Eggless Homemade Noodles Using Plain Flour & Semolina

Noodles are very popular among all of us and specially kids are very fond of noodles. No store bought noodle can beat these eggless homemade noodles when it comes to health and taste both! Here I present two ways to make noodles, one using Plain Flour/Maida and other with Semolina/Sooji /Rava and Whole wheat flour. So, now enjoy making these noodles at home without worrying about your kids demanding it frequently.

INGREDIENTS

Semolina + wheat flour noodles:

  • ¾ Cup ground Sooji
  • ¼ Cup whole wheat flour
  • Salt to taste
  • Water to knead the dough

Plain flour/maida noodles:

  • 1 Cup plain flour
  • Salt to taste
  • Water to knead the dough

METHOD

To make semolina dough :

  • Take 3/4 cup ground semolina (sooji) and add 1/4 cup whole wheat flour followed by some salt to taste.
  • Knead this into a stiff dough by adding little water at a time.
  • Once the dough is ready, add 1/4 tsp oil and knead for some more time

To make plain flour dough:

  • Take 1 cup plain flour (maida), add some salt to taste and knead this in to a stiff dough by adding little water at a time.
  • Once done, add 1/4 tsp oil and knead for few seconds.

To make the noodles:

  • Roll the dough on the table top and divide it in three equal parts.
  • Take one part of the dough and roll it very thin using a rolling pin. Try to keep it oblong instead of round so that you get longer noodles.
  • Dust some plain flour on both sides of the sheet and fold it length wise 3-4 times.
  • Now, cut the folded sheet in strips of equal size using a sharp knife. Once done, toss them by adding some plain flour so that they don’t stick to each other.
  • These noodles can be boiled right away or can be stored in an air tight container after air drying it.
  • Follow the instructions given in the video to make these noodles using a pasta machine.

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