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Saturday, January 14, 2012

Recipe Group / Homemade Noodles & Chicken Noodle Soup

Taught by Julie H.

We learned that making homemade noodles is pretty quick and easy!

First you mix....

Then you roll......

Then you cut......
(Julie uses a pizza cutter - genius!)

Look at this nifty mat she has!

Then you plop them in the boiling soup.....

As they cook they rise to the top.

Then - wala!! Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup

Nancy says......"Yummy!!!"

Julie even made us desert!
Delicious Buttermilk Brownies.

Pay no attention to the woman behind the bin!

Or shall we start playing Where's Waldo.....Haha!

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The Recipes:

Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup

3 to 4 chicken skinless breasts (some with bones)
6 to 7 chicken bouillon cubes
14 cups water (or use chicken stock and eliminate bouillon)
2 onions
8 celery stocks
2 to 3 carrots (Julie likes hers shredded so the kids won't pick them out teehee!)
Pepper to taste

In a large stock pot cover chicken with water, add chicken bouillon, one coarsely chopped onion and half of the celery.  cook until chicken comes off bones easily.  Strain broth and return to pan.  Add the remaining ingredients (add more or less vegetables to taste).  Debone and shred the chicken.  Return the meat to the broth  Let simmer on low heat for several hours, stirring occasionally.  Add noodles about 1/2 hour before serving.  Cook until noodles are tender.


3 cups flour
1/2 Tablespoon salt
4 eggs

Measure flour and salt into bowl, make a nest in the flour.  Break eggs in bowl.  Save shells.  Fill a 1/2 egg shell with water twice and beat eggs.  Pour eggs into nest and and mix into the flour (add more flour or water as needed until dough is stiff)>  Lightly knead dough on a floured surface.  Roll out on floured surface and cut.  (Pizza cutter works well for this.)  Cut in 1/2" x 3" strips.  Separate and add to boiling soup. 

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