Moms Homemade Noodles
A delicious bowl of homemade chicken soup is comforting to the soul and Mom's homemade noodles are the perfect addition to any soup. Healthy homemade soup is a great option to make for those colder days when you want to warm up from the inside out. People also love to have a nice healthy homemade soup when they're sick and for a good reason too. Not only does the homemade soup taste amazing and it's light on the stomach, bone broth or vegetable broth also contains a lot of healthy nutrients that boost our immune systems, helping your body to fight off illness. Healthy chicken noodle soup recipes are a good way to use natural bone broth, and this noodle recipe is a good way to use healthy ingredients for an easy dinner idea and family friendly meal idea.
What would a chicken vegetable soup recipe be without the noodles? You may not want to use packaged and processed store-bought noodles in your homemade soup, so you can even make your own noodles from scratch. You will be able to taste the difference of having these homemade noodles in your soup. Enjoy these noodles in any type of soup, or even as a pasta dish.
This homemade noodles recipe is just the thing you need to make your healthy chicken noodle soup recipes. If you've never made homemade noodles before, this is the recipe to try. It's easy to make and uses simple ingredients that you probably already have. There is something gratifying about making a healthy chicken noodle soup recipe from start to finish. It's nice to know all of the ingredients that go into it. For this easy dinner idea for homemade noodles, you will want to take a look at the Grandmothers Kitchen site.
There are only four ingredients in this easy to make noodle recipe. These noodles are perfect to use in your healthy chicken noodle soup recipes, especially good when the weather starts getting a bit cooler. You can make this noodle recipe idea even healthier by using organic ingredients. It is always a good idea to use ingredients whenever possible as it benefits both you and the environment. Take this noodle recipe, for example; you might choose quality organic flour which might not be the first thing you think about when switching to organic. When you use organic flour you know, there will be no pesticides used in the production of the wheat, and no herbicides which can then be passed onto you.
In organic farming, natural methods are used to help control pests and disease. Some of these natural methods might include encouraging natural predators, well-designed crop rotations, and developing good soil along with healthy crops that have a natural resistance to pests and diseases. When you purchase organic flour, the growing of the wheat is more natural and the way it's meant to be, but the processing is different too. Organic flour cannot use any artificial food colours and preservatives. So you know exactly what is in your flour. Supporting organic farmers helps to ensure that the soil will be safe to grow in for future generations. Without the use of pesticides and herbicides the soil, will retain its minerals and be healthy to grow in for generations to come.
And using organic ingredients for your easy dinner ideas and family-friendly meal ideas is better for wildlife and the planet too. Organic farming has several environmental benefits as it not only reduces the pollution in the environment but helps to combat climate change. If the world converts to organic farming, the sequestering of carbon in soil, can help to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Sequestering carbon in soil has fewer impacts on the land and water, with less need for energy, and lower costs. With better land management and agricultural practices it can help to enhance the ability of organic soils to store carbon and to in turn help combat global warming. **
This is a printable recipe.
2 cups all purpose flour
1 teaspoon salt
1/4 to 1/3 cup of milk
In mixing bowl combine flour, salt, egg and milk. Mix until you produce a slightly sticky ball of dough. Flour the counter and roll out dough to 1/8 inch thickness. You want them very thin because they thicken when cooked. Cut the noodles (you can use a pizza cutter or sharp knife) to desired size. Place the cut noodles on wax paper or parchment paper.
Cook the noodles on their own before adding them to the soup broth. Bring a large pot of water to a boil. Add the noodles and cook 3-4 minutes. Use a slotted spoon or spoon sieve to remove the noodles from the water. You can now transfer them into the soup broth.
*Note: By precooking the noodles, you do not get all of the starchy water in your soup .
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Nutrition Facts for: Moms Homemade Noodles From Grandmother's Kitchen
Ingredients: All purpose flour, salt, egg, milk.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 8 servings. * Per Serving: Calories 125, Calories from Fat 9, Total Fat 1.0g 2%, Saturated Fat 0.3g 2%, Cholesterol 21mg 7%, Sodium 303mg 13%, Potassium 45mg 1%, Carbohydrates 24.3g 8%, Dietary Fiber 0.8g 3%, Sugars 0.5g, Protein 4.2g, Vitamin A 1%, Vitamin C 0%, Calcium 2%, Iron 9%
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