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Oodles of Noodle Recipes for National Noodle Month

1. Parmesan Garlic Noodles: This recipe is perfect for your picky eater. All you need is butter, garlic and parmesan and a little bit of cheddar cheese to mix in with your plain noodles. The recipe is simple enough that it will taste great with your favorite mix-ins. Get the recipe at Rasa Malaysia.

2. Chicken Noodle Casserole: Change up grandma's famous chicken noodle soup recipe into a hearty casserole. Add a can of cream of mushroom and cream of chicken soups as the thickeners. Get the recipe at The Taylor House.

3. Asian Noodle Shrimp Soup: Not feeling too swell? This soup is sure to help heal your sore throat. Using a chicken or veggie broth as a base, simply add fresh your favorite vegetables like bok choy and carrots, along with pad thai rice noodles, ginger, fish sauce, rice vinegar and soy sauce, and you get the tastiest Asian soup. Get the recipe at The Weary Chef.

4. Sausage Pepper Fettuccini: Get out of the tomato sauce-only trap, and sauté your onions and peppers until they are browned. Then add your sausage, cream, chicken broth and pasta. Your kids may never go back to the red stuff again. Get the recipe at Let the Baking Begin.

5. Italian Drunken Sausage Noodles: Here's a quick dinner that the kids will like, but with a sophisticated flavor addition (white wine). This colorful dish (red, yellow, orange peppers) mixed with noodles are sure to entice any kid to ask for seconds. Get the recipe at The Cozy Apron.

6. Peanut Sesame Noodles: Transform spaghetti noodles into an Asian chicken cuisine by adding soy sauce, rice vinegar, sesame and ginger. You can mix in your kid's favorite veggies, like cucumber and carrots, but you can also include broccoli or snow peas. Get the recipe at Chew Out Loud.

7. Crunchy Asian Ramen Noodle Salad: This Asian salad takes just minutes to make. Best part: It's a great starter salad for kids. Mix together coleslaw, crumbled ramen noodles, cooked edamame, avocado and mango. Then top it off with a soy sauce and honey vinaigrette. Get the recipe at Gimme Some Oven.

8. Easy Chicken Pad Thai: Learn to make one of the most popular and kid-friendly Asian dishes there is. This 30-minute dish is super easy and it's exactly what you need to get your Thai food fix. Get the recipe at Little Spice Jar.

9. Beef Taco Noodle Bake: Who says a noodle recipe has to be Asian or Italian-inspired? Break up your Taco Tuesday routine with a dish that is so similar your kids won't fuss, yet different enough to make it all worth while. Get the recipe at Ro-Tel.

10. Spaghetti Pie: OK, so your kid is the pickiest eater out there and will only go for his tried-and-true favorites. Here is a recipe that has all of the same ingredients as his beloved spaghetti, but shaped as a pie. I mean, what kid can resist a pie? Get the recipe at Life In the Lofthouse.

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