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In this video, Betty demonstrates her original Beautiful Buttery Brown Noodles recipe. It is quickest and easiest accompaniment ...
to any meal, and the flavor can't be beat!
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Beautiful Buttery Brown Noodles Recipe
Hi, I'm Betty. Welcome to Betty’s Kitchen. We’re going to be doing Betty’s buttery brown noodles. And I came up with this recipe because it was just so quick and easy and it makes a great substitute if you don’t have time to do potatoes or something like that with your meal, so for red noodles and they're going to brown noodles. What we need is can of beef and a can of beef broth. These are just normal condensed soups. I think there are 10 and a half ounce cans each. So I have taken two of those I've open around you can see already and I have the little style of that here. And a fairly large pot because this is going to has noodles in it. It’s going to boil and sometimes it would try to bubble over the top if don’t lack on space.
So all I have in there are those two cans, I'm going to add in one half steak margin. Now I call this buttery brown noodles so if you prefer butter put butter in there it will make a little bit difference in the taste and you might prefer that, so that’s your choice that we do need one half stick, which should be on quarter of a cup. So if I get this undone here, just going to drop in there because that’s hot and it will melt very fast. And this greases, you'll want that all. Now, for the noodle, what I have here is a 12 ounce package of egg free wide pasta ribbons. You don’t have to have to this kind of noodle any kind that you like will work.
We basically want to cook the noodle in it and just take a few minutes, I didn’t even read on here it’s not far between five and eight minutes probably we’ll have it then. Of course this takes free boiling and I had turned it down, it’s nothing that margarine right now, we’ll going to bring it back to boil. And if we could start it going now, that I want to do is pour half of this in. So I'm going to be using six ounces out of this 12 ounce back. And this is just big estimate, I'm just guessing at what I think has the back of this and pouring it right in there.
That looks like about half the bag so that’s all I need to do there. Now, I want to stir it around a little bit. We got margarine serves like cooking oil that sometime you not put in with tops that will keep it from sticking to the other and also to keep the for it sticking to the pan. So it’s ready to cook you don’t have to cover it, so keep eye on it about those noodles will absorb a liquid they have in there and that means that at the end it maybe completely dry out of liquid or there are maybe some of the liquid left. It just depends how much of the noodles are used. So let me let this cook for a little bit and I’ll be back to show you the end result.
I'm back I looked on the back of that red noodles and the instructions said cook seven to eight minutes. And it’s been eight minute and they are quite perfectly done. So what I'm going to do is turn this off and just to know that it showed you the amount of raw that is left I'm going to pour this into a colander. They are through the colander and I’ll have the noodles remaining in the colander that I can serve to my dish. Right, you’ll see how much is cooked away of the broth. Not much left, it minds the comminuted more noodles in this that I have a small family. It’s just me and husband, so we can really use more than that for our dinner tonight. So this is what I have, this are cooked perfectly they're not mushy, they're sort of chewy at this point you don’t want to let them cooked on and on.
And you can say underneath that’s the amount of broth that still remains. So you don’t want them cooked truly dry because that probably would burn them. So this coming over to my serving dish and I will pour this in. Oops, got a little on the counter there and put it sauce at the end. Maybe a serving spoon and fork and then you can serve this out onto your plate. And that’s a really nice of complement to any meal. Particularly if you're having something like steak or beef roast. The flavor blooms wonderfully, it is so quick and easy, it’s one of my “Go to Recipes” because I can have it ready in no time at all, like you say eight minutes.
So hope you try this and I hope you enjoy it. I thought you might like to see how the combination of the crock pot eye of round roast and gravy, goes with the Betty’s buttered brown noodles. It’s a beautiful combination, now I would add some bread to this maybe a yeast roll and probably a green vegetables maybe something like asparagus or green beans. I think it’s lacking in those two categories and a nice glass of ice tea or lemonade.