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My 12 year old now loves making homemade noodles! We increased this to 3 cups flour, 3 eggs, 2tsp salt (yes that much it softens the dough), and 1/4 plus a bit of half and half. I also like them better with a Tablspoon of olive oil and a teaspoon of course pepper. Thank you so much for posting.

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Maeven6 June 26, 2009

I have made homemade noodles the old-fashioned way for 40 years. I love that I can skip the kneading (that job gets harder as you age LOL) These tasted just like the old way. I cooked up a portion in chicken soup and let the rest dry after slicing, then stored them in the freezer. Next time I want chicken noodle soup, I can just thaw and cook. Made for PAC Spring 2007.

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ElaineAnn May 17, 2007

This was as good as my original homemade noodles and so much easier. I used a food processor and that's the way I will be making my noodles from now on. Thanks so much.

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Connie Lea February 11, 2010

This turned out perfectly!! I made it tonight and rolled them out using my Kitchen Aid attachment.

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jessica819 September 27, 2009

Preparing for the 2013 Oscars, which includes the famous line from Silver Linings Playbook, "I'm making crabby snacks and homemades!" I wanted an easy recipe for "homemades" which are homemade noodles. There were lots of recipes out there but this looked like the easiest. I followed the recipe EXACTLY, which I never do, and the lovely, plump noodles are waiting until tonight to take their turn in the boiling water. These were EXCELLENT directions, mine looked exactly as described, and I'm sure they'll taste great. Thanks!

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cathpiano February 24, 2013

These came out great! I had some dehydrated spinach that I ground up into powder and added 2 Tbls. powder to the dried ingredients and added extra milk. Great spinach noodles for alfredo. Thanks so much for posting!

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children from A to Z June 02, 2010

Voila! Just like my mother's except she used the "make a well and crack an egg in the middle" method. Tastes exactly the same and is SO much easier.

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Clevergirl7 February 05, 2015

I made these tonight after my son requested noodle soup. I didn't have any noodles so I googled a recipe and found this one. It was very simple, quick, and the results were great. I printed it on card stock to use again and again. Thanks so much for the recipe.

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Catherine L. October 25, 2014

I liked the smooth texture of the noodles. I added them to soup and was happy with the result. Thanks for sharing the recipe! Made for Pick A Chef 2014.

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Susie D May 14, 2014

Sure a lot easier than my old way. I cut recipe in half with no problem. The dough is a dream to work with, very easy to roll out. Great in my turkey soup. I am going to experiment with adding herbs and spices. Made for Spring 2013 PAC.

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Mikekey April 09, 2013
No Knead Homemade Noodles (Food Processor)