National Noodle Ring Day is celebrated on December 11th of every year. Noodles are the favorite type of food enjoyed by all age groups. It is a fun food holiday for those crazy about noodles and dishes made from them, like a noodle ring. With a few more days to go for Christmas, Noodle Ring can be prepared from the noodles. It is a preferred kind of fast food loved by kids, especially. National Noodle Ring Day wouldn’t get complete without tasting the delicious and easy-to-cook noodle ring.
“I wouldn’t exactly call it ‘cooking’ but I can make noodles. That means I can boil water, put the pasta in and wait until it’s done.” – Devon Werkheiser
History of National Noodle Ring Day
The exact history, origin, and creator of National Noodle Ring Day are anonymous. A noodle ring is a ring-shaped casserole prepared with pasta, cheese, and eggs. It is also made by mixing noodles and eggs with flour, breadcrumbs, cheese, ketchup, Worcestershire sauce, and other ingredients. Then the mixture is put into a ring mold and baked. Now the ring is served on a large plate where its center is filled with ingredients like vegetable stew, steamed mushrooms, or creamed chicken. In other words, it is a dish made of flat noodles or flat pasta baked in a bundt pan or ring mold. The food, after baking, can be turned upside down. When it’s pressed out of its tray, a thick ring of delicious noodles will be obtained. The noodle ring was a popular dish during the mid-20th century. But with the introduction of simple mac and cheese, noodle ring has lost their popularity. So Noodle Ring Day is celebrated to bring back its fame with a treat of ring-shaped pasta casserole.
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How to Celebrate National Noodle Ring Day
The best way to celebrate the day is by preparing a homemade noodle ring. The first step is to learn about noodle ring making and start making it in your kitchen. Serve it hot to your family with your favorite fillings. Order the noodle ring from your favorite restaurant and taste it with your loved ones. You can share your noodle ring-making pictures on social media using the hashtag #NoodleRingDay.
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