Friday, September 16, 2011

What is for Dinner?













Tonight's dinner is a easy one but so tasty and well worth some of the effort. When I was little this was my first noodle making efforts and I called them Noddle Shingles. This is a basic egg noodle recipe (I had 3 fresh hens eggs from my girls) and I used some Spelt Flour along with my organic flour. Just roll out the dough and cut strips and then squares - great to do with little ones and not so little ones....


Then I have Sweet Italian Sausage from a local farm browning in a cast iron skillet. I add a half of a sweet onion chopped finely, zuch's, eggplant and fire roasted tomatoes. Then garlic and what ever seasonings fit your mood - there is pepper, basil and oregano in this dish. Let it simmer but do not let the veggies get mushy. While this is slowly cooking, place your noodles in boiling water and they get done about the same time. I topped it with a little Parmesan cheese... Yummy is all I can say and really not much to it. I also have enough to put two containers in the freezer for a cold flurry evening.

4 comments:

Candy C. said...

Now that looks like MY kind of supper!
We had leftovers...leftover posole made with our goat meat and locally grown roasted green chiles, leftover chicken pot pie from scratch and leftover meatloaf! Some days I just LOVE leftovers!! :)

larkspur funny farm said...

Those sound incredible - I did this most of the week - finishing up the dripples in the frig. Have a wonderful dinner and put those feet up - we have worked hard this week.

Susan said...

That sounds delicious!

Kristina said...

Looks great! I hand roll all of my handmade noodles right now. I cut them with a pizza cutter.