The Comprehensive Guide to the Health Benefits of Egg Noodles [AI Article]

Egg noodles, a cherished component in various culinary traditions, offer more than just a satisfying taste; they are a conduit for nutritional benefits that can contribute significantly to one’s diet. These noodles, crafted from a simple mixture of wheat flour and eggs, boast a versatility that allows them to be seamlessly integrated into numerous dishes, ranging from comforting soups to robust stir-fries.

Nutritional Profile
Egg noodles are frequently enriched, meaning they have been fortified with additional vitamins and minerals to bolster their nutritional impact. A single cup of cooked, enriched egg noodles typically comprises: Continue reading “The Comprehensive Guide to the Health Benefits of Egg Noodles [AI Article]”

How to cook Egg Noodles in a Microwave

This is actually easier than it sounds. Normally you boil them in a pan of water for about 3-5minutes.

To do this in a microwave, all you need is…….

1) A Packet of dried Egg Noodles (e.g. Blue Dragon brand)

2) A Kettle full of boiling water

3) A Pyrex Glass Bowl

4) Some flavourings (optional)

5) A Microwave

Put the kettle on to boil (making sure it has water in it), place the nest of noodles in the bottom of the bowl.

At this stage you can add your flavourings to make the noodles more interesting. I like to use curry powder to make curried noodles, but you can also put things like a generous nob of butter, maybe some Oregano…. anything you can think of. You can even Bisto gravy granules to turn the dish into “Noodles in Gravy”, or stock cubes too, though they tend to be a bit salty.

Pour enough boiling water over the noodles to cover them (that’s why you use a bigger bowl for this), and place them in the microwave.

Cook them in the microwave at all power for 3mins 30secs.

Once done, lift the bowl out of the microwave (it’ll be hot), and use a fork to pluck the noodles out of the bowl and to the plate or cereal bowl or whatever you’re serving them in/on.