Mix the flour and salt together in a large bowl and make a “well” in the middle.Beat the eggs, water and olive oil in a separate small bowl. Pour into the “well” in the middle of the flour mixture.Stir until the ingredients are mostly combined. Add a little more water if it is too crumbly and not coming together.Dump the dough out onto a well floured surface and knead it with your hands a little bit to get the ingredients combined well. Form into a round disc-shaped dough ball. Sprinkle with a little flour.Use a well floured rolling pin and roll until your noodle dough is very thin, about 1/8 inch in thickness. If needed, add more flour under the dough to keep it from sticking to the counter. This is very important!Use a pizza cutter to cut long strips of noodles as thin or thick as you like and any length you like.Now you can either use your noodles right away (see below), or let them dry on the counter for several hours. Turn them over after a few hours, so they dry even. Store dried noodles in a ziplock bag in the pantry, fridge or freezer. They will stay good for up to a month.To cook the noodles:Use vegetables,chilly flakes and salt.keep it in the flame for few minutes
Mix The Flour And Salt Together In A Large Bowl And Make A “Well” In The Middle. Beat The Eggs, Water And Olive Oil In A Separate Small Bowl.
Pour Into The “Well” In The Middle Of The Flour Mixture.Stir Until The Ingredients Are Mostly Combined.
Add A Little More Water If It Is Too Crumbly And Not Coming Together. Dump The Dough Out Onto A Well Floured Surface And Knead It With Your Hands A Little Bit To Get The Ingredients Combined Well.
Form Into A Round Disc-Shaped Dough Ball. Sprinkle With A Little Flour.
Use A Well Floured Rolling Pin And Roll Until Your Noodle Dough Is Very Thin, About 1/8 Inch In Thickness. If Needed, Add More Flour Under The Dough To Keep It From Sticking To The Counter.
This Is Very Important! Use A Pizza Cutter To Cut Long Strips Of Noodles As Thin Or Thick As You Like And Any Length You Like.
Now You Can Either Use Your Noodles Right Away (See Below), Or Let Them Dry On The Counter For Several Hours. Turn Them Over After A Few Hours, So They Dry Even.
Store Dried Noodles In A Ziplock Bag In The Pantry, Fridge Or Freezer. They Will Stay Good For Up To A Month.
To Cook The Noodles: Use Vegetables,Chilly Flakes And Salt.Keep It In The Flame For Few Minutes