Fasting Noodles with Tomato & Red Pepper | Monastic recipes


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Fasting noodles with tomato and red pepper are a genuine monastery product. Made with a traditional recipe that passes from a monk to another, this product belongs to foodstuffs that promotes a healthy diet.


Net Weight: 500 gr


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Fasting Noodles with Tomato and Red Pepper and a Monastic Recipe

Fasting noodles with tomato and red pepper are promoting a healthy way of diet and they are an ideal choice for fasting period. These noodles besides the excellent materials that are used for their production, they are also made with a traditional monastic recipe and as a result it’s a product with very unique quality and exceptional taste. You can find noodles with tomato and red pepper, and a number of other handmade pasta like chopped noodles, cous cous and frumenty, at Product Exhibition of Mount Athos. It should be noted that the combination of pasta with vegetables, eggs or bulgur makes them a complete food with great nutritional value, that should not be missing from our table.

Nutritional Value and Ingredients                               

These fasting noodles is a handmade product with high nutritional value which is at the same time an exceptional food choice for fasting periods. Noodles with vegetables is 100% natural product made with wheat flour, tomato paste and red pepper. Noodles with monastic recipe like all kinds of pasta are rich in complex carbohydrates and they contain high quality proteins and easily digestible, which makes them a suitable food for children, adults and elderly people. They also contain vitamins and they have little fat, cholesterol and sodium. Monks are recommending that after the purchase this product must be kept in a dry and cool place and avoid sun exposure.


Net Weight: 500 gr

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Weight 0.5 kg


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