Easy Homemade Noodles Recipe

Make your own noodles with organic eggs—it’s easy to do, and delicious.

| March 2013

  • Homemade noodles
    Dry noodles in a single layer before boiling.
    Photo Courtesy New Society Publishers
  • Homegrown and Handmade
    Take control of your food supply from seed to plate; raise small and medium livestock for fun, food and fiber; and rediscover traditional skills to meet more of your family’s needs than you ever thought possible.
    Cover Courtesy New Society Publishers

  • Homemade noodles
  • Homegrown and Handmade

Homegrown and Handmade shows how making things from scratch and growing at least some of your own food can help you eliminate artificial ingredients from your diet, reduce your carbon footprint and create a more authentic life. Author Deborah Niemann writes from the perspective of a successful, self-taught modern homesteader, in a well-illustrated, practical and accessible manual for a simpler life. In this excerpt, get tips for using your poultry to its full potential. The following excerpt is a recipe for homemade noodles, which can make a great chicken noodle soup.  

You can buy this book from the GRIT store: Homegrown and Handmade.

More from Homegrown & Handmade:

Cooking With Eggs From Your Backyard Flock 
Crustless Quiche Recipe
Farm-Fresh Chicken Soup Recipe
Homemade Mayonnaise Recipe 
Brioche Recipe 
Turkey Stroganoff Recipe
Crème Brûlée Pie Recipe 

Although noodles are not expensive to buy, they cost only pennies to make, and you can use your own organic eggs. They are also delicious and incredibly easy to make. These noodles make a great chicken soup when cooked with a stew hen. Feel free to double this recipe. However, you will probably have to split it up into two batches to roll out, depending upon how thick you like your noodles and how much counter space you have to roll them out.



Easy Homemade Noodles Recipe

Makes 4 servings as part of chicken soup.  

2 eggs
1 cup flour plus more for rolling out
pinch of salt



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