homemade noodles, no waiting to dry

★★★★★ 5
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By Nancy J. Patrykus
from Spokane, WA

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!!

★★★★★ 5
serves 2-3
prep time 5 Min
cook time 30 Min

Ingredients For homemade noodles, no waiting to dry

  • 1 c
    flour
  • 1
    egg-----save 1/2 of shell
  • 1/2
    egg shell of milk
  • 2 can
    chicken broth
  • dash parsley leaves...

How To Make homemade noodles, no waiting to dry

  • 1
    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.
  • 2
    Pat out onto a flowered cutting board. Roll out wide and long... VERY, VERY thin.
  • 3
    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,
  • 4
    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!
  • 5
    Ladle into a serving bowl, and enjoy. This makes a good side dish QUOTE: "When in doubt, take a covered dish. "
  • 6
    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
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