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Traci's Ranchy Noodles

Submitted By: Traci Poole
Prep. Time: 0:45
Serves: 6-12

1 lb. pkg. egg noodles
8 oz. frozen spinach
8 oz. frozen peas
1 lb. bacon - fried
2 med. tomatoes - diced
2 med. cucumbers - peeled, diced
16 oz. bottle ranch salad dressing

Buttermilk Ranch Dip Mix & Dressing Mix


-Boil egg noodles until al dente.
-As soon as noodles are cooked, add the spinach and peas to the water.
-Bring to a boil and cook until the spinach thaws.
-Drain and run cool water over the noodles and vegetables. Drain again and let sit until it is completely drained.
-In a large bowl, crumble bacon into small pieces. Add the tomatoes and the cucumbers, then the noodle mixture. Mix well.
-Stir in about 3/4 of the bottle of ranch dressing. Mix well. If mixture seems dry, add desired amount of dressing until you get desired consistency.
-Serve immediately or chill until ready to use.

Notes: Each time we have a picnic or a family function, everyone begs me to make it. We had a Navy family picnic to go to, and I made it. I sat back and watched as the people were lined up for a taste of it. I didn't write our name on the bowl and I didn't tell anyone I made it. I overheard husbands tell their wives to find out who made it and get the recipe. By the time lunch was over, the HUGE bowl of pasta salad was completely gone while the rest of the pasta dishes still sat **giggles** It kinda made me feel proud that it was well liked and I didn't have to throw it all out.

Make It A Meal: Serve with a Marinated Steak like The Outback's

2 Visitor Comments About This Recipe Submit Yours Below!
  • Unfortunately, no one liked this at an open house party I gave recently...

  • I did try this recipe but I left out the peas and the spinach. It was an excellent recipe and I *highly* recommend it. It was a refreshing recipe. It was quick and easy. Even my daughter who hates tomatoes, enjoyed the pasta dish. She now uses it for her family too. I give it 2 thumbs up!

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