The cooler weather is also a great time for comfort foods. Comfort foods aren’t always the healthiest choices for Mom’s to serve up. Pennsylvania Dutch Noodles has a whole grain, yolk free pasta available for just the occasion. From soup to stroganoff, noodles have evolved to become staples of our favorite recipes and dishes.
It’s just not hip or chic to entertain guests, or your family on high priced staples. But it is possible to do so using Pennsylvania Dutch products.
Pennsylvania Dutch products has been around for nearly 100 years, their collection of noodles include something for everyone, and every occasion.
A couple of neat little facts I found on the Pennsylvania Dutch website –
Did you know that the first noodles cam from the Middle East in 5000 B.C., The far East is also credited as a hot-spot in noodle evolution. As early as 300 B.C., the Chinese used whole grain paste to make a noodle type food. 200 Years later, China’s neighbor Japan, began using buckwheat noodles as a staple of their tea ceremonies.
Today, families from all over the world enjoy noodles.
I wanted to see if anyone in my family of 5 could notice if I took a switch from regular noodles, to a healthier whole grain, and yolk free pasta. I made a big pot of spaghetti, did everything my usual way. Served the spaghetti, and no one noticed a taste difference. I guarantee that if I would have told hubby that the noodles he was about to eat were whole grain, and yolk free he would have refused to eat them. Too bad he doesn’t know all of the switches I have made with his food, including a switch with the Pennsylvania Dutch Noodles.
If you’re going to be cooking with pasta this Holiday Season, or after, I highly suggest you take a peek at Pennsylvania Dutch, they have recipes, a printable coupon, as well as tips on how to store noodle. It’s chocked full of info.
One of my favorite recipes from the Pennsylvania Dutch site I’m posting below. But don’t stop there. We’re going to need leftover recipes after large Holiday meals.
Country Style Ham and Noodles
Pennsylvania Dutch Broad Good Source of Whole Grain Yolk Free Pasta Ribbons
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Put your ham leftovers to good use in this country style noodle recipe.
Prep Time: 10 min
Cook Time: 15 min
* 12 oz. Pennsylvania Dutch Ribbons
* 1/4 pound butter
* 1/4 cup diced onions
* 1 cup green peppers, cut in thin strips
* 1 cup carrots, cut in thin strips
* 1 cup diced ham
* 1 cup grated Parmesan cheese
* Salt and pepper to taste
1. Cook pasta according to package directions. Reserve 1/2 cup pasta cooking water.
2. Heat butter in large skillet over medium heat. Cook and stir onions, peppers and carrots until tender-crisp. Add ham. Stir until heated through. Add noodles, pasta water and cheese. Blend well.
3. Season the mixture with salt and pepper to taste.