I have always been intimidated by making fresh, homemade noodles. I once believed that a pasta maker was the only way to make noodles. But as I’ll demonstrate in this recipe for homemade noodles, that’s not the case. You do not need fancy equipment to make Chinese noodles. Making the dough, rolling it out, cutting the noodles, and cooking them are the only steps required. That’s it!.
Make-Ahead and Storage Tips
Pick Your Protein
Any protein (vegetarian or not) works well; I chose to use boneless, skinless chicken breast in my chicken stir fry noodles.
The Newest. The Noodliest. Delicious and gluten-free.
Who would you tell if there was a new, delicious noodle in town that was quick to prepare from package to table and had no carbs or gluten but still had a tasty natural noodle flavor that was ideal for keto, diabetic, and all-around healthy eating?
This quick, fresh recipe comes together in a flash and contains almost no carbohydrates.
What’s your favorite recipe from the gluten-free, low-carb, keto, and more noodle dishes that our customers have shared with us?
How do you make healthy noodles?
- Shrimp + stir-fry veggies.
- Kimchi + tofu.
- Eggs + broccoli.
- Pork + bok choy.
- Carrots + edamame.
- Seaweed + spinach.
Are home made noodles healthy?
It can’t be that bad for you as long as it’s homemade and fresh. Making food at home is undoubtedly healthier than purchasing it from a restaurant. Therefore, there is no hard evidence to support the claim that pasta and noodles are the worst available foods.
What are the healthiest noodles to eat?
Water, Soybean Fiber Powder, Cellulose, Sodium Alginate, and Yam Konjac Powder make up Healthy Noodle.