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Grandma’s Homemade Egg Noodles

Updated on March 4, 2016
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An Old Family Favorite

With packaged noodles and pasta makers being popular why do it the old fashion way? Because the best meals ever came from Grandma’s kitchen decades ago, that’s why. One of my favorites was Grandma’s homemade egg noodles and over the years I, too, have made many like she taught me to.

Egg noodles are good boiled in most any broth. Poultry, beef or wild game was choice in the good ole days, but egg noodles are also a great addition to a vegetable soup even if it’s only a few diced potatoes and celery stalks. Anything that makes a tasty broth is a base for egg noodles.

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Egg Noodles

Start by breaking 3 or 4 large eggs into a mixing bowl and beat them with an egg beater until foamy. Sprinkle into the foamy mixture a teaspoon of salt. Beat some more.

Now add 2 cups of flour and mix well. This mixture should be easily handled without sticking to your hands. If it is sticky, mix in some more flour. If it is too dry to form a ball of dough, then sprinkle with a little water, but only if the dough does not hold together well. It should be a texture much like pie crust.

Now you are ready to form the noodles. This can be done by placing dough on a floured surface and using a rolling pin to flatten out the dough and roll it thin. Slice with a knife and drop it into the boiling broth or soup. Boil about 10 minutes and then lower the heat to simmer until ready to serve. The noodles should be fully cooked in the first ten minutes if they are not too thick otherwise they will continue to cook as the pot simmers.

Another way to form noodles it much like working with play dough by forming the noodles with your fingers or pressing them on a dinner plate and cutting them in strips. For those not wanting to use a rolling pin this may be more efficient to you and it takes up less preparation space.

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    • Diana Lee profile imageAUTHOR

      Diana L Pierce 

      8 months ago from Potter County, Pa.

      These are easy to make, Martha. And very good.

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      Martha walker 

      8 months ago

      Diane you make it sound so easy.

    • Diana Lee profile imageAUTHOR

      Diana L Pierce 

      5 years ago from Potter County, Pa.

      Thank you, moonlake. I appreciate you stopping by and hope you have good luck with them. I use to make these often when my kids were still home.

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      moonlake 

      5 years ago from America

      I like this hub. I have a person in my life that is constantly telling me she makes her own noodles. I will have to make your recipe and tell her I also make my own noodles!! Thanks for sharing. Voted up.

    • Diana Lee profile imageAUTHOR

      Diana L Pierce 

      5 years ago from Potter County, Pa.

      Thank you, Frank. I know you'll love them.

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      Frank Atanacio 

      5 years ago from Shelton

      this is the perfect recipe for the up and coming cold weather thank you so much for the share voted awesome! :) Frank

    • Diana Lee profile imageAUTHOR

      Diana L Pierce 

      5 years ago from Potter County, Pa.

      Thank you, Denise. Homemade always is better.

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      Denise Handlon 

      5 years ago from North Carolina

      Diana-this is the perfect hub to link to my 'homemade chicken noodle soup recipe' hub (which I haven't seen posted yet!). I rated it up / U/I Thanks for sharing and I'll put the link in when it clears the HP management team. :)

    • Diana Lee profile imageAUTHOR

      Diana L Pierce 

      5 years ago from Potter County, Pa.

      You are welcome. I made this often when my kids were home. Thank you for stopping by.

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      Martin Kloess 

      5 years ago from San Francisco

      Thank you for sharing your grandma's recipe with us.

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