Spinach Noodles

Spinach Noodles

"Imagine homemade noodles that are green! Bernice Smith from Sturgeon Lake, Minnesota reports, 'This easy recipe gives 'from scratch' satisfaction even if you've never made noodles.'"
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35 m servings
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Original recipe yields 4 servings

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  1. In a blender or food processor, combine spinach, eggs and salt; process until smooth. Pour into a bowl. Gradually add enough flour to make a firm, but not sticky, dough. On a floured surface, knead about 20 times. Wrap in plastic wrap and let rest 30 minutes. Divide dough in half. On a floured surface, roll each half to 1/.16-in. thickness. Roll up jelly-roll style and cut into 1/4-in. slices. Separate the slices and let rest on a clean towel for at least 1 hour. Cook noodles in boiling salted water until tender, about 15-20 minutes; drain.

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I subbed fresh spinach for the frozen, but other than that made the noodles as written. Delicious! I made a double batch and froze half. For freezing, make each noodle into a little "nest", t...

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These were delicious, and I will make them again. I have only given the recipe three stars, however, for the following reasons: 1) it claims to take 20 minutes prep time and only 35 minutes unti...

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I subbed fresh spinach for the frozen, but other than that made the noodles as written. Delicious! I made a double batch and froze half. For freezing, make each noodle into a little "nest", t...

Wow are these great! I rolled out the sheets nice and thin, cut into circles and spooned a ricoota mixture onto them, folded, sealed and called it ravioli and they were seriously the best ravio...

These were a real surprise. They weren't that difficult to make and even my 2 year old who refuses to eat spinach ate them. I will let them sit a while longer (maybe overnight) to really dry t...

Delicious!!! Sooo good! I subbed about 1.5 cups cooked and drained fresh spinach instead of the frozen stuff. I also used about half whole wheat flour and added a few dashes of salt. For me,...

These were delicious, and I will make them again. I have only given the recipe three stars, however, for the following reasons: 1) it claims to take 20 minutes prep time and only 35 minutes unti...

This is a really great recipe! You can also substitute the spinach for almost any other pureed vegetable, and it works so well! We will never buy pasta again.

Absolutely delicious! Works great with alfredo sauce. If you are using a pasta maker, it is much quicker and easier to make.

Wow, these turned out really great! I had no idea that it was so easy to make flavorful, homemade noodles. I will definitely make these again. I paired my noodles with Quick and Easy Alfredo ...

This has to be good when all 3 of my kids eat 3 helpings. I thought that the spinach flavor was strong but my family enjoyed it and it went well with homemade alfredo sauce and focaccia bread.

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