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Wednesday, April 28, 2010

How to make Noodles with Health One Potato Soup

Noodles are really easy to make, but sometimes a visual is nice to help guide you through the process. What we have is just that-courtesy of one of our Carmel, IN patients. The noodle recipe calls for one egg white and one tablespoon of self rising flour per package of Health One Potato Soup.
Begin first by adding one egg white to the Potato Soup in a mixing bowl (pictured below) and mix together.

For the next step you will need a duck cloth or commonly known as a pastry cloth. You can find these at Sur La Table in Carmel, Indiana or any gourmet cooking store. Lay the pastry cloth out on your table (pictured below).

Knead dough together and place it in the center of the pastry cloth (pictured below). Lightly sprinkle flour on top of the noodle mixture.

Lightly dust a rolling pin with flour & roll the noodles to your desired thickness (pictured below). Use flour, as neccessary, to prevent the mixture from sticking to the cloth or rolling pin. Cut noodles into strips based on what you will be making with them (spaghetti, lasagna, etc)

(Pictures courtesy of Shirley, Carmel, IN)
Allow the noodles to dry for a few hours for the best results. To cook the noodles, add them to either boiling water or chicken/beef broth. Cook until tender. Now the noodles are ready to be added to your favorite pasta dishes! Enjoy!

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for this nice visual. I am so impressed with the care that patients express toward each other. This is just one example among many of how assisting one another can benefit many. It is a 'moment'! :)


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