Product Type: Unilever Ready Meals
Newest Review: ... out at 50p each at the time so i stocked up), the packaging looks menacing and with being labelled "bombay bad boy" i just had to... more
'The Bombay Bad Boy' THE pot noodle to end ALL pot noodles
Pot Noodle Bombay Bad Boy
Member Name: Jared_Clay
Pot Noodle Bombay Bad Boy
Advantages: Spicy, hot, addictive, easy eating, cheap, and it'll blow your head off if you get it right!
Disadvantages: peas - but you can of course remove them
Ahhh the Bombay Bad Boy - THE pot noodle to end all pot noodles. In fact I always think there are Pot Noodles and then there's THE BOMBAY BAD BOY!
I myself have been personally responsibly for getting about the half the people I know hooked on these things. Prior to it's release I used to reluntanctly buy a Beef and Tomato Pot Noodle or sometimes the Spicy Curry one as it was a simply and easy snack for me to take to work and not really because I genuinely enjoyed it. However, my love affair with the Bombay Bad Boy is something else entirely. These babies are something else altogether!.
I actually have tips that I regulary give to people on how to make yourself the perfect Bad Boy. First thing you should do is completely ignore the instructions on the side of the pot because they could not be more wrong! Secondly you remove the peas! - Now I realise that this is obviously a personal opinion although I don't think they go whether you like the things or not. I personally loathe them and believe them to be nothing but small rubbery balls of evil. Anyway, thirdly you add the boiling water very slowly and you put around one third the amount of water that you are told to on the side of the pot. Then you crush the pot together being careful not to break it and in order to mix the noodles together with what little water you have. Once that is done you stir which is tough because of the small amount of water you have. Finally you add all of the hot sauce (On a couple of occasions I've been lucky enough to score myself two sachets of the hot sauce, in this amazingly lucky occurence I would of course advise to also add the second sachet!)
Finally you leave the Badboy for around five minutes, give it another stir and you're ready to go. It should be extremely thick and should never be swimming in water as it always is if you fill to the point they advise you too. This will have created the perfect Bad Boy but it will be even hotter and spicier than one created with extra water - you have been warned - it actually gives me hiccups sometimes it's so hot!. But it will be beyond delicious and you will no doubt, just like me, be addicted to the things.
Always worth having a nice glass of juice or water at hand when eating a Bombay Bad Boy and remember - addiction shows weakness!
Summary: The Bombay Bad Boy is hard to beat as a cheap and easy snack!
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