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My Mother’s Noodle Pudding

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Well, not my mother.  Elizabeth Bard’s mother


I’m pretty sure that noodle pudding was not in my mother’s repertoire.  I wish it had been, though.


Just like EB says in Lunch in Paris, it’s like a sweet lasagna:  raisins, egg noodles, and ricotta with sour cream.


And fold in some egg whites.  Thank God for my KitchenAid stand mixer.  Even back in the day when I would spend 90 minutes on the treadmill I wasn’t fit enough to whip egg whites by hand.


As suggested, lattice-shaped dusting of cinnamon.


I’m obviously quite impressed with my own handiwork.


EB recommends serving this with roast chicken.  I also whipped up some green beans tossed with walnuts and cranberries, and a little olive oil, of course.  My new favorite way with green beans.

Eat Well and Savor.



About Monica

A court reporter who likes to cook, and travel, and go to the spa, and read, and spoil her dog.

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