Monday, October 21, 2013

Homemade Noodles with Ground Beef and Mushrooms

-1 C AP flour
-1 jumbo egg
-1/2 to 1 TB oil
-dash of salt
-1/2 to 3/4 lb ground beef
-1 C mushrooms, sliced

Mix the flour, egg, oil, and salt together to form the pasta dough, adding enough oil that the dough comes together.  Turn the dough out on a floured surface and knead for about five minutes until the dough is smooth.  You may want to put a little EVOO on your hands.

Rub the dough ball in a little oil and wrap in saran wrap and let it rest for thirty minutes.

When the dough is rested, roll out very thin and cut into slices, then cut those into sections to make little strips of noodles. 

Start cooking your ground beef and mushrooms in a skillet.  Get some water heating with a TB or so of butter and a little dash of salt.

When it is boiling, drop in your noodles and let cook for 8-10 minutes, on the low side if your noodles are really nice and thin.  I am a bit of a lazy bum so some of mine were thicker. 

Drain the noodles, then drain the ground beef mixture over it if your colander is fine enough.  If not, add a little butter to the noodles to make sure they don't stick and then drain and add your beef.  Salt to taste and enjoy!

This should make enough for about two people.

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