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Egg Noodles

Egg Noodles created by Bonnie G 2

I can remember standing on a chair in my Grandma Cupp's kitchen and watching her make homemade noodles. Of course, she let me sample the raw dough, and it was fabulous. You know it was good if I can remember it 60 years later. Shug said "this isn't Grandma Cupp's recipe, but it's as close as I can get since she always used guess and by-golly cooking." From the kitchen of Shug Cupp Cleeton, Moberly MO.

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  • Beat egg; add cold water, oil and baking powder. Then gradually beat in enough flour to make a really stiff dough. Roll, cut and let dry about 1 hour.
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"I can remember standing on a chair in my Grandma Cupp's kitchen and watching her make homemade noodles. Of course, she let me sample the raw dough, and it was fabulous. You know it was good if I can remember it 60 years later. Shug said "this isn't Grandma Cupp's recipe, but it's as close as I can get since she always used guess and by-golly cooking." From the kitchen of Shug Cupp Cleeton, Moberly MO."
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  1. Bonnie G 2
    Went to make recipe#144837 and realized I had no noodels. Found this and decided to try my hand at it. It was so easy, I did add some basil and oregano to the dry mix prior to mixing all together and it gave it a nice flavor. Think I should have rolled a little thinner and added more flour for a dryer dough but that was because of my own learning curve. The end results were great.
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  2. Bonnie G 2
    Egg Noodles Created by Bonnie G 2
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  3. Tona C.
    I can remember standing on a chair in my Grandma Cupp's kitchen and watching her make homemade noodles. Of course, she let me sample the raw dough, and it was fabulous. You know it was good if I can remember it 60 years later. Shug said "this isn't Grandma Cupp's recipe, but it's as close as I can get since she always used guess and by-golly cooking." From the kitchen of Shug Cupp Cleeton, Moberly MO.
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