Roast & Noodles Recipe

Sunday dinner. Family time. All-time favorite.

Roast & Noodles Recipe


1 Roast


Salt/Pepper (to taste)

Place roast in a crockpot. Cover with water, you will need to add more water as the roast cooks. Season with salt/pepper to taste. Cook on high for ~6 hours, or until roast is cooked thoroughly and feels tender.

Roast - Uncooked Roast - Cooked

Once your roast is cooked, drain the broth into a large pot or pan, and place on the stove. Next make your noodles!


2 1/2 c. Flour

1 tsp. Salt

3 Large Eggs

6-8 tbsp. Water

  1. Mix together flour and salt.
  2. Make a well in the center of the dry ingredients, add eggs and water. Eggs and Flour
  3. Beat eggs and water with spoon, and gradually mix in flour until thoroughly blended. Add additional water if dough remains dry.
  4. Form into ball and knead, adding flour generously to keep from sticking.
  5. Place ball of dough onto a floured surface. Ball of Dough
  6. Roll out dough until it reaches the desired thickness. Rolled Dough
  7. Cut into noodles. Cut Noodles
  8. Turn the stove on under your pot of roast broth and bring it to a boil.
  9. Add salt & pepper to broth (to taste).
  10. Gently add your noodles to the pot and stir continuously.
  11. Cook noodles ~30 minutes or until tender. Cooked Noodles
  12. Let noodles stand for 30 minutes and allow the broth to thicken.
  13. Serve with your roast.

Growing up, my aunt made roast and noodles for Christmas dinner every year. While I do not have her recipe, this is my best attempt at recreating what is one of my favorite dinners. People often think potatoes and carrots when they make a roast. However, try eating it with noodles. Trust me, it REALLY GOOD!



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