Friday, January 30, 2009

Fresh Noodles

Mix the following in the blender or with a mixer until nice and fluffy/frothy:

2 eggs
2 T. butter
3 T. cream
1/2 teaspoon lemon or lime juice

2 cups of flour

Stir and then knead for a few minutes until nice and soft. (You may have to add another tablespoon of cream.)

Cover and let the dough rest for at least 20 minutes. (Do not skip this step! Letting it rest is really important!)

Cut in half and roll out VERY thin.

Cut noodles with pizza cutter to size and shape desired.

Cook in boiling salted water for 4-5 minutes.

Drain. Serve hot.

We ate this last night with sausage, peppers and onions. Mmmmmm........

I did not take a picture of our completed meal. It slipped my mind once my senses were filled with the aroma of garlic sausage, peppers, and onions. But, here's a picture of our happy table.


Claire said...

I'm definitely going to try this, Daja! They look just like the ones at Souplanation in the chicken noodle soup, which we LOVE! Thanks!

Lady Dorothy said...

Yummy! I and my "Mongolian" pasta maker are going to have to try this!

Tracie said...

What a delicious blog! Into the favorites you go.

PS: Thank you for noticing my baby's artwork was a crocodile. :-)

Gombojav Tribe said...

You're welcome, Tracie! We moms of budding artists have a knack for deciphering these things! :-)

Kathi said...

Thank you for sharing this recipe. I made noodles with an old lady from my church when I was 15. I have wonderful memories, but I didn't have the recipe. I viewed your other recipes. So many wonderful ones. You are indeed a good cook. That asparagus strudel looks so delicious. I will be back. Thanks for visiting me. Kathi

Tiffiney said...

Yummy..homemade noodles..will have to try this..

Jenners said...

Wow ... seems actually doable -- although a bit labor-intensive. And your table looks so warm and inviting -- I would love to eat there anytime!

Thanks for visiting my blog earlier!

Rosemary Bogdan said...

Lovely table and those noodles look very yummy.

American Home said...

I love this recipe. Thanks for posting it.