Monastic Chopped Vegetable Noodles Fasting
Genuine Monastic Chopped Vegetable Noodles. The traditional pasta fortified with vegetables to enjoy delicious and healthy dishes. It is a complete and nutritious meal. It is an excellent choice for fasting periods.
Net Weight: 500gr
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Monastic Chopped Vegetable Noodles Fasting from Holy Monastery of Timios Prodromos
Chopped Vegetable Noodles is a genuine monastic product. Made with extra care and pure raw materials, it adds special taste to recipes of Greek cuisine
The nuns at the Holy Monastery of Timios Prodromos, based on traditional recipes, create excellent homemade pasta. Chopped Vegetable Noodles are a complete and nutritious meal. You can cook it neatly but also combine with it several meats.
Monastic Chopped Vegetable Noodles Fasting: Nutritional Value
Monastic Chopped Vegetable Noodles are a pure food that provides energy and valuable nutrients to the human body. They have high content of complex carbohydrates. With basic ingredients flour, semolina and vegetables, they are a complete meal that gives the body energy and vitamins.
Lovers of traditional and authentic flavors will especially appreciate the monastic noodles. Healthy and nutritious, they can be eaten not only during fasting but all year round.
Monastic Chopped Vegetable Noodles Fasting: Ingredients
Monastic Chopped Vegetable Noodles contain semolina (contains gluten), flour of common wheat and durum wheat (contains gluten), 30% vegetables (pumpkin, red pepper of Florina, carrot, tomato, onion, eggplant, beetroot, celeriac, spinach), leaven, and salt.
Monastic Chopped Vegetable Noodles Fasting: Method of Cooking
(For one portion) Finely chop one- half fresh tomato and sauté with 2 tablespoons oil. Bring to boil 500ml water and a little salt. Add 100gr pasta and stir. In approximately 7 minutes remove from heat and leave covered for 4 minutes (do not drain). Served as a fasting meal or with cheese and meat.
Keep Monastic Chopped Vegetable Noodles in a dry and cool place, away from sun.
Origin: Holy Monastery of Timios Prodromos
Net Weight: 500gr