Ingredients

How to make it

  • Saute onions and add to cream cheese, cottage cheese, egg, basil and salt and pepper. Spread half of this mixture on half of the noodles. Combine soup, milk, wine and stir in seafood. Spoon half of this mixture on top of other mixture. Repeat these layers. Sprinkle with Parmesan and cheddar cheeses. Bake uncovered for 45 minutes at 350 F. Brown under broiler for a few minutes. Let stand 15 minutes or so before serving.

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  • bluemedusa 3 years ago
    What is creamed cottage cheese? Just cottage cheese blended until smooth?
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    suzzles ate it and said...
    Love the story. In the fist year of our marriage my husband bought me a cast iron fry pan for a birthday gift. He came close to wearing in on his head, I was so upset. So, every birthday he buys me those slinky little outfits that don't fit because I'm no longer a size small. HEE, HEE
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    raelene1951 ate it and said...
    Love the story and the recipe! Thanks so much.
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  • krumkake 6 years ago
    Don't know what I like better - the recipe or the story behind it...I think most of us can relate to those "differences of opinion" that got us into hot water over the course of a long (or short!) marriage!!!! Thanks for sharing BOTH with us...Krum
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  • moroccanlady 6 years ago
    Crazy and yet fun engagement story:)
    thanks for the recipe dear, will try the recipe when my sweetheart visits, and will share the funny story:)

    check the moroccan soup i just posted, i am sure you will love it:)
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  • toleliz 6 years ago
    This looks delicious! I had to chuckle at the story of the engagement ring, sounds like something that my husband would do too. We had a difference of opinion on our Honeymoon. We were headed to Key West but first we stopped at Disney World in Orlando-this was in 73 just the year after it opened. Anyway-I guess I was already a food nut back then but I found a cast iron Aebelskiver pan in a gift shop in the morning before the park opened(an old boyfriend was Danish and his mother made these little "pancake balls" with jam in the centre in this type of a pan)Garry said that we'd get it on the way out of the park in the evening and I thought that he was just saying that and hopefully I'd forget all about it by the evening (which was true BTW)I insisted on getting it then and there and he said we could but that I'd have to carry it. Do you know, he was true to his word-he carried my sweater, the camera (a big SLR), our tote bag, my purse-everything but that damn pan. Do you know how heavy that was by the end of the day? Did I mention that it was cast iron? Now.. in 35 years do you know how many times I've used it? 3 times! It is precioius though-it makes us laugh and remember everytime we come accross it and it reminds me how stubborn we both can get sometimes.
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    " It was excellent "
    mjcmcook ate it and said...
    Hello...
    I Love this recipe! All creamy with the
    seafood and wine!
    A "5" Forks!
    What an engagement story!
    ...mjcmcook....
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