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Made this as a side for slow cooker pot roast, which came out really yummy. Followed the recipe exactly with the addition of garlic powder & changing the cheese from Parm. to Romano. This is a keeper in my recipe file. Thank you for an awesome recipe.
It turned out awesome. I didn’t have egg noodles and only had elbow
Do you use real grated cheese or the kind of the shelf in jar?
Always the real stuff.
These were great and easy. I added a dab of cayenne pepper to mine just for a little kick. Thanks for sharing a great recipe.
Just to let you know – I made these tonight ( adding 1 tbsp or so of chopped shallot ) and my husband said that he didn’t know what I had done but the noodles were perfect. Thank you for the recipe.
I would make them from time to time, but lately my family has been requesting them more often. Fast and simple for a weeknight, what’s not to love!
I love buttered noodles, but it will taste better if you take a cast iron frying pan and melt the butter in it, then take and pour in some itialan style bread crumbs and brown them, then add the noodles and toss together
We love buttered noodles. I usually fry some bacon, press it on paper towels, chop it finely, add quite a bit more Parmesan cheese. Toss all together. It is still my kids favorite meal… and they are in their thirties.
My grandmother would make something like this but she’d cut plain sandwich bread into little pieces and fry that in the butter until crispy before tossing it into the noodles. That little extra dimension made it twice as good!
We love buttered noodle also and sometimes I will add minced garlic in the jar to it. Family loves it this way also. I have also added Italian seasoning along with butter and garlic..I never use anything but real butter in my cooking.
I confess. I’ve never made buttered noodles before! Not even sure I’ve ever eaten them before… Nonetheless, was won over by both your comments and the pictures, so I’m going to try it next week for Rosh Ha’Shana.
One question, though – if there are any leftovers, will they keep in the fridge till the next day?
Wish me luck!
Hi Arlene, they’ll keep for several days in the fridge. I just reheat them in the microwave.