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    • Seasoned Noodle Mix

      Seasoned Noodle Mix (Like the packets you buy)


      2 T chicken bouillon granules
      2 T dried parsley flakes
      1 T dried minced onion
      ¼ tsp black pepper
      Combine all ingredients in a med size ziploc bag and shake well. Store until needed.


      To Use:
      Pour 2 cups of (uncooked) Noodles in a greased 9x9 baking dish. Pour the following over the Noodles:
      1 teaspoon butter or margarine
      1¼ cups boiling water
      1 1/2 Tbsp. Seasoning Mix


      Bake, Covered, at 350° for 15 minutes. After 15 minutes, stir. Bake an additional 5 if needed. Or cook on the stovetop the usual way.
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      Comments 4 Comments
      1. magpaine's Avatar
        I made this tonight for dinner; the noodles were so savory and flavorful! AND I have an extra batch of the mix for another night. I love these mix recipes!
      1. jj2020's Avatar
        got a question, is the water surpose to cover the noodles? I made these last night, they turned out great, but i had trouble figuring out measurement for the noodles, measuring cups don't work with noodles. I'd appreciate any feedback, thanks
      1. FreebieQueen's Avatar
        no, it's not really suppose to cover the noodles. That's why you need to cover it tight.
      1. jj2020's Avatar
        Thanks for the input, i figured out a system for measuring the noodles, I bought a box of hamburger helper, dumped the noodles in a sandwich bag and marked it with a blk marker! Now all I do is line up my sandwich bags and mark them for the noodles for seasoned noodles and hamburg helper! done deal!

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