Manischewitz - Egg Noodles Kluski - 12 oz. (340g)
Manischewitz Egg Noodles Kluski are simply delicious, these tasty noodles are made the old-time way - slow cooked for a fuller richer flavor. They use no animal fats or artificial additives and use only the finest durum wheat. They are available in many different varieties; Fine, Medium, Wide, Extra Wide, and more. Egg Noodles truly make a deliciously different side dish.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Where do you read the Julian Code on Manischewitz products?
The batch code and expiration date on our products is called a Julian Code. For example, on gefilte fish, the first three numbers (in the first row of numbers and letters) tell the day of the year and go from 001 to 365 and the fourth number tells the year. If a code reads 1230 it means that the expiration date is the 123rd day of 2010 and if it reads 1231 the expiration date is 2011. The letters are related to the plant where the product was made and the last numbers are the UPC number.
2. What is the shelf life of Manischewitz products?
It varies from product to product. Matzo is 2 to 2-1/2 years; Gefilte Fish is 4 years; canned soups are 3 years. It is important to store products in a dry, temperature controlled environment.
4. After you open Gefilte Fish or Borscht how long will they last?
Once opened, these products should be refrigerated and eaten within 3 to 5 days. Gefilte Fish can be frozen and keeps best in the freezer if it is covered with the jell or liquid.
5. How do you eat Gefilte Fish? Does it have to be cooked?
Gefilte Fish is a cooked product and can be eaten directly from the jar. It is very good with a salad. Horsesradish is also frequently used as a condiment.
6. What is a Tam Tam?
A Tam Tam is the world's most famous kosher cracker. It is baked in a matzo oven at a higher temperature than any comparable cracker. Tam Tams are a delicious treat that go perfectly with any topping or straight out of the box.
Manischewitz is the nation’s largest manufacturer of processed kosher food products. They’re also the number one baker of matzo or unleavened bread in the entire world. They produce hundreds of other kosher foods too, including baked goods, pastas, soups, gefilte fish, grape juice and borscht.
Under the Manischewitz, Horowitz Margareten, Goodman's and Season names, They sell their products to specialty food distributors in the United States, Canada and throughout the world––although from the homemade quality of their products, you’d think they came right from your Bubbe’s kitchen.