Monastic Lenten Noodles
Their consumption twice or three times a week is fully integrated into a healthy eating plan.
Greek Lenten noodles made with a traditional monastery recipe by the nuns of the Holy Monastery of Saint Pantaleon, Amyntaio. Noodles provide the human body with strength, energy and essential nutrients. They fall into the category of dry pasta and are an essential part of the Mediterranean diet as a product rich in carbohydrate, iron, proteins and vitamins. Their consumption twice or three times a week is fully integrated into a healthy eating plan. Lovers of pure and traditional tastes will particularly appreciate these traditional, handmade and tasty Lenten noodles which are consumed not only during the Lenten period but also throughout the year. Having as main ingredients flour, semolina and fresh vegetables, noodles are a full course meal that is rich in energy. This exceptional monastery product is produced in Greece by the Holy Monastery of St. Panteleimon, Amyntaio and is packed on behalf of the Holy Monastery by the «Women Association of Arnissa». It is available from the Mount Athos product exhibition.
Ingredients: flour, semolina, tomato, onion, carrot, red pepper, celery, potato, salt.
Net Weight: 500g