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Homemade Egg Noodles for Soup (+ Easy Chicken or Turkey Noodle Soup Recipe)

Homemade Egg Noodles for Soup Hip2Save

If you’re a soup lover like me, try making your own delicious homemade egg noodles to add to your next soup recipe. They are super easy to make (I promise!) and you probably have all the ingredients you’ll need! And be sure to check out my Chicken Noodle Soup recipe below as well, a family favorite.

Homemade Egg Noodles for Soup

(Adapted from Food.com)

Ingredients:
2 cups all-purpose Flour
3 egg yolks
1 egg (with yolk)
2 teaspoons salt
1/4-1/2 cups water
How to make homemade egg noodles Hip2Save
Directions
Mix salt and flour in a large mixing bowl. Make a small well in the mixture with your fist and place eggs in well. Mix with your hands. Add in about 1 teaspoon at a time of the water until you can knead a dough. Separate dough in fourths. Roll out on a well floured surface to desired thickness and use a pizza cutter to cut noodle strips. (Note: I like thick noodles like the ones pictured, but you can go thinner based on your preference). Cook noodles in boiling water for about 12 minutes or until cooked through and then drain. Add noodles to your favorite soup recipe!

I started making these noodles when one I was in the mood for soup and couldn’t locate the Reames Frozen Egg Noodles that I usually purchase. And these homemade noodles taste even better! My family loves chicken noodle soup; and if you use leftover chopped chicken or shredded rotisserie chicken, it can be a really simple and comforting meal to whip up. One ingredient that I believe makes a great soup is Herbes de Provence, which is a mixture of dried lavender, thyme, sage, and rosemary. I also use it on my turkey at Thanksgiving. Below you’ll find my chicken or turkey noodle soup recipe.

Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe Hip2Save

Easy Chicken or Turkey Noodle Soup Recipe

Ingredients
cooked Egg Noodles from recipe above
1 cup chopped celery
1 cup chopped carrots
6 cups or 1.5 quarts low sodium chicken broth, store bought or homemade
2 cups cooked shredded chicken or turkey
1 tablespoon Herbes de Provence (or 1 teaspoon each dried sage, rosemary and thyme)
salt & pepper to taste

Directions: In a large pot, combine chicken broth, celery, carrots, and seasonings. Bring to a boil and let simmer for about 15 minutes or until veggies become soft. Add in chicken and noodles and let simmer for another 15 minutes until everything is hot and ready to serve. Makes about 5-7 servings. Enjoy! 🙂

[h2s_box]Written by Lina for Hip2Save. Lina is a proud mom of 2 small kids who loves photography, all holidays, cooking, thrift store makeovers, bargain shopping, and DIY makeovers. Her goal is to create a beautiful life and stylish home on a dime! To see all of Lina’s recipes created just for Hip2Save, click here.[/h2s_box]

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Comments 31

  1. Krysti

    Looks Delicious Lina! Definitely going to to try this out 🙂 Thanks for posting

  2. Brandi

    could you make these and then freeze them to cook later?

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      Yes! I let them dry for a while, then store on airtight container in freezer. Just boil frozen noodles when making soup. I have also made the entire soup and freeze it that way.

  3. rob

    This looks so easy & yummy- I LOVE making soup in fall & winter but have never made my own noodles- I’m def gonna try this! Thanks Lina!

  4. Akiko

    Very nice! I make pasta at home too. 4 cups King Arthur AP flour and 4 eggs and little bit salt. I use pasta machine to finish ( knead/ shape/cut) the job. That is it. but it is really good. Especially for lasagna. I will try it. Thank you for sharing!

  5. Jessica

    This looks absolutely fantastic. I may just have to give this a try. Thanks for the recipe!

  6. Sarah

    Yum, thank you! I can’t seem to get my 7 year old to eat soup that doesn’t come out of a can but if I involve her in making the noodles I bet she’ll change her tune.

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      Yes my kids like helping in this! It’s like playing play-dough. 🙂

  7. amie

    I make mine for chicken and dumplings, homemade from scratch and its YUMMYY… Guess i need to make it since its getting colder!! YAY

  8. Jennifer

    Yum! Can’t wait to try! I make my own dumplings but never really thought about making egg noodles. Thanks Lina!

  9. ~jenn~

    I love chicken noodle soup! A good tip is to sauté your veggies (with the side note of the smaller you cut them up, the quicker they cook. For those days you’re in a hurry.) in a pan and then make the soup. It gives it that all day cooking deep rich flavor, but a fraction of the time. This is particularly useful if using the rotisserie option.

    • Sara

      My friend taught me this tip now I do this as well and I agree sautéing veggies first makes a richer tasting soup!!

  10. Anna

    Looks great!!! I always make my own chicken stock and freeze in zip lock bags for easy use later. I save the greens from celery, random carrots and left over fresh herbs and freeze them in one big bag. Later get some more fresh veggies, chicken and the frozen bag of scraps and make an awesome broth!!! Now i need to make my own noodles, thanks for the suggestion!!

  11. ND

    Can’t wait to make it!!!!!

  12. Melissa

    I make these noodles a lot. They are fantastic and a huge hit in my house!

  13. mackyjane

    Thanks for the recipe! I’m glad to see else uses these at Thanksgiving. It’s a tradition that my grandma did and now my mom who last year taught me how to make these noodles as well to keep our Thanksgiving tradition alive. I’m originally from the Midwest and this was a norm for our Thanksgiving dinner but now that I live in the South I get odd looks when I mention it. Ha! Glad to see someone else has a similar tradition.

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      Yes my hubby’s family in Indiana make this at thanksgiving too! Yum

  14. Jenni

    I am a lover of home-made noodles……..a huge “THANK YOU” for sharing this recipe, I will be making some of these very soon, I also like to eat mine just plain too!

  15. Alice

    I have always wanted to try making egg noodles, but eggs are so expensive. I live in a city so keeping chickens is not an option. :/

  16. April

    I have always made homemade noodles using all whole eggs. I am just curious as to what the benefit is of using mostly yolks only?

  17. Jessica

    I’ve never made homemade noodles, but want to try. So this might sound like a strange question, but before I boil the noodles, do I need to let them dry for awhile? My grandma (now deceased) used to make her own noodles, and I remember going over there and there’d be noodles everywhere drying lol

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      I think it’s personal preference on that because some recipes do and some don’t. If your dough isn’t super sticky and they aren’t sticking together they will semi-dry pretty quick while you boil water, and fine to cook. If you plan on freezing I would dry longer so they don’t stick together while storing. Thanks!

  18. Rhonda

    Collin, I wanted to thank you for your noodle recipe yesterday. I put some chicken in the crock pot to cook while I was out shopping for deals. On my list was to pick up some reames noodles which are my favorite. I couldn’t find any noodles, so I picked up some Amish noodles instead. I returned home and noticed your post and decided to try your recipe. I want to say that it turned out great. My husband even said, “The best noodles he has ever had”. Thank you so much for sharing your recipe.

  19. Rhonda

    I forgot to add that I made mine thick like dumplings. My neighbor suffered a stroke a few weeks ago and we have been bringing him dinner every evening. He loved the chicken and dumplings too.

  20. denise

    when making these noodles instead of using water use chicken broth for a richer taste and add a little butter. they will be perfect

  21. SandraNYC

    I finally made these noodles for the very first time and they came out awesome! I rolled them out as thin as I could, I used the pizza cutter, and I refrigerated them uncooked to be used the next day. I used a little poultry seasoning in the dough. They expanded a ton when I boiled them (I added some chicken stock to the water) . I served them with my chicken marsala and my whole family raved. Lina, thanks to you, we will never eat store-bought noodles again! Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      Oh I love this comment. Thanks for sharing. Those noodles do rock 🙂

  22. Carol Midgley

    That coudn’t be any easier. Thanks for sharing. Now hubbie will feel better.

  23. Alison Matalanis

    I just made these noodles last night. So delicious! A real winner, Lina! Thanks so much!

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      Thanks Alison! One of my favorite meals! Yum

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