Coq-a-Noodle-Do
  • Coq-a-Noodle-Do

    $8.00Price

    Elevate the flavor of rice or noodles!  Add 1-2 tablespoons of this amazing blend to the water before cooking your noodles, pastas and rice dishes. Amazing for Instant Pot® noodle and rice cooking as well!!  

     

    I have a vegetarian version as well.  Check out Veggie-Noodle-Do!

     

    Instant Pot® Mac-N-Cheese

    1.5-2 Tablespoons SMSF Coq-A-Noodle-Do

    16 oz Elbow uncooked macaroni noodles

    2 Tablespoon canola oil (or similar neutral vegetable oil)

    4 cups water

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    2-3 Tablespoons Plain Greek yogurt (or sour cream)

    1/2 c grated parmesan cheese

    1-2 cups mild shredded cheese (cheddar, monterey jack, etc)

    Milk (or cream, half-n-half--optional)

     

    Combine SMSF Coq-A-Noodle-Do, elbow macaroni, oil and water in pot.  Stir well coating all noodles.  Close lid & set to sealing position.  Set manual high pressure for 1/2 lowest cooking time on box (EXAMPLE: If macaroni box says cook for 6-8 minutes, set Instant Pot time for 3 minutes).  Once time is up, do a quick release of pressure.  Carefully remove lid and set aside.  Stir noodles adding Greek yogurt, then parmesan.  Stir until combined and add shredded cheese in small handfuls.  You can add milk 1 tablespoon at a time to reach desired consistancy.  

     

    Rice:

    SMSF Coq-A-Noodle-Do also enhances the flavor of rice.  Add 1-2 tablespoons per 1 cup rice along with 1 tablespoon olive oil, stir.  Add water according to rice cooking directions.

     

    Contains:

    Chicken Base (salt, corn starch, yeast extract, onion powder, sugar, palm oil,  dried chicken stock,  dried carrots, spices, dried parsley, garlic powder, turmeric), turmeric, garlic, onion, salt, pepper,  ground mustard, cayenne, nutmeg

     

    Coq-a-Noodle-Do Nutrition Information:

    Contains <1 gram sugar per 1/4 teaspoon serving

    Contains approx 66 mg of sodium per 1/4 teaspoon

    My spices are blended and packaged in a commercial kitchen.  Kitchen equipment comes in contact with common food allergens including (but not limited to) dairy, fish, shellfish, soybeans, tree nuts, peanuts, egg, wheat, etc.