We used flour, small bit of salt and baking powder, water and eggs!
You knead the dough a bit to get it mixed, then let it rest for about 20 minutes, then you cut it into smaller balls and let those rest for a bit longer.
After the smaller balls rest, you take them through your "roller" in you noodle maker. You do this several times in order to make sure they are not too sticky, and to make sure they are mixed well! IF you were doing this by hand it would end up looking probably the same way, here:
Then, it's time to cut, when those are a little drier and not sticky at all. It's funny, pretty quickly you can feel the ones that are dry and ready.
Then you cut! You can do this with your noodle maker, or I am sure it would do well by hand also. Just cut with a sharp knife or pizza cutter. We didn't have any drying racks, or even much room to dry the noodles, so we dried them on baking sheets like this:
Every 5 minutes or so, we would "fluff" them a bit, so they wouldn't stick together and so they would dry faster.