The best part of baked pasta is all the crispy corners and bits of broiled cheese, and cooking it in a bundt pan lets you maximise that joy.
As Justin Chapple shows us in the video above, a bundt pan provides a ton of surface area for your pasta loaf to get crispy on, while keeping the interior noodles nice and tender. To make your own, combine cooked pasta (about 400g) with four 3/4 cups of cheese — Justin uses a mixture of fontina, cheddar, and parm — 1 1/2 cups whole milk, three eggs and salt and pepper to taste.
Stir it all up, transfer the noodles to a greased bundt pan, and bake at 220°C until the cheese is all nice and bubbly.
How to Make Bundt Pan Pasta [Mad Genius Tips | Food & Wine]