Eat Drink & Be Mary: Mueller’s® Pasta Matchmaker | Turkey Noodle Soup


Mueller’s® Pasta Matchmaker | Turkey Noodle Soup

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Honestly, I feel like I've been spilling the beans on here about how lazy I am.  But truthfully, after I get off work I'm straight up exhausted.  But I mean aren't we all?  

So just keeping it real, I like to find hacks that truthfully do the job.  AND do the job well.  Yesterday, I shared a way to have smoothies ready to go for the week.  And today I'm sharing another gym I found just recently.  

Y'all know that baking is totally my thing, BUT my sweet hubby has dawned it my job to be the cook as well. Lord help us all. So when I found out there was a Mueller’s® Pasta Matchmaker (because we all know how much I love me some carbs), I knew this was the key to making a successful, delicious meal.

This "pasta matchmaker" really is the coolest idea y'all.  Not only do I not have to worry about what I'm going to make for dinner.  But it legit lays out all the ingredients you need, and step-by-step instruction for what to do.  AND AND AND when you take the handful of questions it caters the recipe to your lifestyle -- such as how many people you're cooking for or the occasion.

real life: watching YouTube while I cook

Literally, so excited about this.  And, I was matched with a delicious recipe that even works with the healthier lifestyle we are working towards (but no worries, there's delish mac n cheese recipes too). 

SO let's dive in.  

16 ounces Mueller’s® Wide Egg Noodles
2 tablespoons butter or margarine
1-1/2 cups frozen chopped vegetable seasoning blend (onion, celery, bell pepper)
1 cup sliced carrots
2 cups ground cooked turkey
32 ounces reduced-sodium chicken broth
1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper
1/4 teaspoon parsley flakes
salt to taste


1. In a medium sauce pan, melt butter and add all the vegetables until they are tender.  

2. Add turkey meat to the vegetables and cook on medium heat for 2-3 minutes.  

3. Add the chicken broth, noodles, pepper and parsley to the sauce pan.  Bring to a boil, and then cook on low for 7 to 10 minutes, until noodles are tender.  

*I did this a little longer and the noodles soaked up pretty much all of the broth.  It was super delish this way just not super soupy.  So I'd recommend adding extra chicken broth or really watching how fast the broth is evaporating/getting soaked up.

These noodles can easily be found at your local BI-LO on the pasta aisle.  There is a picture at the bottom of this post for reference.

Alright now it's your turn.  

Take the pasta matchmaker quiz and let me know what recipe you get in the comments.  Then you can enter the Pasta Matchmaker challenge, where you put your own twist on and submit for the chance to win prizes.  Contest dates are:
 Challenge #1: January 1 – January 21 
Challenge #2: January 22 – February 4 
Challenge #3: February 5 – February 18 
Challenge #4: February 19 – March 4 
Challenge #5: March 5 – March 18 
Challenge #6: March 19 – April 1.

Honestly, I can't wait to try this out again.  I mean hello.  The matchmaker literally took all the thinking and work out of planning for dinner.  Please and thank you.  

Take the matchmaker quiz and let me know below what recipe you get matched with.  I'm super interested to see what all recipes are on there.

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