* Prices may differ from that shown
These noodles come in a 77g pack and that is to serve one. You cook them by adding boiling water to them and either heating them for a few minutes on the hob or putting them in the microwave with water and turning it on for two minutes, I used the hob because when I've done this sort of noodles in the microwave before they haven't come out very nice and I don't think they cook evenly like that.
The chicken flavouring comes in a sachet that you sprinkle over the noodles as they're cooking, the noodles are dried and in a block that looks exactly like a block of Super Noodles. They are the same thing as Super Noodles but they don't taste or feel so synthetic, before they're cooked the noodles aren't as dusty as Super Noodles and I've noticed that they start to absorb the water faster when that's added to the pan or microwave safe bowl.
I think these noodles are nice. They have a texture that is right for instant noodles but it would not be suitable for someone who likes fresh noodles and doesn't like Super Noodles and things like that. They're floppy and twirly so you can twist them around your fork but they also have a texture that is a little bit soggy (I mean that in a good way though!!) so they're softer in my mouth than fresh noodles but I never eat these expecting them to be like anything fresh because they're a convenience food so you need to remember that before you make a judgement on them.
The flavour is similar to roast chicken crisps because the chicken flavouring sachet has got herbs in it as well as the taste of chicken, it's not like fresh chicken but is the sort of flavour I want for a product like this. The taste isn't as strong as when I eat Super Noodles but I like that because the Maggi noodles aren't bland but they don't make my breath smell of roast chicken or herbs after I've finished eating!!
I recommend these Maggi noodles but only if you know you already like Super Noodles and other instant noodles, for this flavour you have to like chicken flavouring too but Maggi do have other flavours so you can try those too if you prefer something else.
These noodles only cost 39p in the shop I used and I think that's great value (Super Noodles cost about 70p for the same size packet), the packet only serves one but if you were eating it as part of a meal you could split the cooked noodles in half to serve two as a meal addition with other foods.
Malaysian Instant Noodle Brand: Maggi Net Weight: 78g (each packet) Product of Malaysia Shipping Weight: 3.6kg