Monday, January 25, 2010

Mom's Egg Noodles


Mom's Egg Noodles

Per person figure...
1 egg
1 T water
about 2/3 cup flour (varies on day and humidity)
salt

Mix in bowl as best you can, grab some of the dough out and put on floured surface. Roll out into a rectangle until 1/8" to 1/4" or so thick. The thicker your dough, the thicker your noodles.

Lightly dust the top with flour and roll up.




Cut with sharp knife as wide as you like them. These are a little over 1/4" wide.

Gently unroll, trying not to smash them. I add a little more flour and let them set for a bit.
Add them and any flour you had out to your chicken and broth. The flour will help thicken the chicken and noodles. If you need to you can add a little cornstarch mixed with cold water to the pot, stirring as you add it. This was 4 chicken breasts and 8 cups of broth, we had plenty of leftovers.

We eat ours over mashed potatoes and my husband and the girls add a slice of cheese under the noodles.


5 comments:

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    1. Best noodles ever, right? They are so fluffy!

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  2. G'day! Mom always knows best!
    YUM Jenny!
    Cheers! Joanne
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