My grandmother’s noodles growing up were always my favorite. Actually on my birthday, when given the meal option I would choose noodles. I had to give a go at noodles then. I actually think the flavor of the sauce was dynamite, you could smell the amazingness. The noodles I think were a good substitute. Oh yeah and really, really filling.
- 2 1/2 cups almond flour
- 1/2 tsp sea salt
- 2 eggs
- 3 tbsp coconut milk
Let’s Make it Happen: This is pretty easy, combine all your ingredients. Split dough in half. Cut some parchment. Dust with flour. Take one piece and place between pieces of parchment. Roll out thinly. Remove the top layer of parchment. Slice into thin noodle strips. Place into a pie pan. Let set out overnight. On Thanksgiving, pull the noodles. In a pot, put on some broth (or make your own, I like to make my own bone broths for instance. When your turkey is done, remove the ingredients. Pour the rest of the juice into the broth. Season to taste. Dump in the noodles. Cook on a medium low heat until the noodles are tender. Remove from heat, add strips of turkey, enjoy!