chef, cook, someone who tries to put a well rounded meal on the table, I often need to think up some tasty side dishes to go along with my meals. This family LOVES their carbs, but you can only have mashed potatoes so many times in a week. Fortunately, I discovered egg noodles from Pennsylvania Dutch.
About Pennsylvania Dutch
Pennsylvania Dutch has a variety of egg noodles you can cook up to serve alongside your meals. From homestyle to fine to Bott Bie (for pot pies) they are a great solution for a side dish. While pasta is typically made from wheat, egg noodles are usually made from eggs and wheat. (By the way, Pennsylvania Dutch offers Whole Grain and yolk Free pastas as well.) The addition of the eggs not only makes the noodles a richer color, but adds more flavor as well.
I decided to serve the Pennsylvania Dutch Fine Egg Noodles with some pork chops. These noodles are perfect for stir fry dishes or soups, but I thought the tiny noodles would make the dish more “fun” for people to eat. Because they’re so thin, they cook up in a flash – just 4 minutes in boiling water.
The noodles were the perfect side dish for the meal. They were flavorful and tender and tasted great with the pork and the green beans.
Another great way to use Pennsylvania Dutch noodles would be to serve it with a thick stew or even chili. For those types of meals, you’ll want to use the thicker egg noodles, such as the Homestyle or Medium Egg Noodles. You can either make your own or use a canned stew. Cook both up and then top the noodles with the stew. That’s next on my “to cook” list. Make sure you check out the Pennsylvania Dutch recipe section for more recipe ideas.
Pennsylvania Dutch noodles are currently available in grocery stores nation-wide. Before you head to the store, make sure you head over to the Pennsylvania Dutch Facebook page to download a coupon for $1.00 off your next Pennsylvania Dutch purchase!
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The WiC Project Pennsylvania Dutch Giveaway
One winner will receive free noodles for a year! (That’s 24 FREE coupons for Pennsylvania Dutch Noodles.)
Disclaimer: This post consists of my (and/or fellow tester) opinions only. Your experiences may be different. No compensation was given for this review/giveaway. I did receive a free product from the manufacturer or their representing PR agency to use and test for the purposes of this review. This did not affect the outcome of this review.