Thin Chopped Egg Noodles | H.M. Iviron – Mount Athos

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Thin chopped egg noodles from Mount Athos are a traditional pasta product, made with pure raw materials. They are a complete and nutritious meal and they are an excellent choice for children’s nutrition.

 

Origin: Holy Skete of Saint John the Baptist, Holy Monastery of Iviron
Net Weight: 500gr

 

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Thin Chopped Egg Noodles from the H.M. of Iviron

Thin chopped egg noodles are a genuine product from Mount Athos. Made with care and pure raw materials, they add special taste to recipes of Greek cuisine. The monks at the Holy Skete of Saint John the Baptist of Holy Monastery of Iviron, based on traditional recipes, create excellent homemade pasta. Chopped egg noodles are a complete and nutritious meal. You can cook them plain but also combine them with various meats or vegetables.

Nutritional Value & Ingredients

Chopped egg noodles are a pure food that provides energy and valuable nutrients to the human body. Their essential ingredients are flour, semolina, fresh milk and eggs that makes them a complete meal which gives body energy, vitamins and proteins. Chopped noodles as all kinds of pasta contain iron, selenium, calcium, phosphorus,  proteins and B-complex vitamins while they have little fat, cholesterol and sodium. Something that must be mentioned is that the proteins in noodles are high quality proteins and easily digestible, which makes them a suitable food for children, adults and elderly people. Lovers of traditional and authentic flavours will especially appreciate the monastic noodles. Mount Athos chopped egg noodles contain flour of durum wheat 50%, semolina 50%, 6 eggs per kilo, fresh milk.

 

 

Origin: Holy Skete of Saint John the Baptist, Holy Monastery of Iviron
Net Weight: 500gr

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Weight0.5 kg

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