An old family recipe from St. John Lutheran Church member, Lillie Kauitzsch, Bartlett, Texas. A much better taste than store bought. I also remember my great-grandmother making noodles like this when I visited her in Oklahoma, many moons ago. Preparations time is an estimate.
- Beat the egg yolks with the whole egg until very light.
- Beat in the salt and water.
- Stir in the flour and work with hands until blended.
- Divide dough into 2 parts.
- Roll out each part as thin as possible on a lightly floured board.
- Let stand until partially dry (like chamois skin), at least 1 hour, then roll up like a jelly roll and cut into strips of any desired width.
- Shake out strips and allow them to finish drying before using or storing them.
Perfect! I have made this recipe several times and decided that I should let you know this is a classic!
these were easy and perfect. i was very proud of myself w/my first noodle making experience -because of your recipe :)-THANKS!!
This made great noodles. I didn't have to add any extra water, but I did use my food processor to mix the dough and only did a little bit of hand kneading to get it all together. And then I used my Kitchen Aid's pasta roller attachment to roll out the dough. (And my dogs liked that I made this recipe because they got to have the extra egg whites in their dogfood.) We humans had the noodles with chicken cordon blue. Thanks for a great recipe.