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Mushroom and Bacon Pasta Loaf

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Pasta is usually made so that you eat individual pasta pieces.

In this recipe it is made as a loaf, and gets sliced, almost like a cake.

I made it in a square type Corning Ware however it can be baked in a Pyrex dish or cake tin as well.

I used egg noodles which gave it a nice, rich taste. Ordinary taglliatelle noodles will also work well.

Preparation Time: 20 minutes
Cooking Time: 55 minutes
Makes: 6 servings

Bit of butter
10 rashers of shortcut bacon
410 g mushrooms, sliced
300 ml Carnation evaporated Milk
3 eggs, lightly beaten
½ cup chives, chopped
½ cup parsley, chopped
1 cup mozarella grated cheese
½ cup grated Parmesan cheese
300 g Tagliatelle egg noddles, just cooked
Pepper, to taste
½ cup EXTRA grated Parmesan cheese

Heat a bit of butter in a wok or large frying pan, and add the chopped bacon.
Cook it for about 5 minutes.

Cook it till it is slightly done like this

Heat oven to 170° for fan forced and 180 for non fan forced.
Add the mushrooms, stir and cook for about 4 more minutes.


Allow the mixture to cool.
Add the evaporated milk and all other ingredients except the extra cheese.
Mix thoroughly.
Arrange in a greased, or baking paper lined, round cake pan or similar, and pack mixture down firmly.


Add the extra cheese on top, and bake in oven for about 45 minutes.

Baked mushroom, bacon, pasta log

I ate it warm as a main meal and it can also be left for 2 - 3 hours or overnight to help it set better. It can be eaten at room temperature and will last for days.


Serve cut into wedges with either fresh fruit, vegetables or salad.

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Hi Finy, What could I substitute the bacon with? Or could I just leave it out? Thanks, Tess
I take it you mean for a vegetarian dish? there is not anything I can think of that would do the same, but salt would be one thing. Or prosciutto if you eat meat, or ham. Sorry, I cant be more help but the noodles go well with the salty bacon
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Thanks, Finy. Would it work with just cheese? (also salty). Tess.
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