Hello! I hope you’re having a great weekend so far. Today I have collected several recipes for noodles. Noodles are found in so many cuisines, it's hard not to find a noodle to love! Today's round up of 6 Great Noodle Recipes includes recipes from a range of cuisines, including Japanese and Italian. Enjoy!
Today we have 6 Recipes Featuring noodles
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Today, I have a tomato-based soup with meatballs and pasta. It’s hearty and comforting. To make things even easier, I am using store bought, frozen meatballs. This recipe is really simple and it comes together in about 25-30 minutes. Maybe you want a grilled cheese sandwich on the side, that’s up to you… Let’s jump right in, it’s Easy Meatball Tomato Soup.
I am so excited to share this recipe with you today. Niku Udon is a Japanese Beef Noodle Soup, it’s super easy to make and has all the comforting goodness you want in a soup. The base is a savory and slightly sweet dashi broth. The soup is fortified with an umami-rich beef and onion mixture braised in sake, soy sauce and mirin. With thick and chewy udon noodles, this soup is addictive, warm and comforting on a cold wintry day. Let’s jump right in!
Last week we took a trip through the archives to bring you some of my favorite recipes from the past year. Today we are kicking off the week with a fresh recipe. A recipe perfectly at home in the colder weather, a hearty and meaty, meatless dish of Mixed Mushroom Stroganoff. This mushroom version of the classic Stroganoff is just as satisfying and just as rich, but since it’s veg-based, it feels a bit lighter.
Let’s kick off this week with a super simple, Easy Peanut Noodle Salad. I love this salad for lunch, it’s quick and easy to prepare. It’s also great as a light dinner, or side dish. It’s also easily customizable: I am using ramen noodles, but you can use spaghetti, rice noodles, soba noodles…you can swap the green cabbage for red; add cucumbers. You can even swap the peanut butter in the dressing for almond butter. Get creative!
Today we have a one pot pasta dish: Linguini with Pancetta and Broccolini. I really love these pasta dishes that utilize the pasta water to make a thin sauce that coats everything in delicious flavor and richness, but is not cream-based. The method is super simple and the results are amazingly light and fresh. So let’s get right to it!
Today’s recipe for Vegetable Yakisoba is not only super easy to prepare, it’s easy to customize too. If you want to add chicken – no problem! Yakisoba, “fried noodle”, is a Japanese stir-fried noodle dish that first appeared in food stalls in Japan in the 1930s. Interestingly, the noodles in Yakisoba are not the typical Japanese buckwheat soba noodles, they are Chinese wheat flour noodles. The noodles are stir fried with veggies and then mixed with a Worcestershire-like sauce. Yakisoba is savory, packed with umami and a wonderful variety of textures. Let’s stir fry some noodles!
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