Tesco Value Bacon Flavour Instant Noodles Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Other Ready Meals
Newest Review: ... maybe Im wrong. Maybe I shouldnt be like that, and be proud to be buying Tesco value, afterall its what it tastes like that ... more
by - written on 19/01/10 (Very useful, 24 readings)
Tesco Value Bacon Flavour Instant Noodles Description: Manufacturer: Tesco / Type: Ready Meals I used to be a little bit of a food snob and would usually buy the more expensive brands but have recently been converted to the supermarkets own ranges which offer savings to the consumer by spending less on fancy packaging and instead, using plain and functional wrappings. Previously, I would walk past these ranges in the mistaken belief that chap and nasty packaging meant cheap and nasty products. In fact, many of the products that I have tried have been surprisingly good which has made me keen to try more. And let's face it, the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/07/09 (Very useful, 19 readings)
I'm a student, so naturally I don't have a lot of money to spend, even on necessary things like food. So, I tend to look for the cheapest meals I can find - and what better place to do so than Tesco? One day I was in Tesco, buying dinner for myself, when I came across Tesco Value Bacon Flavour Instant Noodles. They have similar packaging to Batchelor's Supernoodles, just a bit plainer and with Tesco's branding. Thinking that they would probably taste horrible, i went ahead and bought a few packets anyway, as they only cost 8p each! At home, I made a couple of packets, which only took a few minutes and was very easy - all i had to do was boil a pan of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/05/09 (Very useful, 90 readings)
I am on a real cost-saving mission of late and trying to save the pennies wherever I can. This is a real bargain product for just 10p and I had one of these packets as part of my dinner this evening. The packet is very simple, it's a white plastic bag with the Tesco value logo (blue, white & red) and a picture of some noodles on a fork. It's very basic packaging but then I'd rather have a cheaper price and a basic looking product than pay a premium for something that looks nice in my trolley. Once the packet is opened there is a block of noodles and a sachet of the bacon flavouring (value flavouring apparently - no surprise there). I put the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/12/09 (Very useful, 41 readings)
I first tried these when my mum brought some home and I thought Id give them a go. I boilded water in a pan and popped the noodles in. Once most of the water had dissolved I added the bacon flavoured powder and mixed until it looked ready enough to eat. Upon my first impression was that these werent too bad... not bad at all! The noodles were not too soft and had a nice texture to them. They were pretty much just exactly like a leading brand that I usually eat in fact. I started to analyse the flavour of the noodles, which could have been better and a little stronger, but hey this was Tesco Value after all. What did I expect. I think the most ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/07/09 (Very useful, 18 readings)
For some reason, Tesco Value always fascinates me. My mum never buys it, even when we're poor as doormice, so I always wanted to try it at any opportunity. So, being bored and hungry one day, I nipped to Tesco in search of a tasty quick snack that would leave me some change for an Iced Split at the Greggs next door (teehee.) And lo behold, 8 measly pence for noodles?! What an utter bargain! I can buy these as a substitute for Pot Noodles just by rummaging in my pocket for loose change! Wowee! I decided to try both the bacon flavour and the chicken flavour, for under 20p. Still enough for that iced split! I purchased my goods and went on my way ... Read the complete review
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