Tesco Stir Fry Chinese Noodle Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Pasta / Noodles
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Noodles
Newest Review: ... the pack to use a spoon of oil in a frying pan but I used butter and it gave it a delish flavour because I don't think it ... more
by - written on 29/05/10 (Very useful, 66 readings)
I've seen these frozen packs of Chinese Noodle Stir Fry in the freezer for ages and have seen my mum eat it sometimes but I've never tried it. It reminds me of something like a vegetable chow mein but you can see from the picture on the packet that it wouldn't have a nice sauce with it and I think it's that what put me off because it just looks mega dry on the bag. It comes frozen and you cook it from frozen as well, it tells you on the pack to use a spoon of oil in a frying pan but I used butter and it gave it a delish flavour because I don't think it would taste as nice with plain greasy oil. It's not bad for something you tip frozen into a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/03/10 (Very useful, 138 readings)
When it comes to cooking tea after a long day at the office I do hold my hands up and admit to sometimes simply throwing something into the oven or popping a meal into the microwave however, a couple of weeks ago I decided to try and plan what I was going to eat for the following week and put together a shopping list, something that I don't normally do, I just tend to have a little wander around my local Tesco in the hope of having enough items at the end to make a few decent meals! One of my plans was to cook a stir fry however rather than grabbing all fresh ingredients I was pleased to find that you can buy a ready to cook stir fry and pop it into your freezer for when Read the complete review
by - written on 27/04/09 (Very useful, 190 readings)
I recently bought a packet of this Chinese Noodle Stir Fry from Tesco. It is described as 'Water Chestnuts, Mangetout, red peppers and beansprouts with egg noodles in a delicious Chinese style sauce' and a 500 gram packet cost me £1.49. Even though this is a Tesco own brand the packaging looks quite cool. The noodles come in a vibrant red and black bag which looks slightly Oriental, and it has a scrummy looking photograph of noodles and vegetables on the front which got my mouth watering straight away! The noodles and vegetables are cooked from frozen which makes them really convenient as it means you don't have to plan ahead and defrost beforehand. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/04/09 (Useful, 80 readings)
This a delicious stock up lunch or dinner and serves best for the rainy days when you can't think of cooking anything and you just need a quick bite. I just saw this Chinese noodle stir fry on the aisles of Tesco and even though it was their own product, I didn't mind buying it or didn't doubt the quality. It comes in an attractive black and red coloured packaging. The contents include delicious egg noodles with vegetables like waterchest nuts red bell peppers and bean sprouts. Although this is a frozen meal, we don't have to thaw it in microwave. All it requires is heating and a bit of stir frying the noodles. I basically fried the noodles ... Read the complete review
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