Updated January 23rd, 2022
Egg noodles are generally made with eggs and wheat flour, or eggs with rice flour, which are mixed and formed into a dough. They are then cut into flat strips and cooked in boiling water.
Sometimes starches are added to enhance the texture and uniformity of the noodles. Usually the egg noodle batter is made, and allowed to dry for a period of time before being used to prepare a specific dish.
Although the term refers to noodles made with egg, it is also used to refer to a broad category of wide ribbon pasta that are cut short and typically used in casseroles, soups and side dishes.
They are often enriched and provide several key vitamins and minerals, including selenium, manganese, and B vitamins.
Egg noodles are eaten in cultures all around the world.
Usually found in the Pasta Aisle.