3 eggs 2 cups flour (approximately) 1/2 teaspoon salt beef or chicken stock
Beat eggs until frothy. Add flour and stir until of dough texture. Knead until smooth. Turn into floured cutting board. Roll dough turning often until thin. Let noodle dough dry 45 minutes, then turn and dry another 1/2 hour.
Cut into noodles. Drop into boiling beef or chicken stock. Reduce heat and cook at rolling boil for about 20 minutes. As the noodles boil, begin their own gravy. Season to taste.
My grandma made them but after rolling them out thin she would roll the dough up lengthwise and then cut them. Then she would shake them apart and leave out to dry.....we would run by and grab a raw noodle and eat it!!! Aww the memories. I'm 60 now!! Lol
Dec 13, 2013
I have been making these noodles going on 32 years my family loves them
always make them 4 the holidays and they r gone in a flash so give them a try and u will b hooked 4 life sea salt and cracked pepper are so yummy on these noodles <3
May 19, 2013
Gwenevere1946 Member since: May 19, 2013 COMMENT: Should have added: The sheets of dough were then rolled like a jelly roll and cut into strips as thin or as wide as desired.
May 16, 2013
boy COMMENT: When we would go to my grandmother's house in Indiana she would have these for one or more of our dinners. And I remember as a kid my mom having this dough drying on the kitchen counter. And now I'm making them. Simple and delicious.
Mar 9, 2011
So easy, and they were so good!!! I reviewed in on my blog!
May 25, 2008
Add some chicken broth, sweet cream butter, and cubed chicken, and this makes one great meal. Best chicken and noodles I have ever tasted!
Feb 17, 2008
This was my first time ever making homemade pasta but it won't be my last! This recipe is delicious! I made a big pot of chicken soup and the next day it was gone!
Thanks for sharing.
Apr 14, 2004
hogheaven Member since: April 14, 2004 REVIEW:
I tried this recipe today and my family loved it! I was the star of the day with these great homemade noodles!