Einkorn Noodles in Chicken Soup

Posted March 15, 2016 by Julie Koyle




    • 2 1/2 cups Einkorn Flour
    • 2 Eggs
    • 1/2 tablespoon Real Salt
    • 1/8 cup Water


    • 1 Batch Noodles
    • 1 Onion White or Yellow Diced
    • 2 clove Garlic Minced
    • 2 tablespoons Coconut Oil
    • 2 cups Carrots Sliced
    • 2 cups Celery Sliced
    • 2 quarts Chicken Broth Can be homemade or boxed
    • 1 quart Water
    • 2 cans Shredded Chicken Or 3 cups if you choose to cook your own
    • 1 tablespoon Parsley
    • Real Salt To Taste
    • 1/2 teaspoon Pepper



    1. Mix 1 1/2 cups of flour, eggs, salt, and water.

    2. Add remaining cup of flour. May need to add more until it cleans the sides of the bowl.

    3. Knead for ten minutes.

    4. Let rest for ten minutes.

    5. Roll out into rectangle as thin as you can manage.

    6. Slice into strips of the desired length and thickness with pizza cutter. Leave on counter to dry while making soup. We doubled the noodle batch and set aside half of it on a cookie rack to dry completely so it can be bagged and stored for later use.


    Cooked Noodles


    Noodles Drying for Later


    1. Saute onions and garlic in coconut oil.

    2. Add carrots, celery, chicken broth, and water to onion and garlic.

    3. Bring to a boil. Let boil until vegetables are cooked.

    4. Add noodles, parsley, salt, and pepper and let boil until noodles are cooked.

    5. Ladle and serve.


    Ready to Eat!

    5 thoughts on “Einkorn Noodles in Chicken Soup

      1. Admin

        Hi Melbelle, for this recipe we used whole grain einkorn flour. Generally on our website, you can assume it’s the whole grain unless we specify all-purpose.

    1. Molly Piantek

      About how long is “until noodles are cooked”? I really miss chicken noodle soup and look forward to trying these noodles. I’m relatively new to einkorn. I’ve made two different bread recipes, and a chicken pot pie with einkorn crust. I think I’m getting the hang of it, but more importantly, my husband seems to love the flavor.

      1. Admin

        Hi Molly, the length of time depends on how thick your noodles are and how many you put in the pot. Since they are fresh and not dehydrated like store bought pasta, they should not take too long. I would estimate between 8 and 12 minutes. You can keep checking until they are the consistency you like. I hope that helps!


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