Sainsbury's Instant Chicken Noodles Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Pasta / Noodles
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Noodles
Newest Review: ... in them (just the seasoning folks, don't think it's your lucky night!) which you shake over the noodles prior to adding the ... more
by - written on 17/08/11 (Very useful, 42 readings)
=== The product === An instant noodle snack with chicken flavouring. === The packaging === These noodles come packaged in a heat sealed package. Within this there is a small foil packet which contains the chicken flavouring. The packaging is yellow and blue and other noodles in this Sainsburys range are also yellow with a different accent colour to show the flavour at a glance. === How I cook mine === I break my noodle cake up in to small pieces and then I cover this with cold tap water in a jug before blasting in the microwave for 8 minutes. Once this is finished I then add the sachet of chicken flavouring, stir ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/02/10 (Very useful, 51 readings)
These noodles from Sainsburys are disgusting, I don't know why people buy them because they've always been disgusting and are deffo the worst instant noodles out of all of the supermarkets. You can cook them in a saucepan or nuke them, I always do stuff like this in the saucepan because I think the microwaves makes noodles and pasta go too rubbery. Saying that these are mega rubbery anyway so it probably doesn't matter that much. When they're done the noodles feel majorly slimey, they've got a weird sticky texture that I don't think is very nice and also the sachet of chicken flavoured powder smells rank. It's like chicken noodle soup that has ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/04/09, updated on 25/04/09 (Very useful, 146 readings)
**Introduction** In this recession we all have to cut back on our spending and one thing that is affected by this is of course the regular shopping trip. I must admit that I have been buying more of things like this than the more extravagent food items you find in the supermarkets. I have always quite liked the taste of Noodles so I thought that these would be a good thing to try if I was going to find something a little cheaper than usual. So when I saw that these had been added to the Dooyoo product list I thought I would share my thoughts. **Sainsbury's Instant Chicken Noodles** I have always been pretty impressed with Sainsbury's own ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/06/09, updated on 18/06/09 (Very useful, 42 readings)
I love fast foods, after all I'm a single gal with no time on my hands to cook and it's low on my list of priorities! I just want to eat and go type of thing! I love noodles as quick meal as they fill me up and are full of carbs to give me energy and keep me going for a while! The Packaging.... Bright yellow plastic oblong packet with a large navy blue square on the front and on that in yellow and white writing I'm told they are Sainsbury's Instant Noodles 'Ideal as a snack or meal accompaniment'. Under that there is a photograph of the cooked noodles and under that I'm told they are Chicken Flavour and that they are suitable for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/08/12, updated on 29/08/12 (Very useful, 85 readings)
==Overview== I started buying these noodles from Sainsbury's many years ago when they were free on a Slimming World Green Day. I don't think they are free any more but I still buy them because they are cheap and I like them. The noodles are 28p per packet and come in a range of flavours, my favourite being prawn or chicken, neither of which taste like prawn or chicken. You add 1/2 pint of boiling water to the noodles and bubble them away in a pan for a few minutes until all the liquid has gone. The noodles come with a small, square foil packet in them (just the seasoning folks, don't think it's your lucky night!) which you shake over the noodles prior to ... Read the complete review
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