Egg Noodles


These are the noodles I use for chicken noodle soup, which is another post. I really love noodles.

Egg Noodles

  • Time: 20 minutes
  • Difficulty: easy
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These are super tasty in so many things! And they are really simple to make. A perfect combo in my kitchen (I really need things to be easy :P)

Ingredients

1 egg
1/2 cup flour
Water

Directions

So, beat the egg into silly submission. Then knead in the flour. Add in enough water that the dough is stiff, but not dry. Then you cut it into the desired shapes. You cook this just like any other pasta. Boil a pot of water and drop the little guys in. Don’t worry they don’t scream very much. Cook em until they are tender. keep in mind that the thicker the cut the longer it will take to cook.

Bu there’s more! Want to give them a twist? Puree spinach or carrots and add 1/4 of the puree to the dough. Or use some tomato paste. Once you’ve added something like this into the dough you may need to adjust either the flour or water to get that stiff and slightly moist feel.

And, OMG, you can stuff things inside them too! Just make a pocket and put the yummies inside. 🙂 Raviolis, I love you…

You can double, triple and quadrillionize this recipe. Make as much of it as you want. I just figured that I would post it here in it’s smallest format so that it was easier to see the ratio.

These are the noodles that I use when I make chicken noodle soup. 🙂

Happy Cooking!

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Posted on May 1, 2015, in Recipe and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Awesome! 😄👍

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