Product Type: Unilever Ready Meals
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I am a bad boy
Pot Noodle Bombay Bad Boy
Member Name: weebill
Pot Noodle Bombay Bad Boy
Advantages: A decent tasting spicy snack.
Disadvantages: Real junk food and a lot of calories.
I have always thought my son in law was a bit of an idiot, I mean that in the nicest possible way though, truly he is as crazy as a box of frogs, so when he told me that trying the pot noodle he was into at the moment, I paid no attention to him whatsoever.
The pot noodle in question was the Bombay bad boy, now the name did little to encourage me to try it and his description of it being very hot and very, very spicy didn't do much either but what did get the better of me was simply my own curiosity.
I am not one for eating things like pot noodles in the first place but they can be a quick and tasty snack when you don't fancy crisps or the likes, I usually stick to the simple flavours but decided to give this a go.
I actually quite liked this flavour of pot noodle and was surprised to find that although it did have a real spicy kick to it, you could still taste an actual flavour beside the burn.
This pot noodle like any other is a tub of mixed dry noodles and pieces of what used to be vegetables, just add boiling water and the noodles and the vegetables start to look nearly edible, the noodles eventually go soft but the vegetables go from hard to rubbery at best.
Pot noodles are all about the sachets of flavour that you add to them, if the flavour is nice then you might just forgive the rest, the flavouring in this is a hot curry flavour with a sachet of hot fire chilli sauce, what you get in the end is a sort of beef curry flavour with a distinct chilli flavour flowing through it and it is quite nice.
If you can take pot noodles for what they are and you are a fan of hot and spicy flavours then you will most probably enjoy this.
Nutritional Content of 320g pot.
Calories - 415
Carbohydrate - 59g
Fat - 15.2g
Salt - 1.4g
Summary: Take it for what it is and you might just enjoy it!
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