Sharwood's Thai Rice Noodles - Ready in 5 Minutes Reviews
Product Type: Sharwood Pasta / Noodles
Newest Review: ... noodles are separated into small bundles that are apparently suitable for two people, a nice idea but not really accurate. ... more
by - written on 15/02/10 (Useful, 71 readings)
Having just eaten these, I thought it would be wise to write whilst it was still fresh in my mind! I love having stir frys but without noodles they just aren't right and currently being on a diet where the only noodles allowed are rice noodles, I thought I'd give these a go. The packaging is nice and the noodles are separated into small bundles that are apparently suitable for two people, a nice idea but not really accurate. I've never had rice noodles before these so was unsure of what to expect, but still I was disappointed. The instructions on the back seem pretty handy and even give you a recipe suggestion. I thought that one bundle of the noodles ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/02/10 (Very useful, 166 readings)
Having been on a gluten-free diet from the age of four, there are certain foods that I've never tried. Noodles are one such food- the egg ones invariably contain gluten, so all the authentic, noodly dishes in the Chinese restaurant are out. It's a shame- noodles are such a quick, easy, and, I hear, tasty carb to go with a stir fry or oriental soup. So when I discovered these rice noodles in the local supermarket, I eagerly scanned the back for ingredients and allergy advice. The only ingredients were rice flour and water- not a hint of gluten in sight! Result! Finally I'd found my entrance ticket into the world of noodles... Each 250g pack of this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/05/09, updated on 26/05/09 (Very useful, 138 readings)
Noodles? Yes we all know what they are (especially those among us who've lived the studenty-noodley dream of 3 minute, dirt cheap, hot food)! However, in my post student times, I've felt the need to be sensible and eat more nutritional, low fat foods, such as salad. As much as I may try to convince myself otherwise, I just find salads completely boring without filling them with all sorts of gloriously fatty and delicious morsels (thus undoing all my good low-cal work). This is where Sharwood's Thai Rice Noodles come in... The Product ---- The noodles come in a fairly distinctive pale green pack, with a large Sharwoods logo in ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Sharwood's Thai Rice Noodles - ...
Asda Smartprice Lasagne Sheets - Price, Easy to use Some may not like the texture
Giovanni Rana Pasta - Delish; Yummy flavour; Mega quick to cook None
Tesco Pilau Rice - Inexpensive, Perfectly Cooked, Superb Flavour None
|More products in Pasta / Noodles|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Tesco Finest Beef Lasagne|
Cost might be a bit prohibitive for some
|Tesco Value Golden Vegetable Savoury Rice|
Tasty, Easy To Cook, Accompanies Lots Of Dishes Well, Cheap.
|Tesco Value Basmati Rice|
Slightly cheaper than average Basmati rice
Didn't agree with me, for some unknown reason
|Tilda Wholegrain Basmati Rice|
Everything, it really is very nice indeed!
|Unilever Pot Noodle In a Mug Soup Tomato and Herb|
FILLING SNACK, CHEAP AND TASTY
YOU CAN'T BEAT A PROPER POT NOODLE
|Wot? Not In A Pot Noodle, Southern Fried Chicken|
|Veetee Dine In Peri Peri Rice|
Easy to heat up, looks great and tastes nice
None at all!