria

    Thanks Kitchen flavours, gloria

    Girlchef I love little casseroles too, x gloria

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  32. I love adding panko crumbs to my dishes! It's light airy and flaky, and adds such a wonderful texture. It looks like this was a good contrast to the soft creamy noodles.

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  33. Oooh...these look yummy! Thanks for sharing. I've never cooked w/Panko before. I'll have to try it.

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  34. Me gusta mucho la cocina confort y este plato es una especie de veriante del Mac´cheese, no??
    Sabes quien lo comera esta noche??, si! ,mis niñas lo probaran esta noche..y yo no porque por la noche ceno muy poco (cosa de mantenerme mas o menos!)
    Es una receta perfecta..me gusta que tomen los hidratos antes de dormir...calma a las pequeñas fieras!!!
    Mil besitos querida Gloria!!!!!

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  35. Thanks Christine I love Panko too!, gloria

    Thanks Alicia is typical comfort food you know is simple and delicious! Believe me you will love panko!huggs gloria


    Hola Juani, el día que lo hice se lo comieron en un dos por tres! (así decimos aqui) y tambien comí uno (al almuerzo) y estaba muy bueno, es fácil y delicioso y lo pudes hacer con pan rallado si no tienes panko, un beso, gloria

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  36. Gloria, these individual ramekins would make the perfect entrée...great idea for my next get together ;o)

    Ciao for now and flavourful wishes,
    Claudia

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  37. This recipe is very interesting. Love the idea of using Panko and noodles.

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  38. These look great! I love that they are individually portioned! :)

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  39. a perfect dinner idea, and handy to place in fridge for a quick lunch!!

    sweetlife

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  40. What lovely little puddings. Looks like a great way to use panko.

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  41. We call this Noodle Kugel and I love it. IT is rich and creamy.

    Would you link it up to Let's Do Brunch.

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  42. I love savory puddings and yours sounds delicious. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  43. Thanks to all of you for your lovely comments! xxgloria

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  44. I have never thought of using panko this way :-)

    ciao
    Alessandra

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  45. Another recipe of yours I am bookmarking. Thank you for finding this and sharing. It looks irresistible!

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  46. i enjoy a good savory pudding every now and again. i love the basil in this--what a great touch!

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  47. This sounds really delicious. I love how you bake the noodles! Thank you so much for sharing your recipe with Let's Do Brunch. This week's linky is up now so do hope you will come along and join in again.

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  48. What a delightful twist! I would never have thought to use noodles in this way. Thanks for sharing the recipe with the Hearth and Soul Hop.

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  49. BTW, I am your latest follower. i look forward to reading more of your posts.

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  50. Thank you for sharing this with the Hearth and Soul blog hop - it really does look wonderful!

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