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    • I love these noodles in my leftovers turkey soup. Left overs are Thanksgivings greatest gift (lol) I even throw leftover sausage stuffing in it. I wish I was still able to cook. Nursing homes are not conducive to cooking. Happly Holidays to all near and far.
  1. You are not going to believe this, but I just used these noodles for my dish on Saturday! I made my Crockpot Chicken Noodle Soup and these noodles tasted so good in it!
  2. As a kid, I loved to eat these noodles plain with some soy sauce, or buttered with a little Parmesan cheese!
  3. My daughter and I both adore No Yolks in Tuna Noodle Casserole, especially with lots of celery and with mushroom soup!
  4. I had to smile at your question about whether the No Yolks Noodles package looks familiar, because it's one of those staples I always have on hand. So yes, it's familiar! Tomorrow I'll be making one of my favorite comfort foods with it: Turkey Noodle Soup. Yes, I know Thanksgiving is coming up, but I couldn't resist buying a turkey when they first when on sale last week, and tomorrow is the day for making stock from the carcass, with delicious homemade turkey noodle soup soon to follow.
  5. I shared your Amish Yumasetti Casserole and the No Yolks promotion on Twitter. Here's the link to my tweet: https://twitter.com/NotherAnneOther/status/532189456305250304 Thanks!
  6. oUR FAMILY'S FAVORITE NO YOLKS COMFORT FOOD IS NO YOLKS NOODLES WITH ROASTED GARLIC ALFREDO SAUCE ON TOP AND IF WE ARE LUCKY ENOUGH TO AFFORD IT SOME BEEF TIPS ON TOP AS WELL. yOUR RECIPE LOOKS DELICIOUS THOUGH AND THINK I WILL TRY IT SOON.
  7. I've never tried No Yolks pasta, but I bet it would be good in macaroni and cheese or tuna noodle casserole--two of my favorites. I have never heard of Yumasetti (love the name!), but it has ingredients that my family likes so I think it would be a hit. And I love having leftovers! Thank you
  8. I keep mine simple with chicken and No Yolk noodles with lots of fresh pepper. Your recipe looks yummy, I will have to try it!
  9. As a food Historian, I make a version of Yumasetti., but entirely made from scratch. because my hubby has a salt restricted diet. The No Yolks noodles would be nice for this as well, and I'm planning to add leftover turkey in it.
  10. I like using No Yolks Noodles with leftover roast beef, a little gravy and some butter. It's a nice leftover meal.
  11. A favorite comfort food in our house is noodles with lots of butter and seasoned with salt and pepper. it makes a quick and tasty side dish.
  12. My favorite No Yolks comfort food is my homemade creamy chicken noodles. I've been making them since my kids were little. Now I make them for my grandsons. eswright18 at gmail dot com
  13. One of my favorites is Cheesy Noodles with lots of veggies mixed in with the chicken and noodles! Yummy and comforting :)
  14. This recipe sounds GREAT!!! For those of us who don't like sour cream, is there a substitute for it? Not sure about this, but would mayo work? Anyone have a suggestion? Thanks for any help with this. Stan
    • Hmmmmm....mayo would definitely give it a different flavor. Sometimes people use plain greek yogurt as a substitute for sour cream. That may work in this recipe, but I've not tried it. It would definitely cut down on fat and bump up the protein!
  15. You guys that is a great explanation. keep up the good work in your granite blog. Thank you very much!
  16. I made this this evening, but had to do a little tweeking, as I didn't have all of the ingredients on hand. I halved the recipe, so I used one can of cream of mushroom soup and 1/2 can of cream of celery soup. I also was out of onions (I can't imagine being out of such a staple, but alas, i was), so I used rehydrated minced onions. I was also out of frozen peas, so I used a cup of frozen mixed vegetables, I also added a cup of cheddar cheese to the casserole and sprinkled some parmesan cheese on the top with the breadcrumbs...it turned out GREAT

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