Newest Review: ... bubbles as it goes. This is actually the most enjoyable thing about the whole Pot Noodle experience. The plastic pot is so thin that a... more
Proper 80s food
Member Name: kjmccabe
Advantages: Cheap and Tasty
Pure Filth but i love it.
Basically a pot noodle is a dried noodle snack. It comes in a plastic pot with a peel off lid, you simply add boiling water, give it a bit of a stir and your 'meal' is ready. The thing about a pot noodle is that it tastes artifical, unhealthy and there is no goodness whatsoever in them, there is also a high saturated fat content in them, but taking all of that into account, it still tastes amazing.
This product really did get me through my student days, several flavours are available but i have always found myself sticking to the the old Chicken and Mushroom flavour (which infact is suitable for vegetarians as it doesnt actually contain any chicken, as it is made with soya). It is a taste that really brings me back to my youth as I dont think the ingredients in this product have changed in years.
This is my no means gormet food, but its reasonably priced (generally about £1) and is enough to fill you up on those days when money is tight or you are feeling lazy!
Quite a stigma attached to them though - not something I would feel totally happy about eating in public as the advert once said 'Pot Noodles - those are for dirty people)
Still a great taste though - to be enjoyed once in a while!
Summary: Pot Noodles - They're for dirty people!