Once fall makes it’s appearance, soups begin to overwhelm our weekly meals and I love it! There’s just something so comforting about sitting down with a piping hot bowl of soup. I love the simplicity of pairing it with bread or a salad and having a complete meal.
Another major bonus is the ease at which you can throw together a large pot of soup or stew to last throughout the week. There is so much flexibility when it comes to cooking soups or stews, that they’re perfect for the beginning to novice cook. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve taken all the leftovers in the fridge, added them together with some broth and bag of egg noodles and had a yummy soup to enjoy in less than an hour!
If you don’t already have No Yolks egg noodles as a pantry staple, you need to add them! I love the versatility of them as they can be used in everything from casseroles, to soups to some pretty unexpected and yummy side dishes (like Sriracha cheesy noodles or noodles with kale and walnut pesto). I’ve already used them twice this week for dishes and the kids gobble them down like they’re the best thing ever. With so many different styles of noodles to choose from (broad, extra broad, fine, kluski, dumplings, and now stir-fry) there is a variety for every type of meal. Add a lean protein, some steamed or roasted veggies to No Yolks egg noodles and you have a healthy meal quickly and easily.
Today I’m sharing one of our favorites: beefy french onion noodle soup!
While I love traditional French onion soup, more often than not I find that my appetite is never quite satiated with it. This version is a hearty meal all-in-one as it’s loaded with chunky bits of beef roast, filling egg noodles and a broth that is packed full of flavor due to delicious caramelized onions that lend so much flavor to this simple soup.
When it comes to cooking, egg noodles have been a winner lately. They always cook up great and I love that they are a health conscious option as well. No Yolks egg noodles are made of egg whites and free of cholesterol and are a low sodium and fat option. Definitely a better choice for those that are looking to eat healthier, yet still satisfy their noodle craving.
Be sure to check out the No Yolks site for so many yummy and unique recipes that utilize egg noodles! I can’t wait to try one of these recipes next (my kids will go cray cray over those pizza cups!):
Are you a soup fan?
What’s your favorite kind of soup or stew?