The soupiest! The slurpiest! This delicious noodle soup is as easy to make as it is to eat.
If your little ones are wary of tofu, throw in some cooked cubed chicken instead.
Get the recipe here: Soupy Asian Noodles
This peanut sauce is so good you'll want to eat it with a spoon, but we promise that it's just as tasty stir-fried with rice noodles and greens.
If your kids don't enjoy spicy foods, leave out the red pepper flakes for a milder sauce.
Get the recipe here: Spicy Peanut Noodles with Stir-Fried Greens
Rather than taking hours to prepare, layer, and bake all the components of a traditional lasagne, this Scrambled Lasagne lets you cook everything together in one pot.
Yes, even the lasagne noodles simmer directly in the sauce!
Get the recipe here: Scrambled Lasagne
This noodle dish can be served warm or cold, which means any leftovers can serve double-duty as lunch the next day.
Who calls dibs?
Get the recipe here: Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Baby Bok Choy and Noodles
If you're feeling bored with egg and rice noodles noodles, why not give soba a try? This tea-marinated salmon noodle dish is simple to whip up yet sounds fit for a restaurant menu.
Get the recipe here: Jasmine Tea Marinated Salmon with Soba Noodles
For the picky eater in your life, try this super-simple yet nourishing chicken noodle soup. The sound of slurping will be music to your ears.
Get the recipe here: Perfectly Innocent Chicken Noodle Soup
Sesame seeds are high in calcium, the chicken meets your family's protein needs, and vegetables are, of course, wonderfully healthy. Most importantly of all, though, this noodle recipe is scrumptious!
Get the recipe here: Sesame Chicken Noodles
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