Easy Hungarian Buttered Noodle Recipe

My Nagymama also made this recipe all of the time. It’s the “Ramen Noodles” of Hungarian cooking – yummy, but it’s easy enough for any first-year college student to make (and afford) in a pinch. It’s quite delicious, but not for those on diets.

From Steve O.

-Noodles (Any kind you like really. Steve likes linguine or spaghetti, but Nagymama always used egg noodles or bow tie pasta)
– Salt, pepper, paprika
-Fresh parsley (Optional, only if you want to be fancy)

-Boil the noodles according to directions on the box.
-Get a frying pan.
-Put the noodles in there.
-Use one metric sh*tload of butter (not sure what the standard conversion is, an ass-ton, maybe).
-Add a bunch of breadcrumbs.
-Mix together and pan fry until a little bit crispy.
-When I’m not feeling lazy, I like to add a pinch of salt, pepper, paprika and fresh parsley. It’s also delicious plain.
-Eat. Be fat and happy.