[FHCx346] National Noodle Ring Day

IT’S NATIONAL NOODLE RING DAY!

We didn’t know what a noodle ring was before this food holiday challenge. Apparently lots of cultures use the ring form to make baked noodles, ranging from Italian (timballo, if that counts) to Ashkenazi (kugel in ring form). We like noodles well enough, and have enjoyed them plenty throughout the year like Noodle Day, but today was a special challenge to try something new. We lifted this recipe and gave it a shot.

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You remember Bundt Day, right…?

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A whole bunch of stuff (go read the recipe!). Most of the flavor comes from a can of cream of mushroom soup, the cheese, and the broccoli…

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With some strong help from Lipton’s Onion Soup mix. This stuff is the business. We’d make anything with it.

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Cook a bunch of egg noodles and then pour them in. 

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Should we just eat it as is?

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Pack it into the pan. Set into 350F for almost an hour. We ended up doing about 55 minutes.

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Drumroll pleeeeease!

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Tada!

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What it looks like at a cross-section.

It tasted like cheesy onion-y cream of mushroom stuff. Best part was that SP worked with SPom and SPad to make it, and then got to serve it with AKma and AKpa. Family gathering for the win!

Tomorrow is National Ambrosia Day and National Gingerbread House Day.

-SPAK

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