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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
      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
      1 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.
      Comments 4 Comments
      1. magpaine's Avatar
        magpaine -
        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
        jj2020 -
        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
        FreebieQueen -
        no, it's not really suppose to cover the noodles. That's why you need to cover it tight.
      1. jj2020's Avatar
        jj2020 -
        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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