My grandmother had different way to deal with the dough, and it is the one I have had the most success with. I'm in my mid 60's and grew up with these noodles. Wet a standard size metal tablespoon with water from the pot, scoop up some dough on the spoon and with another wet teaspoon slice small pieces of dough off into the water. The pieces are just flicked off the larger spoon, size will depend on how much dough you slice off the larger spoon. They are a bit time consuming but also, I think time is saved not fussing with colanders and ricers. These are dumpling type noodles and are great in chicken soup
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My grandmother had different way to deal with the dough, and it is the one I have had the most...