Prep 0 mins
Cook 10 mins
My daughter loves them and when I know she won't eat anything else she'sll have them for sure. As far as I know it's a Transylvanian recipe of Hungarian origins. I wasn't sure about the amounts so it can be changed according to everyone's taste. The noodles can be replaced with any other kinds. Traditionally, it's done with thich noodles and my daughter likes it wih fusili.Serves 2 adults or 4 kids.
- 200 g thick noodles or 200 g fusilli
- 2 tablespoons sugar
- 6 tablespoons toasted and coarse grounded walnuts
- Boil the noodles and drain.
- Mix with the rest of the ingredients.
- Toss them and serve hot or cold.
This was very good!! Not outstanding, but really good and definitely a keeper. When I made my batch with rice syrup, DH asked me to use maple syrup in his instead of the sugar. So I made three batches, one with sugar, one with rice syrup and one with maple syrup. The maple syrup one was the clear winner, although DH was really happy with the sugar version, too :D Thanks for posting this quick and versatile treat!! Made for Sweet Traditions Tag Game November 2009.