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Recipes - Whole Wheat Egg Noodles

Recipe Name

Whole Wheat Egg Noodles

Submitted by AmyLyon76
Recipe Description I love noodles, but like a healthier version
Quantity 1 Quantity Unit lb Servings  
Prep Time (minutes) 60 Cook Time (minutes) 5 Ready In (minutes) 65
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Amt. Measure Ingredient
cupwheat flour, wholewheat
cupsflour unbleached
Sequence Step
1If using a standing mixer with a dough hook, place the whole wheat flour, 1 cup of the all-purpose flour and salt in the mixing bowl. Combine on the low setting. Add the eggs and water and combine using the setting recommended by the manufacturer for pasta or bread dough until the dough forms a ball on the dough hook. You might need to add a little more water or, if too wet, a little more flour. After the ball forms, continue to knead for about 2 minutes, or until shiny and elastic. The dough should not be sticky. (Alternately, the dough can be mixed by hand and kneaded for about 10 minutes.) Remove dough from the bowl and shape into a disk. Wrap in waxed or parchment paper and let rest for about 30 minutes. After it has rested, roll the dough according to the directions for your pasta roller or machine. For noodles, you will want a rather thin sheet. (You can roll the dough by hand, but it does take a lot of work to get it thin enough.) Cut into desired strips or squares. The noodles can be used immediately or refrigerated for several hours in layers on a baking sheet, dusted lightly with flour and separated by waxed paper. Use in any of your favorite noodle recipes, adjusting the cooking time for fresh noodles.

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