Wednesday 16 September 2020


Homemade Wholemeal Egg Noodles

Serves 4 - 6


1. 400 g white whole wheat flour
2. 180 ml water including 3 eggs
3. 1/8 tsp salt (optional)


1. Add flour into the compartment and close the lid.
2. Turn on Pasta Maker. Select program 1 and press start.
3. Add egg first to the included liquid measuring cup, beat egg and then add water.
4. Slowly add in egg mixture through the opening on the lid. The machine will mix and knead the dough for 3 minutes and start to extrude noodles thereafter. *
5. Cut noodles to preferred length.
6. The whole process takes 18 minutes.
7. Make an extra extrusion session for the leftover dough in the machine, if required.
8. Boil a pot of water, add a bit of olive oil and salt. Add in the noodles and boil for 2 minutes or until al dente. Don't overcook the noodles.

Additional Information:

Store-bought noodles are tasty, but lacking in nutrition value, especially the Chinese noodles. It's hard to come across a wholemeal Chineese noodles, and if I ever come across one, I often wonder if it is authentically wholemeal. Thus, I love my Philips Pasta Maker. It enables me to make noodles that are actually nutritious. The best of all, it is actually easy and fast too.

You might worry about cleaning up. It's actually very easy. Just let the parts dry and knock out the leftover dough from the machine. Then wash them with dish detergent.

I prefer the smaller VIVA version, as it doesn't take up so much space and is more sleek in design, compared to the bigger version.

I made this noddles using only eggs to provide the liquid part of the noodle dough. Fill the measuring cup to 180ml with three eggs and just top the remainder up with water.

All done. It's ready to be cooked (I forgot to take a picture of it, after it was cooked :-( )

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