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    There is nothing like homemade noodles.....and this is the recipe to start with.

    Recipe #221164

    This is wonderful anytime, but especially if someone in your household is not feeling well. It is so comforting. If you don't feel like messing with the noodles, use cut up won ton or egg roll skins instead.

    Recipe #58371

    This is one of our family's best recipes ever! It came from my great-grandma who was the best cook in our family. I love it, my family loves it, and we hope you do too!

    Recipe #95311

    Adapted from a recipe by Diana Smith on allrecipes.com. This is a soup, not a stew. You could shortcut by using a rotisserie chicken and packaged egg noodles, but it's not the same.

    Recipe #344100

    I wanted to share with everyone this quick and easy noodle recipe that my mom used to make when she was short on money but always had these ingredients in the kitchen. I will show you how to make it so that it is not as fattening as when she made them but they still taste as wonderful.

    Recipe #86645

    The women in my family would gather in my grandmothers kitchen to make tons of pasta. From my great-grandmother Filomena to my grandmother Esther, mother Florence, aunts Lillian, Rita and Nancy, cousins, and myself, Linda, we made pasta for all of us and this is the recipe my great-grandmother used only I have scaled it down from 50 pounds of flour to a few cups and instead of elbow grease I use my Cuisinart and my Kitchenaid. It is so simple to make that I make it every week and freeze the pasta. I tried to break down the directions into easy steps. This really is an easy recipe but I think it can be daunting if you have never made pasta before. I have been making it for 50 years, since I was a little girl. Back in those days we rolled the pasta out with my great-grandmothers huge rolling pin and cut the pasta with either a knife or a little machine. The new fangled way is faster and better.

    Recipe #272132

    Serve these German noodles in place of potatoes with roasts or ragouts. The simplest way to shape them is by pushing the batter through a metal spaetzle press (it resembles a potato ricer and can be bought at specialty kitchen shops) or through a fine colander.

    Recipe #207797

    1 Reviews |  By CJAY

    This is an easy recipe to make your own noodles for Chicken Noodle soup. Start these noodles about 30 minutes before you would like to add them to your homemade soup.

    Recipe #355096

    This comes down the pike though at least 100 years of noodle makin' here in Southern Indiana. Geraldine was quite the cook and her noodles were known Statewide. Enjoy the journey.

    Recipe #251664

    1 Reviews |  By 5JFs

    These noodles are great in chicken noodle soup. A co-worker gave me the recipe years ago.

    Recipe #275258

    This is just another one of my Grandmother's many hidden talents. (Homemade Noodles) She made all of her food from scratch. It was not only cheaper at the time, but better for you, according to her.

    Recipe #213430

    Great in soup or buttered as a side dish. They are really very easy to make.

    Recipe #216441

    I never thought pasta could be so easy to make until I tied this recipe. Easy, fast and a large quantity from few ingredients. I like to serve this pasta with my Ukrainian Halushky recipe posted on this site at well. My children love just the pasta alone with onions sauteed in butter.

    Recipe #376039

    Make these noodles last for a soup. Remove any vegetables and meat that may be in the base before boiling it to cook the noodles. After cooking the noodles put everything back in the base and heat for 5 minutes and serve. This recipe makes enough for a large soup, but you could make half again as much if you like a lot of noodles in your soup.

    Recipe #106690

    I posted a few of my Mom's recipes in the community forum My Mom's best Meal and was asked by Bergy to posted them on Zaar. I had to measure out the ingredients to get the amounts because my Mom "eyed" everything. I didn't include the time it takes for me to prepare the noddles or to roll them out and the rest of the times may be off a little as well because i haven't timed how long it takes for the dish to re heat for serving.

    Recipe #189624

    4 Reviews |  By Cooputo

    We make this pasta dough and it turns out perfectly every time. We use the food processor for the dough and a manual crank pasta machine for the noodles. Start to finish our pasta is done in less than 15 min and ready to cook!

    Recipe #409360

    4 Reviews |  By Olha

    Home-made noodles are not only delicious but very easy to prepare. They may be made in a large quantity, dried, and stored in a covered container for future need. For a busy homemaker it is convenient and time saving to have a supply of home-made noodles on hand for any emergency. Increase this recipe to suit your need.

    Recipe #78459


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