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Homeade Noodles Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
MONICA BROWN

Category:
Category:

Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
Flour
Eggs
Water
Broth of your choice in a large pan

Directions:
Directions:
Use one egg for every cup of flour. Mix together. Will be crumbly. Add small amounts of water until a dough ball is formed. It is OK if you add too much water, you can just add some flour to it. Bring your broth to a rolling boil. Sprinkle flour onto table. Place dough on top of flour, and roll out to desired thickness. You may need to add more flour as you roll your dough out. If it starts to stick to the table, pull dough back and add flour underneath, or you can pick it up, add flour, and flip it over. I will actually flip my dough a few times, flour table and top of dough. Cut dough to desired width by using a noodle cutter, pizza cutter, or knife. We use a pizza cutter, it is much easier and goes a lot faster. Remember as you are cutting your noodles, they will expand some while cooking. Once all noodles are cut, place them back in your mixing bowl. Carry to your pot to make it easier on you. I always scrape excess flour into bowl with noodles and fluff them. This will help thicken your broth into more of a gravy. If you need the broth for soup, don't add the flour. Place in the boiling broth a small amount at a time. Stir after you add each amount. This will keep your noodles from sticking together. Cook until noodles are done to your desired tenderness. You will know by testing them with a fork. Remove a noodle, cut in half, and taste it. Enjoy!

Number Of Servings:
Number Of Servings:
Depends of how much you make!
Preparation Time:
Preparation Time:
30-45 minutes
Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
These are so easy to make. It may take a time or two, but once you get the hang of it..it is a piece of cake. I love serving them with mashed potatoes. You can also add quartered potatoes to your broth. You can also make it into soup!

 

 

 

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