Here is the basic recipe from my old Meta Givens cookbook. I tripled it today.
3/4 cup plus 2 TBSPall-purpose flour
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp baking powder
1 large egg
Beat the egg well. Sift the flour the salt and baking powder, then add the flour mixture gradually to the beaten egg. I used my KitchenAid mixer--the mixture gets pretty stiff so the KitchenAid was a great help.
You might want to knead the dough a little after it's mixed to get all the flour mixed in well. Roll the dough out on a lightly floured board. You want to roll it out as thin as possible (unless you like thick noodles, of course).
Roll the dough up tightly into a long tube.
Slice into rounds,
then unroll and hang up to dry. I use my clothes drying rack which works perfectly.
When the noodles are dry, store them in a jar with a cloth cover or a lid with small holes punched for ventilation. Cook your noodles as you would cook the store-bought ones.
Today was the first time I've made noodles in a long, long time, and I am wondering what took me so long to get back to doing this. Now, I wish I knew how to make elbow macaroni or ziti or penne!