I loved these noodles. They really are no-fail noodles - I rolled them out a little too thick,and then got distracted while I was boiling them in broth, but despite all that - they STILL turned out delicious. Once the noodles were prepared, I droppd them into boiling chicken broth and let them cook like pasta for about 15-20 minutes. They were wonderful and I can't wait to try them again - I think they will taste great with beef stronganoff ladled on top. Next time, to save time, I may run the dough through my pasta maker.
Tried this after another recipe failed me, and although the directions were a bit vague as to what order to put things in the bowl, the noodles were great! Let them dry for about three hours because of the humidity in the air today, and boiled them in some vegetable stock to pair with Wild Mushroom Stroganoff. They soaked up the flavour of the broth and the sauce wonderfully, and they were quite easy to make! The only caveat here is the serving size. I made a double batch, and it was barely enough for two, let alone four to six, so plan accordingly to the number of people, their appetites, and the inevitable desire for seconds.
I made this recipe last night and everyone loved it. I cooked the noodles in chicken stock (canned) and added salt and pepper and it turned out simply delicious. I had never attempted to make noodles before and these came out light and very tasty. Thanks Cindy Lynn for the delicious recipe. Will definitely be making again and again.
Okay, This is my new favorite Zaar recipe!!! It just doesn't make enough. ;) I will double it next time. I make chicken and dumplings quite often and I change it up by using packaged egg noodles or Mary B's frozen dumplings. Besides being light, fluffy and absolutely delicious, the reason I love this recipe is that you can change the thickness and width of the noodle to suit your mood. I like noodles and DH likes southern dumplings. I'm rolling these out to resemble something in-between the two...that makes for 2 happy campers. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for a simple and simply wonderful homemade noodle recipe.
I used this recipe in the soup I made my husband while he was in the hospital, they told him he couldn't eat again so I had to eat them. I made them again after he got home and he said "I'm upset now that I know this is what you were eating" I think that deserves a five star rating! Thank you!
Wonderful, easy, and delicious. I am making them for the second time today because last time they were such a hit. Thanks for posting!
I was looking for a homemade noodle to go into some chicken soup. This made the perfect amount for a big pot. Easy recipe and tasty noodles. I used whole wheat flour w/ success. Thanks!
These are delicious and SO easy to make! My two year old helped me roll the dough ^.^
I had never made noodles before and it turned out so tasty and easy! Used these in "Turkey Noodle Soup" . This is going in my keeper file! Thank you for sharing!
I made a triple recipe and served it for 2 dinners to my family of four, and it just seemed like enough noodles. (So I'm saying 1.5 recipes serves 4.) This was pretty easy to make, and I was all impressed with myself that it turned out (I have never made homemade noodles before). The first half of the batch I used that night in German Style Pork Chops With Mushrooms. The second half I dried and saved for a few weeks in a ziplock in the pantry, and finally used for Swedish Turkey Meatballs. The first night the noodles were really good. I'm not sure if I stored them improperly, too long, or over cooked them, but when I used the second half of the batch they weren't as good. I think in general I would not save and store these but only use them fresh-made. Thanks for the recipe!