Milk & Noodles Premium PD Recipe

This was my father’s easy to make go-to comfort meal. My grandmother put together Milk & Noodles as a quick and easy way to satisfy her four hungry growing boys while stretching a buck. It is warm, surprisingly flavorful, and uses ingredients we always have on hand. This is perfect for a day you need a simple-to-serve, comforting hug in a bowl. My father worked nights for much of my childhood and I can remember him asking my mother to keep a big bowl of cooked noodles in the refrigerator at all times. He would arrive home before anyone awoke and quietly assemble a hot bowl of Milk & Noodles topped with lots of black pepper for his final meal of the day. I would join him and eat breakfast before Mom woke up. My fond memories of him arriving home and warming a bowl of this milk, butter and pepper topped broth filled with noodles will always be with me. My childhood memories are clearer with every bowl and my health is improved with this plant-based simple remake of my grandmother’s recipe.

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  1. posted by Darleen Boynton on April 18, 2017

    My grandparents used to have milk and crackers for Sunday evening super after the evening service of church. Grama got out the saltines from under the seat in the breakfast nook passed out bowls and spoons. Grampa crushed the crackers into the bowls and poured the milk. At my house we often had bread pizza (very PD friendly!!) or Welch rabbit on Sunday night. There was a lot of consternation about the Welch rabbit since daddy always talked about how he had to kill the rabbit first. The PD version is NYC on toast. Those were good times on Sunday nights.

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