Total Time
Prep 30 mins
Cook 5 mins

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Combine the dry ingredients together add the egg and water and mix well.
  2. It will be a sticky dough.
  3. Divide the dough in half.
  4. Take a half at a time and dust your work surface with protein powder.
  5. Liberally dust the dough and roll out very very thin on your work surface.
  6. Fold the dough in half and cut into strips with a very sharp knife.
  7. Place the cut strips on to a dry towel and let them air dry for 2 hours.
  8. To cook drop noodles into boiling salted water.
  9. Use a large pot- water foams.
Most Helpful

Lol. I think you might be my new hero! I just made the whole batch of this, mixing with the dough hook on my mixer, then rolled them out for chicken and dumplings. Heaven in a bowl. Making a low carb cream soup base for this and using this recipe, my whole pot of soup had 40 carbs. Will definitely make these again. I needed to go heavy on the protein powder for this cause they really are sticky as described. Rolled on parchment to help with sticking. Thanks for sharing!

Queen Roachie November 13, 2013

I made this using defatted soy flour and real egg. Great recipe that goes well through a pasta machine. I let my dough rest for about 20 minutes, and used my electric mixer attachment. Because of the dough consistency, I had to start on a thicker setting and work my way down to a sheet thin enough for spaghetti noodles. I dusted it with flour and stored it it the fridge overnight. Don't worry about separating your noodles right away, they break out when boiled. Thanks Dancer!

AKillian24 November 12, 2005

We were really excited to try this recipe but unfortunately it did not work for us. The dough was too wet and sticky to handle, and it was almost impossible to roll. Not sure what we did wrong

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