altough Ive had egg noodles mixed with many things from faux lasange to tuna casserole we primarily serve it drenched in butter with a lil saltNpepper, Al’s idea has me rummaging through the pantry…
Oh my God, that sounds good. Here I was trying to get creative and that sounds so much better. I think I’m gonna go home from work tonight and do just that. So what if it’s after midnight.
Are you planning on using everything you listed?
I’m no gourmet, but I would say while the noodles are boiling, chop up everthing that needs to be chopped and microwave the peas. Then, when the noodles are done, drain them then put them back in the saucepan, add a little butter and cream (or leave the cream out and just use a small amount of butter if you want to keep it light) and then just add everything else to your taste. Oh, except the eggs. Leave them out, unless you want to get into a quiche-like thing or frittata, which I’m guessing you don’t because you originally said simple.
Just did it, but I used brown sugar… perfection!
Thank you sir,
C Turner Joy
Who makes Mullers? I can’t seem to find them on the web. TIA.
Nevermind. Looks like I was spelling it incorrectly.
Cook’em up soft, then toss’em in a frying pan with some butter. Brown them like you would Home fries, Dust with Cinnamon and sugar and enjoy.[:p]
C Turner Joy
A simple recipe?
Ingredients: butter, Boar’s Head sopressata(sp?) calabrese, eggs, pecorino romano, black olives, red pepper flakes, cream, frozen peas, dried shitakes.
What other ingredients do you plan to use?
Cream Soup and a can of tuna will give you a simple tuna casserole, and you can spice it up any way you please.
Some fried hamburger, cream of mushroom soup and a little sour cream, salt & pepper will give you a simple stroganoff.
Or, if you really want to be simple, butter, garlic salt & pepper. Cheese (parmasan, or any other kind you wish) if you want.
You could stir-fry some fresh or frozen vegetables in garlic and oil (if you have hot oil, even better) and put them on top of the noodles.
Does anyone have a simple recipe using this product? It’s what’s for dinner tonight.
Mueller’s egg noodles.
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