I use Better Homes and Garden's noodle recipe- SUPER easy!
Ok... Here we go!!!
In my mixer, I add the dry ingredients (the flour and salt). Then, in a small, separate bowl, mix the wet ingredients (the eggs, oil (I use Bertoli's EVOO) and water). I love the dough hook on my mixer for my noodles, the mixer does all the work. Add your wet ingredients. If the dough is too dry, add a few drops of water, slowly or if the dough is too wet, add a little bit of flour, slowly until the dough forms a ball in the mixer. Turn your dough ball out on your floured workspace. If you are not using a stand mixer with a dough hook, you will need to work your dough for a bit at this point. Let your dough rest for a few minutes.
My husband's genius idea... the pizza cutter to cut my noodles. :)
So, now we want to throw our noodles in the boiling water for a couple minutes, literally. You will see them rise to the top of your pot when they are cooked. I use a small colander with a handle to scoop them out of the boiling water, any type of a slotted spoon works but it is a lot of work fishing them out and they like to "jump" off the spoon back into the water. You will understand after you sneak your first taste just why you would want to make homemade noodles vs. the store bought, I promise! Enjoy!!!