2/22/15

Homemade Noodles

It's Sunday and there are high hopes around here that school will be cancelled on Monday due to 'incelement weather'. In North Texas, we don't get much snow. But a good ice storm will shut the metroplex down. Which means today is the perfect day for comfort food.


I have shared this recipe before, but it is SO good it deserves to be shared again. It's my Grandmother's Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup. The thing that makes this recipe stand apart from all the other chicken noodle soups out there is that the noodles are homemade.

Have you ever had homemade noodles?  They are a game changer.



This is a photo of Afton making noodles with me back in 2012-- look at her little face! 
Today, both my girls wanted to help, but the little one lost interest after about 15 minutes. Homemade noodles aren't hard, but they take some effort (and they are a little messy). Which is why we only make them about once a year. And why Afton was so excited to get in on the action.



You can read my detailed recipe & instructions for making the soup here: "Chicken Noodle Soup".



“Recipe” for Grandma’s Chicken Noodle SoupIngredients Needed:
-chicken
-water
-chicken broth
-2 cans cream of chicken soup
-carrots
-celery
-onion
-salt, pepper, additional seasonings as desired
Noodles:
-flour
-eggs
-water
-salt


Afton is keeping her fingers crossed for a little snow.  And she really hopes school will be cancelled tomorrow so we can stay home together and eat left-over soup.


PS-If you try this recipe with your kiddos, snap a pic and post it to IG with the tag #craftytexasgirls :)



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