Buttered noodles with Parmesan cheese is a simple meal that is also very quick and easy to prepare.
Fried buttered noodles, using egg noodles, are quick and easy to prepare and are a great accompaniment to roast beef.
My friend Anna makes the most amazing and easy meatballs with gravy! Prepared in a slow cooker, this recipe couldn't be any easier! Serve over buttery hot cooked noodles and you'll have a happy crowd! Mangia!
I was little surprised when I came across this recipe ! I always thought adding some butter and some Parmesan cheese to your pasta is what everybody does when you don't have any kind of pasta sauce to go with your pasta or you have a picky eater to feed ! I just realized it was a pasta dish with its own name and own recipe ! Anyway, I went ahead and tried it following the exact recipe and It was very good. And so was the similar pasta dish I used to make that didn't have a name and with just eyeballed ingredients..
These noodles are just down-home awesome. My mom would make this growing up, I would make this a lot in college, and I still make it every now and then when I'm looking for something simple to make. These noodles are so versatile. You could easily tweak this with ingredients you like. I sometimes add crushed red pepper, other times I add dried minced garlic, or fresh minced herbs. The sky's the limit really! This last time I did half butter, half truffle oil - delicious!!! This recipe makes 8 very small side servings, so plan accordingly.
This quick and easy Amish buttered egg noodle recipe uses just four simple ingredients for tasty results.
I needed a simple and quick side dish that wasn’t rice (both my kids made it clear they were sick of rice) and I was out potatoes. The only pasta I had on had was some rotini noodles and they worked great! While the pasta was cooking I tossed a little garlic in a pan with the butter to add extra flavour. When it was all done I chopped up a little leftover fresh parsley and chives (had to use them up before they turned). This is a simple and delicious recipe ... it’s simply delicious! It’s easy to change up to suit your family’s or your individual taste.
This is my late mother-in-laws recipe for noodles -- her favorite for flavor and because they don't spring back when you roll them. At every family gathering she'd make the best Chicken and Noodles, dropping her prepared noodles into homemade chicken broth along with shredded cooked chicken, then serving them over mashed potatoes. I've made them many times and everyone loves them. When making multiple batches, and lacking counter space, I hang the rounds on clean plastic hangers to dry.
This is really great. I love the gentle flavors, nothing overwhelms anything else. I made it as written and served it with smoked sausage and green beans and onions all fried together.