The machine is not that expensive. I got mine at only $17.50 at Hua Ho Bunut Supermarket.
I forgot to take the picture of the noodle dough - my hands were too floury at that time to take photos anyway ;)
The cutter enables you to cut different thickness and whether you want flat or round noodles. You can see from the different types of noodles I made.
Mum made the sauce and used the noodles to make Kolomee.
What I love about this is the texture of the noodles. It seems to have a more springy bouncy texture. Yum!
Also made Kolo Mee Poh
I can't wait to try tossing these fettuccine with spaghetti sauce or cream sauce though ;)
Mum used some of the thinner noodles to make soup noodles. Yum~~
Now here's the recipe:
2 cups flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon water
Mix all ingredients with fork in large bowl. It's easier to make a well using the dry ingredients, then add the eggs and water in centre of the well. Then slowly stir in the flour.
Add more liquid if dough is too flaky (add drop by drop, be careful not to add too much liquid) or add flour if dough is too sticky and workable.
Place on floured board and knead until smooth. Rest for at least 30 mins but if can rest covered for 1 hour.
Divide into 3 portions and roll each one thin.
Sprinkle each sheet lightly with flour. Cut into strips. Let strips dry slightly before cooking.
More recipes to come: Udon noodles, Squid Ink Noodles, Tomato Noodles, Wheatgrass Noodles, GreenTea Noodles and Pink Noodles! Also expect to see chocolate noodles too. Stay tuned.