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Thread: Whatevr Happened to Egg Noodles ?

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    Guest

    Default Whatevr Happened to Egg Noodles ?


    After an episode of "America's Test Kitchen",
    I decided to make a basic spaghetti sauce.
    .... crushed tomatoes, diced tomatoes, garlic, oil, etc.

    Time to boil up the pasta, and...disaster...
    no pasta in the house.
    But wait... here's a bag of egg noodles. ( close enuf )

    When all was said and done, it was one of the best
    pasta dishes I've eaten in a long time.

    The sauce with egg noodles was excellent !

    Except for the occasional Stroganov recipe, or chicken soup,
    I rarely see egg noodles as an ingredient.
    ???

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    aem Guest

    Default Re: Whatevr Happened to Egg Noodles ?

    On Dec 10, 9:04 am, "<RJ>" <baran...@gmail.com> wrote:
    [snip]
    > Except for the occasional Stroganov recipe, or chicken soup,
    > I rarely see egg noodles as an ingredient.
    > ???

    Now that winter is about to be here you can make more braises and
    stews, for which egg noodles are great. And homemade egg noodles are
    even better, for less effort than you might think. -aem

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    Andy Guest

    Default Re: Whatevr Happened to Egg Noodles ?

    "<RJ>" <[email protected]> wrote in
    news:[email protected]:

    > Whatevr



    "Whatevr"

    ???

    You've basically doomed your subject to a Usenet search failure from now
    until the end of time.

    Andy

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    Kent Guest

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    "<RJ>" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    >
    > After an episode of "America's Test Kitchen",
    > I decided to make a basic spaghetti sauce.
    > ... crushed tomatoes, diced tomatoes, garlic, oil, etc.
    >
    > Time to boil up the pasta, and...disaster...
    > no pasta in the house.
    > But wait... here's a bag of egg noodles. ( close enuf )
    >
    > When all was said and done, it was one of the best
    > pasta dishes I've eaten in a long time.
    >
    > The sauce with egg noodles was excellent !
    >
    > Except for the occasional Stroganov recipe, or chicken soup,
    > I rarely see egg noodles as an ingredient.
    > ???
    >
    >

    Egg noodles are excellent with Veal Marengo. We can get fresh egg pasta. It
    makes all the difference in the world.

    Kent




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    Kalmia Guest

    Default Re: Whatevr Happened to Egg Noodles ?

    On Dec 10, 12:04*pm, "<RJ>" <baran...@gmail.com> wrote:

    > Except for the occasional Stroganov recipe, or chicken soup,
    > I rarely see egg noodles as an ingredient.
    > ???


    I used em last night. Didn't feel like the same old mashed potatoes.
    I wanted a starch for my leftover chicken in marsala and
    mushrooms. Love those tiny noodles which take 3 minutes.
    Almost as quick as couscous, another starch quickie I like.

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    George Guest

    Default Re: Whatevr Happened to Egg Noodles ?

    On 12/10/2009 12:04, <RJ> wrote:
    >
    > After an episode of "America's Test Kitchen",
    > I decided to make a basic spaghetti sauce.
    > ... crushed tomatoes, diced tomatoes, garlic, oil, etc.
    >
    > Time to boil up the pasta, and...disaster...
    > no pasta in the house.
    > But wait... here's a bag of egg noodles. ( close enuf )
    >
    > When all was said and done, it was one of the best
    > pasta dishes I've eaten in a long time.
    >
    > The sauce with egg noodles was excellent !
    >
    > Except for the occasional Stroganov recipe, or chicken soup,
    > I rarely see egg noodles as an ingredient.
    > ???


    I thought your question was going to be why are all of the 1 lb egg
    noodle bags now 12 ounces.

    I use them frequently. My favorite dish with them is haluski. I also
    served them last night with some cubed pork, carrot and bell pepper
    curry I made.

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    George Guest

    Default Re: Whatevr Happened to Egg Noodles ?

    On 12/10/2009 12:24, aem wrote:
    > On Dec 10, 9:04 am, "<RJ>"<baran...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > [snip]
    >> Except for the occasional Stroganov recipe, or chicken soup,
    >> I rarely see egg noodles as an ingredient.
    >> ???

    > Now that winter is about to be here you can make more braises and
    > stews, for which egg noodles are great. And homemade egg noodles are
    > even better, for less effort than you might think. -aem


    I make knife cut egg noodles sometimes.

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    Sqwertz Guest

    Default Re: Whatevr Happened to Egg Noodles ?


    > Except for the occasional Stroganov recipe, or chicken soup,
    > I rarely see egg noodles as an ingredient.


    Egg noodles are called for in many casserole dishes. Take Tuna
    Noodle for example...

    -sw

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    Dave Smith Guest

    Default Re: Whatevr Happened to Egg Noodles ?

    <RJ> wrote:
    > After an episode of "America's Test Kitchen",
    > I decided to make a basic spaghetti sauce.
    > ... crushed tomatoes, diced tomatoes, garlic, oil, etc.
    >
    > Time to boil up the pasta, and...disaster...
    > no pasta in the house.
    > But wait... here's a bag of egg noodles. ( close enuf )
    >
    > When all was said and done, it was one of the best
    > pasta dishes I've eaten in a long time.
    >
    > The sauce with egg noodles was excellent !
    >
    > Except for the occasional Stroganov recipe, or chicken soup,
    > I rarely see egg noodles as an ingredient.



    Perhaps egg noodles are waning in popularity. They used to be plentiful
    in the supermarket, but there seems to be little shelf space for them
    these days.


    I sometimes make spaeztle instead of noodles. There are different ways
    to make it. You can make the batter tin and run it through a special
    spaetzle maker.You can make it a little thicker and dryer and cut it
    off, sliding it directly into the boiling water. A few months ago I
    tried something I saw on a cooking show where the guy rolled it out and
    cut it into large strips. more like rectangles. That worked great. It
    is easy to make, just egg, flour and milk with a little salt.

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    Ranee at Arabian Knits Guest

    Default Re: Whatevr Happened to Egg Noodles ?

    In article <[email protected]>,
    "<RJ>" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Except for the occasional Stroganov recipe, or chicken soup,
    > I rarely see egg noodles as an ingredient.


    I use them when I make pork and sauerkraut, choucroute garnie and a
    nice meatball with green bean dish I make. I make them (seasoned with
    lemon juice, chives or dill and pepper) when I make chicken stew.

    Regards,
    Ranee @ Arabian Knits

    "She seeks wool and flax, and works with willing hands." Prov 31:13

    http://arabianknits.blogspot.com/

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    Ranée at Arabian Knits Guest

    Default Re: Whatevr Happened to Egg Noodles ?

    In article
    <[email protected]>,
    aem <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Now that winter is about to be here you can make more braises and
    > stews, for which egg noodles are great. And homemade egg noodles are
    > even better, for less effort than you might think. -aem


    They are great with beef stew or venison stew as well!

    Regards,
    Ranee @ Arabian Knits

    "She seeks wool and flax, and works with willing hands." Prov 31:13

    http://arabianknits.blogspot.com/

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    Melba's Jammin' Guest

    Default Re: Whatevr Happened to Egg Noodles ?

    In article <[email protected]>,
    "<RJ>" <[email protected]> wrote:
    > Except for the occasional Stroganov recipe, or chicken soup,
    > I rarely see egg noodles as an ingredient.
    > ???


    HOTDISH, RJ!

    --
    -Barb, Mother Superior, HOSSSPoJ
    http://web.me.com/barbschaller - Who Said Chickens Have Fingers?
    10-30-2009

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    gloria.p Guest

    Default Re: Whatevr Happened to Egg Noodles ?

    Dave Smith wrote:
    > <RJ> wrote:


    >>
    >> Except for the occasional Stroganov recipe, or chicken soup,
    >> I rarely see egg noodles as an ingredient.

    >
    >
    > Perhaps egg noodles are waning in popularity. They used to be plentiful
    > in the supermarket, but there seems to be little shelf space for them
    > these days.
    >
    >



    Because they contain (GASP!) Dreaded Egg Yolks and people are
    still deathly afraid of cholesterol.

    There is a "No Yolk" brand, but they taste like cardboard.

    gloria p

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    Becca Guest

    Default Re: Whatevr Happened to Egg Noodles ?

    Sqwertz wrote:
    > Egg noodles are called for in many casserole dishes. Take Tuna
    > Noodle for example...
    >
    > -sw
    >


    Nancy's short ribs recipe uses egg noodles, I took her advice and used
    more than the recipe called for. My mother used them when she made
    chicken and noodles. I have not had that in a long time.


    Becca

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    jmcquown Guest

    Default Re: Whatevr Happened to Egg Noodles ?

    "Ranée at Arabian Knits" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > In article
    > <[email protected]>,
    > aem <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> Now that winter is about to be here you can make more braises and
    >> stews, for which egg noodles are great. And homemade egg noodles are
    >> even better, for less effort than you might think. -aem

    >
    > They are great with beef stew or venison stew as well!
    >
    > Regards,
    > Ranee @ Arabian Knits
    >
    > "She seeks wool and flax, and works with willing hands." Prov 31:13
    >
    > http://arabianknits.blogspot.com/



    I love egg noodles, plain, tossed with butter & S&P. I wish I could still
    have them tossed with poppy seeds. Unfortunately, my diverticulitis
    prevents me from doing that

    Jill


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    l, not -l Guest

    Default Re: Whatevr Happened to Egg Noodles ?


    On 10-Dec-2009, "<RJ>" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Except for the occasional Stroganov recipe, or chicken soup,
    > I rarely see egg noodles as an ingredient.
    > ???


    Though I don't have recipes that actually call for them, I regularly make
    dishes using egg noodles - I prefer the widest available. Since
    Thanksgiving (US), I have made two dishes with them. The first was a
    turkey noodle casserole to use the last of the turkey scraps (as opposed to
    slices suitable for sandwiches); I cooked the noodles in the last of the
    turkey broth (from boiling down the carcass). After the noodles were done,
    I removed them from the broth, tossed them with the turkey scraps and
    left-over mixed vegetables. I then reduced the broth, until there it was
    only a cup or so in volume; put everything in a casserole, topped it with a
    fifty-fifty mix of Progresso Plain Bread Crumbs and grated romano cheese and
    baked at 350F for about 45 minutes.

    The other dish was an ad hoc "cajun" dish made by tossing wide noodles and
    pieces of andouille sausage into a spicy, cheesey, cream sauce; it was a
    quick meal for a miserably cold and ugly night.
    --
    Change Cujo to Juno in email address.

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    l, not -l Guest

    Default Re: Whatevr Happened to Egg Noodles ?


    On 10-Dec-2009, Dave Smith <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Perhaps egg noodles are waning in popularity. They used to be plentiful
    > in the supermarket, but there seems to be little shelf space for them
    > these days.


    They seem popular enought here (suburb of STL) most stores carry them in 3
    or 4 sizes, plus NoYolk noodles. They do tend to be bottom shelf items, not
    eye-level, for some reason.
    --
    Change Cujo to Juno in email address.

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    Rob Guest

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    jmcquown wrote:
    >
    >
    > I love egg noodles, plain, tossed with butter & S&P. I wish I could
    > still have them tossed with poppy seeds. Unfortunately, my
    > diverticulitis prevents me from doing that
    >
    > Jill


    Doesn't your vodka dissolve the poppy seeds?

    Rob

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    cybercat Guest

    Default Re: Whatevr Happened to Egg Noodles ?


    "Becca" <[email protected]> wrote
    > Nancy's short ribs recipe uses egg noodles, I took her advice and used
    > more than the recipe called for. My mother used them when she made
    > chicken and noodles. I have not had that in a long time.
    >

    I use them in spinach and noodles with parmesan cheese.



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    Old Harley Rider Guest

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    Rob wrote:
    > jmcquown wrote:
    >>
    >>
    >> I love egg noodles, plain, tossed with butter & S&P. I wish I could
    >> still have them tossed with poppy seeds. Unfortunately, my
    >> diverticulitis prevents me from doing that
    >>
    >> Jill

    >
    > Doesn't your vodka dissolve the poppy seeds?
    >
    > Rob


    Hello Rob:
    I have diverticulosis also. Diverticulitis is when the diverticulosis
    becomes infected. I used to eat a lot of pasta but don't anymore. I
    found rice noodles solved the problem. I bought a Ronco pasta maker, I
    make my own pasta with rice flour. I've adjusted my diet accordingly so
    I haven't had any discomfort for about 9 years now....
    Ron....
    --
    GOD rides a Harley,
    Can you see Him?

    Skype <fxdlrider2>

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