2 cups of all purpose flour
1/4 tsp of salt
That's it. See I told you, easy!
Make a "well" in your flour/salt mixture and add the eggs.
Once it is fairly combined then you use your hands to mix and kneed the dough.
On a lightly floured surface you need to roll, turn, roll, turn, roll.
This step take quite a while to thin out the dough. If you don't have a noodle maker then you keep doing the roll and turn step until you get the dough to your desired thickness.
I'm not a huge fan of pictures of myself. Megan has found her "selfie" love so I suck it up and smile with my girl. I figure at least people will know I really did exist. Ha!
One Christmas I was gifted a noodle attachment for my Kitchen Aid. I ran strips of the dough through twice to thin it and then ran it through the noodle cutting portion.
Again this is not necessary. Until I had this attachment I would roll and roll, then use a pizza cutter to cut the noodles.
Place your cut noodles on a floured towel, cover and let dry until you are ready to use. If you don't need them all you can also freeze them after you had let them dry a few hours.
This batch of noodles was used to complete our chicken and noodles dinner. Yum!
May you find joy in the journey as you chase your life!
That pot of chicken and noodles looks amazing! Good job to your daughter; I've never made noodles. I don't like making my pic either, but since you have a selfie girl now, you had better get used to it. lolReplyDelete
I've never made noodles, I may have to try!! I DETEST having my picture taken. Something I need to work on....ReplyDelete
I use the dough hook on my Kitchen Aid to dough. I love my Kitchen Aid. No noodle attachment, but I have the FGSVA attachment, which, once I got it, I couldn't figure how I lived without it!ReplyDelete
You have a very pretty kitchen.
Megan makes noodle making look like a lot of fun. That chicken and noodle dinner looks delicious.ReplyDelete
Great job girls!! I bet my little gals would like to try it. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
I love homemade noodles, cute selfies. Love the megan and mom one.ReplyDelete
I love homemade noodles. Thank you for sharing. I will try this. I may have try it with me. Love the selfies.ReplyDelete
This looks like fun, I haven't tried to make homemade noodles yet, but I bet Kathleen would love to try it with me. :-) After they dry, do you boil them or anything or just add them to whatever dish you are making? Thanks! Have a great night!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing this recipe. I have made homemade noodles but it has been a while. I think I need to make some again. They are so much better than store bought.ReplyDelete
I have always wanted to try making noodles but it seemed like a hard thing to do. You have inspired me to try! I also hate having my picture taken and my hubby always tells me no one will ever know I existed - I guess I better suck it up too! You are such a great mom.ReplyDelete
I see your blog daily, it is crispy to study.ReplyDelete
Your blog is very useful for me & i like so much...
Thanks for sharing the good information!
I love making noodles, and my family love it to. lol as I am sure with these your family was also glad. Looks yummyReplyDelete