Servings: four as a main course.
This dish is essentially a baked version of fettuccine alfredo; you can’t help but notice the similarity when you take the first bite.
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Excellent! Definitely not enough for four main dishes though. Six light side dishes would be more like it. I added some chicken broth, reduced with garlic and rosemary (and discarded), then added some chopped rosemary since I wanted the flavors of another dish I make with the flexibility of a larger group baked pasta.
One of our favorites. Like other reviewers, I prepare it in one big batch rather than in separate bowls. I usually add some freshly ground black pepper to go along with the white, and a *bit* more cheese than the recipe calls for. :-)
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