Buttered Noodles With Caraway Seeds

"Goes great under almost any type of stew/ragout/goulash."
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4 portions




  • Cook noodles according to package directions, about 7 minutes. Drain and return to pot. Add butter and caraway seeds. Stir and toss until well covered and serve.

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  1. What a great tasting simple side dish. I made my noodles ahead of time and tossed them with the butter and caraway seeds. When the rest of dinner was ready they reheated nicely. DH went back for seconds and finished off the rest of the noodles. Easy and yummy!
  2. Great noodles, they were wonderful, quick and easy to make. They tasted great, they were so tender and flavorful. I served the buttered noodles with Swedish meatballs, gravy and cranberries.
  3. Delicious! I love caraway! Added in some sauteed cabbage for good measure - even my 16 month old gobbled it up! Made for PAC Spring '13
  4. Simple, tasty, filling; we served it with Recipe#425238, using dried Spaetzle noodles from a German specialty store. Made for Zaar World Tour 6, the Voracious Vagabonds.
  5. A very easy and tasty dish with supper! Thanks! Made by a Looney Spoon Phoodie for ZWT#6!


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