2019 National Noodle Ring Day

Annual Fall

11th December

List of National Noodle Ring Day dates by year

202011th DecemberFriday
202111th DecemberSaturday
202211th DecemberSunday
202311th DecemberMonday
202411th DecemberWednesday
202511th DecemberThursday
202611th DecemberFriday
202711th DecemberSaturday
202811th DecemberMonday
202911th DecemberTuesday

However, a noodle ring, which has a huge number of fans across the country,  is actually a popular pasta dish, created in a 8 or 9 inch ring mold,  typically made up of noodles, flour, breadcrumbs, cheese and eggs as its main ingredients.  When baked, the noodle ring is then removed from the mold, onto a plate giving it a high rating in appearance as well as taste.

National Noodle Ring Day is a December day that kids young and old have been impatiently awaiting......yeah, right!

National Noodle Ring Day

What would cooking be like without the noodle ring? We shudder to think about it. We are certainly relieved that the Noodle Ring exists, so we can cook them in one recipe after another. And, doesn't it make sense that we honor the Noodle Ring with its own very special day!?

BTW: Is the proper term "Noodle Ring" or "Ring Noodle"? We will let you make the call on this important question.

Get your fill of noodle rings today. After all, that's what this day is for.




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