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Because homemade noodles are such a wonderful addition to just about any meal, everyone in our family looks forward to the times we have them. There is a drawback to these items, though, and that is they take so long to make. Even the most concise and quick recipe, using a pasta maker will take several hours. This is a lot of work to do each and every time we want to have homemade turkey noodle soup or beef stroganoff.
Instead of making the noodles fresh each and every time, there are a few option available. Use these storage options the next time you make your own noodles and you can add a touch of the homemade to any meal.
Please note that with each of these methods you will need to completely dry out the noodles before storage. This reduces the risk of mold growing on them and allows the noodles to store longer than otherwise. No matter what type of storage method you use, make sure that you mark the date and time that you stored them. This allows you to check at a glance to see if they are still good or not. The longest that you can store any noodles would be about three months, and that is with the freezing method.