Prep 30 mins
Cook 5 mins
- Combine the dry ingredients together add the egg and water and mix well.
- It will be a sticky dough.
- Divide the dough in half.
- Take a half at a time and dust your work surface with protein powder.
- Liberally dust the dough and roll out very very thin on your work surface.
- Fold the dough in half and cut into strips with a very sharp knife.
- Place the cut strips on to a dry towel and let them air dry for 2 hours.
- To cook drop noodles into boiling salted water.
- Use a large pot- water foams.
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!
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!