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Old 09-20-2013, 02:25 AM   #11
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I use 1 egg per cup of flour. However, I use vegetable oil instead of a lot of water. I roll out with a rolling pin, dust with flour and roll it up. Then I slice with a knife. This makes slightly irregular thicker noodles, great for chicken and noodles.
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ISO help/advice making noodles w/pasta machine I bought a pasta machine and have been trying to make noodles. Unfortunately its not working out. I think perhaps my recipe is off or something? I use 4 eggs, a couple tablespoons of water, and 2 cups flour. After I form the dough I place it in the refrigerator for an hour or so. Then I try to roll it out on the thickest setting. Unfortunately it becomes sticky and kind of pockmarked. Sometimes it breaks apart. I've tried to add more flour and run it through the machine several times but it doesn't help. What am I doing wrong? :ermm: 3 stars 1 reviews
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