Egg Noodle Servings and Weights (With Calculator)

Use this page to help you to calculate the weights and calories of any serving size or portion of noodles.

The easy-to-use calculator below will help you to calculate portions per person along with charts to help you with cooking weight conversions and calorie values depending on what you need.

Egg Noodle Calculator

The calculator below will help you to quickly calculate how many dry noodles you will need per person for both an average-sized serving and a large serving.

How Many Noodles are in a Portion?

For an average-sized portion of noodles of any thickness, you will need 50g (1.8oz) of dried noodles per person and for a large portion, you will need 75g (2.6oz) of dried noodles per person.

The final cooking weight will be more as the noodles absorb water, find out more about how much the weight changes when noodles are cooked in the section below.

The chart below shows the conversion information for noodle portion sizes along with the calories per serving (as per MyFitnessPal):

One average (dried) noodle portionOne large (dried) noodle portion
Grams5075
Ounces1.762.6
Kilograms0.050.075
Pounds0.110.17
Calories (kcal)176265

Egg Noodle Dry to Cooked Weights

In this section, I’ll show you how much you can expect your dried noodle weight to increase once it’s cooked in water, for both fine and medium noodles, along with how to quickly calculate the increase for any portion.

Fine Noodle Dry to Cooked Weight

I did some research and testing of fine noodle weights before and after cooking in boiling water and found the following:

A 50g (1.76oz) portion of fine egg noodles absorbs cooking water and increases in weight by around 160% to 130-135g (4.6-4.8oz).

You can calculate any sized portion of fine noodle before and after cooking weight by performing the following calculation:

Dry fine noodle weight + 160% = cooked weight (when cooked in water).

image to demonstrate what fine noodles look like before and after cooking
50g of fine noodles (before and after cooking)

Medium Noodle Dry to Cooked Weight

I did some research and testing of medium noodle weights before and after cooking in boiling water and found the following:

A 50g (1.76oz) portion of medium egg noodles absorbs cooking water and increases in weight by around 125% to around 110-115g (3.88-4.1oz).

You can calculate any sized portion of medium noodle before and after cooking weight by performing the following calculation:

Dry medium noodle weight + 125% = cooked weight (when cooked in water).

image to demonstrate what medium noodles look like before and after cooking
50g of medium noodles (before and after cooking)

Egg Noodle Weight FAQ’s

How many grams is a nest of noodles?

The average nest of fine or medium egg noodles which you can buy in most supermarkets is 50g (1.76oz).

Equipment and Information Used for This Article

I used precision scales that weigh to 0.01 of a gram which is regularly calibrated with a 100g weight. For more information see my recommended weighing scales here.

To make sure the information in this article is accurate, I researched and cross-referenced various sources (as well as original research) to obtain the correct weights and calories.

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