NATIONAL NOODLE RING DAY
National Noodle Ring Day on December 11th recognizes recipes made with pasta into a delicious round casserole. While baking up your favorite recipe, maybe use round pasta noodles to really punctuate the ring in the day.
While the day could possibly be about the little round pasta noodles, it would be a fun way to celebrate. They make up a delicious pasta salad or several other pasta dishes. They also are popular with kids (of all ages) to use in different craft projects, maybe even one that results in a beautiful snowflake for the holidays.
However, the day celebrates the pasta dish formed in an 8 or 9-inch ring mold or bundt pan. Usually made from noodles, flour, breadcrumbs, cheese, eggs, and other seasonings, this dish is quite versatile. When baked, recipes call for the noodle ring to be removed from the mold and served on a plate giving it an elegant appearance.
HOW TO OBSERVE #Noodle Ring Day
Test your skills by making a noodle ring. Invite family and friends over for a taste-testing. We’re sure they will enjoy it. We provide a few different recipes to use:
Use #NationalNoodleRingDay to post on social media.
NATIONAL NOODLE RING DAY HISTORY
National Day Calendar® continues researching the origins of this tasty pasta day.
Noodle Ring FAQ
Q. Do noodle ring recipes include desserts?
A. We looked, and yes, there are sweet versions of noodle rings.
Q. How many people will a noodle ring serve?
A. Depending on the size of the recipe and ingredients, a noodle ring can serve between 6-12 people.
Q. I don’t have a Bundt pan. Is there another way to make a noodle ring?
A. You can use a tube pan or an angel food cake pan. If those aren’t available, you can use a round cake pan or a casserole dish, but then, is it a noodle ring?