Dried Tomato Noodles

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Dried Tomato Noodle Ingredients

500 gr. noodles
Water
3 – 4 tablespoons of butter
10 – 12 dried tomatoes
1 beet – boiled or baked
Salt
Black pepper
1 full pinch of coriander seeds
1 full pinch of dill
200 gr. goat cheese

Put your pan on the stove and heat it.
Take the noodles into the heated pan and fry them to give them color.
Put your pot on the stove and add water to it and boil it.
Add salt to the boiling water and Add the fried noodles into it and boil it.
Put a strainer over a mixing bowl and drain the noodles.
Finely chop the dried tomatoes.
Cut the beet into cubes.
Put the same saucepan back on the stove and Add butter and melt it.
Take the noodles you boiled into the melted butter and mix.
Add beetroot and sun-dried tomatoes and mix.
Add salt, pepper and crushed coriander seeds and mix.
When everything is blended, finely chop the dill and add it to the noodles and mix.
Take your ready noodle on the plate you will serve and serve with goat cheese on it.

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