How To Make Garlic Butter Noodles With Garlic Salt

Why you’ll love it

For days when you don’t feel like cooking, these buttered noodles are the perfect option. They’re very simple to prepare, and even fussy eaters won’t have anything to complain about. I mean, who can resist garlic, parmesan, and butter?.

This is actually one of my favorite recipes ever because of how ordinary ingredients are always elevated to a completely new level. Even though these noodles are very simple to prepare, they have a luxurious and unique feel!

  • Egg noodles are the perfect texture for the creamy sauce to cling to.
  • Butter – I use unsalted butter
  • Garlic – for savory flavor
  • Parmesan cheese – use a good-quality block of parmesan. It will taste so much better, be more perfectly composed, and be fresher.
  • Parsley – for a pop of freshness. Although I prefer Italian parsley, regular curly parsley is also delicious.
  • Salt & pepper – be generous with both, especially pepper. The peppery kick complements the butter sauce really well.

The Most Flavorful Noodles

Lately, I’ve been trying to simplify our family dinners. That means that anything that needs very little preparation has quickly risen to the top of my list; if it can be completed in less than half an hour, even better!

Our family has always loved pasta, and these butter garlic noodles might be the easiest noodles I’ve ever made!

Not only that, but they’re crazy flavorful and filling. We like to pair it with some grilled chicken and zucchini for a full meal. Win-win! I promise you that you will want to incorporate this into your regular menu. .

How to make buttered noodles

This is a synopsis with all the ingredients.

  • Boil a pot of water and add in the noodles.
  • While they’re cooking, melt the butter in a skillet. To soften the sharp edge and impart flavor to the butter, add the garlic and cook it for a minute or two.
  • Before you drain the noodles, briefly replenish the skillet with a small amount of starchy water. Place the drained noodles, parmesan cheese, and parsley in the skillet. After tossing until the cheese has melted, add salt to taste.
  • Even though egg noodles are typically used, you can substitute them with any other type of pasta. If you’d rather, any shape you have on hand is acceptable.
  • I would use 1/4–1/2 teaspoon of garlic powder if I were using fresh garlic instead.
  • If you have any fresh herbs in the garden that you would like to use up, feel free to add them.

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