I use candykisses' recipe, but cut the salt in half. My family won't eat any other kind.
"...He has shown kindness by giving you rain from heaven and crops in their seasons; he provides you with plenty of food and fills your hearts with joy." Acts 14:17b
I guess I am missing Star's recipe?. Where was it posted please?
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Spaetzle Dumplings From Taste of Home These tender homemade noodles take only minutes to make and are a natural accompaniment to Mom's chicken. You can enjoy them with the chicken gravy or simply buttered and sprinkled with parsley. —Pamela Eaton, Lambertville, MichiganINGREDIENTS2 cups all-purpose flour4 eggs, lightly beaten1/3 cup milk2 teaspoons salt2 quarts water1 tablespoon butterSERVINGS 6 DIRECTIONSIn a large bowl, stir the flour, eggs, milk and salt until smooth (dough will be sticky). In a large saucepan, bring water to a boil. (Can add bouillon here). Pour dough into a colander or spaetzle maker coated with nonstick cooking spray; place over boiling water. With a wooden spoon, press dough until small pieces drop into boiling water. Cook for 2 minutes or until dumplings are tender and float. Remove with a slotted spoon; toss with butter. Yield: 6 servings.
These are Great. I have made them a lot~ TNT ~ Alliea
How do you keep these from getting crushed in the freezer? My freezer is not as organized as it should be. :) I do like any idea that has several uses with only one clean-up.
I just put them in a freezer bag and throw them in the freezer. I let them dry out real good before I freeze them and I don't have any problems with them getting crushed.
Cinnamama - could you post your homemade noodles that you mentioned Star had already posted? I am not finding it and would like a copy. Thanks.
Here is Debbie's recipe and also some comments that I had saved.
Posted by: cinnamama
Posted on: 11/16/2005 6:19:24 PM
This is the only recipe I have used for years. Every Christmas I am asked to take noodles to my inlaws for dinner and then I have to make more for home. These are the noodles I made for homemade chicken noodle soup the other day when my DS was sick and told me I am a good cook. They can be made ahead of time and thrown in the freezer.
1 cup flour
1/4 tsp. butter
1/4 tsp. baking powder
2 1/2 Tbsp. milk
In a bowl place flour, make a well and add remaining ingredients into well. Mix with a fork then with hands until stiff dough. Roll on floured board until very thin. Let stand 20 minutes. Cut into strips. Spread out and let dry for 2 hours or more. Cook as desired.
This is a small batch, I usually triple this batch and freeze part of them for later use. These can also be mixed with a Cuisinart food processor and then rolled by hand or with a noodle machine.
Posted on: 11/16/2005 6:20:45 PM
I forgot to say that I cook them in chicken broth and chicken or turkey pieces.
Posted by: cinnamama #R6733337
Star, I just posted the noodle recipe last night for someone looking for noodles. The soup, I just throw stuff together. I bake boneless chicken breast and then cut it up in chunks. I add chicken broth to the chicken. If I have celery and carrots I cut them up into small pieces and saute them in a little butter until tender. I add a little garlic powder and throw it all together. I then sprinkle with fresh ground pepper. Cook the noodles in the chicken broth mixture until tender. Use enough broth to make a soup. See, nothing exciting-just throw it together.
Hope this helps!
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