What is Egg Noodles?
Egg noodles are a protein rich noodle made with flour, eggs and water. They are used in both Eastern and Western dishes and have a flavor that is eggy, nutty and often a little salty. The noodles are flat and wide like fettuccine. They are cream colored and have a hard texture that breaks easily when dry.
...Semolina is a type of wheat flour made specifically from Durum wheat. It is not as fine as an all purpose wheat flour and is coarser and darker, with a yellow cream color. The aroma of this flour is earthy and the flavor is nutty and sweet. Semolina is commonly used in pasta and can be used for breads too. It is most popular in Italy, and is also used around the world.
...Eggs are an incredibly versatile protein and binder. Most eggs used in cooking come from hens and are usually unfertilized. Eggs are oval shaped and roughly 53 mm in length and 40 mm in width. Eggs have a hard, but thin and delicate shell that is brown or white and occasionally green. Inside is the clear and glossy white, with a slimy texture and in the center is the yellow opaque, round shaped yolk. Once cooked, the whites become opaque. Eggs can be scrambled, fried, boiled, and more. They are used in desserts and baked goods as a binder. Egg is also used as a wash to glaze items or dip meat into before breading it. The flavor is mild and sulfurous. It has many uses.
...Water is a substance and chemical compound made up of hydrogen and oxygen. It is clear, fluid, flavorless and odorless. Water is a necessity in nearly every aspect of life, including cooking, baking and hydrating the human body. Water can be served as a cold beverage, or at any temperature comfortable to the mouth and skin.