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Check out our family-favorite noodle & grain recipes below!
This recipe comes from the kitchen of Jeanne Lemlin, a James Beard Foundation award winner and author of five vegetarian cookbooks. Her latest title is "Vegetarian Classics" (HarperCollins).
Served warm or chilled, this recipe makes a sensational side dish.
Not only is this dish delicious, but your child will think it's cool to cook scrambled eggs right in the middle of the other ingredients.
This colorful rice casserole blends ingredients from across the Midwest--wild rice from Minnesota, dried cherries from Michigan, and cooking savvy from a native Wisconsinite, Amy H.
Penne with a basic Alfredo sauce for the kids can be easily dressed up with smoked trout or salmon for the grown-ups, resulting in a savory blend sophisticated enough to serve to company.
If your child hasn't heard of pierogi, tell him to think ravioli, Polish style.
Welcome the Thai New Year with this traditional dish.
This crowd pleasing pasta is simple and delicious. It has just the right mixture of pasta, marinated chicken, and vegetables.
Pasta and cheese: kid classic, right? Here, the great standby gets dressed up for the holidays, thanks to tricolored tortellini and this zesty fondue.
There is no comfort food like mac and cheese — and this hearty casserole tops the list.
A quick kid-friendly pasta dish that is perfect for an on-the-go weeknight meal.
This skillet lasagna recipe is quick to assemble and even easier to disassemble and enjoy.