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Old 11-11-2008, 10:19 AM   #1
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Question Can you use non-egg noodles for beef strognaoff?

I'm curious what type of noodles would be a suitable replacement for egg noodles, for the preparation of beef stroganoff for someone who cannot eat egg based things ?

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Old 11-11-2008, 10:31 AM   #2
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sure, why not?

you might want to look into vegan or asian recipes for eggless noodles.

we regularly eat no yolk noodles, but asian broad rice noodles would work if you can't have any eggs at all.
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Old 11-11-2008, 10:34 AM   #3
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Mashed potatoes are an excellent replacement for noodles with stroganoff!
Rice would be pretty darn good too.

I also like it on toast!
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I use the No Yolks brand noodles for everything I use noodles for. They come in various widths for all needs.
And yummy!
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Old 11-11-2008, 10:48 AM   #5
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I just checked the ingredients lists on three different brands of dry pasta products and none contain any egg. They all state they are made in facilitites the make other products containing eggs.

You sure could use one of those products with your dish.
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Old 11-11-2008, 10:49 AM   #6
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no yolk brand noodles. thank you. does that truely have no eggs in it, or just not the yolk ?

the asian broad rice noodles sound interesting too, if they are eggless. how would you cook either the no yolk brand noodles, and/or the "no yolk" brand noodles for the noodle part of a stroganoff recipe ?

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Old 11-11-2008, 11:03 AM   #7
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I've always used rice when making stroganoff.........family prefers it that way..........
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rice sounds very yummy with that. i'll have to ask about cooking that in another thread.

for those noodles, the common variety, that could be used as a replacement that one man mentioned, what are they called "type" of noodle that could be used as a replacement and can you get these those at your common grocery store ? i seemed to remember checking the ingredients of non-spagetti noodles and i thought i remember running into eggs.

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Sorry, oldramon. They do have egg whites
I don't know of any noodle that won't have at least whites in them. Maybe someone else will jump in.

ingredients list:

enriched extra fancy durum flour
(niacin, ferrous sulfate, thiamin mononitrate,
riboflavin, folic acid),
corn flour,
egg whites.

www.noyolks.com

I would do taters or rice.
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rice sounds very yummy with that. i'll have to ask about cooking that in another thread.

for those noodles, the common variety, that could be used as a replacement that one man mentioned, what are they called "type" of noodle that could be used as a replacement and can you get these those at your common grocery store ? i seemed to remember checking the ingredients of non-spagetti noodles and i thought i remember running into eggs.

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I checked packages of Prince, Barilla and Mullers. Dry pasta (not egg noodles) are not made with eggs, just flour and water. If you buy fettucine, for example, it would work as a side dish for the stroganov.
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