This recipe is for my Grandma’s famous egg noodles. It isn’t a holiday without them and the pride she had watching everyone gobble them up was apparent with her smile and people fighting over leftovers. For almost 70 years, generations of my family have been enjoying these noodles. They were made quite frequently for my grandma’s large family since the ingredients were cheap using flour and salt and getting eggs from the chickens on their farm. Grandma told me how her mother would ask the girls what they wanted for supper and often the answer was “noodles!”
Her mother taught her how to make them, she taught her daughters and eventually me. Every time I roll out this dough, the velvet feel of the dough as I coat it in flour feels like she’s right beside me and maybe in some way she is. This recipe was her specialty and whether you cook many things or just one thing really well, it can become your signature recipe. The dough can also be used to make chicken and dumplings just by cutting it a little thicker and shorter. Roll it thinner and in sheets to use it for fresh lasagna noodles. It’s versatile, so delicious and I hope you’ll consider making it a part of your holiday tradition as well! I mean we could all use a little more carbs for our food coma, right? I could totally go for a bowl of it right now.
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Out of respect for my grandma’s privacy, I have chosen not to show her face. Besides she would agree, it’s all about the noodles. 😉