|Nothing Should Die, That I Might Live|
|by Josephine Bohen|
Recipes and commentary from a vegetarian kitchen. 'Nothing Should Die, That I Might Live', explores one person's decision to become 'meat free'.
1 - 10 of 202 for easy egg noodles
Note: this makes ... milk makes the noodles so tender they ... Carefully the crack egg shell- put egg ... main dish. Also good served with mashed potatoes.
On a clean ... the bottom. Break eggs into the center. ... thin. If cutting noodles by hand, roll ... until tender, but still slightly chewy (al dente).
Cook and drain noodles. Separate tuna ... tuna mixture in a baking dish. Sprinkle top with paprika. Bake at 375 degrees for 25 minutes. Makes 6 servings.
Put flour in ... well. Put the eggs in the well. ... When dry ut with knife into desired thickness. Let noodles dry completely. Cook in boiling salt water.
Mix up and roll thin on floured board and cut in strips and boil in chicken broth or beef broth. (No need to dry them out before cooking if you don't ...
Prepare noodles as directed. Fry ... tablespoon oil. Drain noodles add beef (can add oil too), soup and sour cream. This is better served the next day.
Note: 1 pkg. ... for canned. Boil noodles as directed on ... into a 13x9 baking pan, spreading cheese on top. Bake in oven at 350 degrees until melted.
This simple recipe ... meal, prepare enough noodles for a generous ... flavor. A garlicked string bean is the best vegetable served to complete this meal.
Boil egg noodles until done; drain. ... top and bake in the oven JUST for a couple minutes until the cheese melts. Overcooking will make tuna dry. Enjoy!
Stove Top preparation: Start boiling noodles (direction on package). ... you don't have egg noodles on hand, ... is quick and easy and the family ... cheese! It tastes home-made!
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