Total Time
Prep 1 hr
Cook 0 mins

I saw this on a cooking show on TV and it's now my favourite recipe for making noodles. The food processor does all the hard work of kneading the dough for you. I usually dry my strips from the pasta machine a little before cutting them into noodles. They seem to separate better that way. I then put meal size quantities in zip lock bags and freeze This saves hanging them up to dry.


  1. Add all ingredients to a food processor.
  2. Process until mixture starts to form a ball.
  3. You may want to start with a little less water depending on the size of your eggs and moistness of your f lour.
  4. Wrap ball in plastic wrap and let rest for about an hour.
  5. Then make your pasta using your pasta machine or rolling out. Enjoy -- .


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I made homemade pasta for the first time using this recipe because I liked how easy this recipe was. The noodles had a great taste and was great with alfredo sauce. The only change I made was that I added a little garlic salt to the recipe. These noodles were light and very tasty! The only thing that I did wrong, was after running the dough through the pasta maker, I laid the noodles out on my countertop and they stuck to it. :^( Next time I make these noodles, I'll make sure they are put on a floured surface. Thank you Bob for the great recipe!

Mitomopa November 22, 2011

It was my first time making pasta and it worked out wonderfully! I used an extra tbsp of water as my dough was just too dry to bind, and added a little bit of salt. I put the pasta straight into boiling water because I made thin noodles that were hard to keep from sticking together. Thanks for posting Bob!

little_princess_suzy February 13, 2010

If you do made these, I suggest you do use a pasta machine. I own one, but decided to try it the old fashioned way...rolling it out by hand and cutting it. The pasta was way too thick, and took forever to boil. Live and learn.

Chef Sweet Sal September 22, 2009

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