Homemade NOODLES, no waiting to dry

Nancy J. Patrykus Recipe

By Nancy J. Patrykus Finnjin

5 Min
30 Min

Here is another Grandma Nellie Curl
recipe from the 50's!
a Indiana farm cook.
Heat your broth,
make your noodles,
roll out, cut and cook!!
These are so tender,you need no butter.
SO quick and simple!!

pinch tips: How to Knead Dough


1 c
egg-----save 1/2 of shell
egg shell of milk
2 can(s)
chicken broth
dash parsley leaves...

Directions Step-By-Step

Bring broth to a boil, turn to simmer.
Put flour into a small bowl
Add 1 egg and 1/2 egg shell of milk.
Mix with a fork.
add a little more milk if to dry.
Pat out onto a flowered cutting board.
Roll out wide and long...
VERY, VERY thin.
Cut into thin strips with a pizza cutter,
then cut noodles in half.
Can be cut into smaller pieces ..if you so desire.
Move cutting board to stove,
Turn heat on broth to a medium boil,
Start putting noodles one by one into broth...
stirring slowly so they do not stick together...
Turn heat low to simmer..and cook for 25 -30 minutes.
Stir occasionally so they do not stick.
Taste to be sure they are not doughy.
Cooking time will vary according to how thick you have cut the noodles!
Ladle into a serving bowl, and enjoy.
This makes a good side dish

QUOTE: "When in doubt, take a covered dish. "
ADD ON help:
Pat out you're dough in the form of a hot dog bun..,
longer than wider shape.
Be sure to roll them as thin as you can, almost like paper!!
flour your board and rolling pin well.. I move my board close to your broth, so when you pick them up(I use a spatula,)
they will be close to your broth.
Add them one at a time and stir, add another, stir,
...this is so they do not stick together!
Always do a taste test during the cooking..
you do not want them to taste doughy!
Wish I was there to help or show you...
They are very easy to make...tips help ,
the first time....Hugs, nancy

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Pasta Sides, Other Soups
Collection: Food on the Run
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids

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JoEllen Fortenberry Ford JoEllen1946
Mar 20, 2012
Ah! Dinner on the way. I will get right on these! The cold front has made these the perfect dish. Sounds great.I will tell you how yummy they were later.
Nancy J. Patrykus Finnjin
Mar 20, 2012
You might want to add a little pepper...
does not need salt or butter..
They are so yummy!!
Thank you, Jo Ellen

let me know... Hugs
Nancy J. Patrykus Finnjin
Mar 20, 2012
next time for me..
I will cut them a little smaller ..
so I can fork the to me mouth!!! LOL
Deb Crane songchef
Mar 21, 2012
Ohhh....pure bliss! :)
Nancy J. Patrykus Finnjin
Mar 21, 2012
MMMMmmmmmmm Thank you
.I had it for dinner...
Deb you are right!
Pure bliss !!
Janet Cosgrove JanetCoz
Mar 22, 2012
I have made these noodles for years..... always added a half eggshell of milk for each egg used. But my husband likes his noodles thick, so I don't roll out thin. Whenever I have leftover chicken & chicken bones or turkey from Thanksgiving, I boil these in water and then remove bones and drop the noodles in the broth. Nothing my family loves better than home-made noodles. I have also made these with beef. Your posting makes me hungry for noodles- may have to make them for dinner today!
Nancy J. Patrykus Finnjin
Mar 22, 2012
Thanks for the comment.. a great ides!!
I like thin..but cut shorter...
Stormy Stewart karlyn255
Mar 23, 2012
Think I might try these wider and try stuffing them with parmesan cheese
Stormy Stewart karlyn255
Mar 23, 2012
Thanks so much. I am allergic to wheat. Have been buying noodles made of other things like spelt or hemp. I have spelt flour here. Now I can make these with that flour anytime We want noodles.
Nancy J. Patrykus Finnjin
Mar 23, 2012
I am so very glad..
.that my recipe will help you.

Hugs, nancy
Stormy Stewart karlyn255
Mar 23, 2012
It does. if I had the chicken broth I would make today.
Stormy Stewart karlyn255
Mar 23, 2012
Do you think I could use chicken boulion
Nancy J. Patrykus Finnjin
Mar 23, 2012
I think that would be way...too SALTY!...YUK!