Tesco Value Curry Flavour Instant Noodles Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Curry
Newest Review: ... blown up the microwave (touch wood). These noodles are part of the Tesco's Value range. The flavour I am reviewing is ... more
by - written on 27/09/09 (Very useful, 136 readings)
I like eating Noodles, and don't feel you have to buy the brand name ones in order for them to be the best. These are part of the Tesco Value range and cost a bargain 12p per pack. 1 pack is enough for me to have for lunch, but if I was absolutely starving and wanted a huge pile of Noodles, then 2 packs of these wouldn't break the bank either. The packaging isn't thatexciting. It is a square-ish cellophane pack which is white with the Tesco Value branding on the front, There is the nutritional information on the back and it states these are 65g. The Noodles are all stick together in a block, but can break up easy enough. They soften when ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/05/09, updated on 21/05/09 (Very useful, 101 readings)
I absolutely love noodles and really do adore food I can bang in the microwave and cook with ease! I admit it! I'm super lazy and I'm not a fan of standing around for hours to cook things that take me 2 minutes to eat! So when I saw these in my local Tesco store for 9p a packet I didn't expect much from them to be totally honest with you l but did think they were going to probably be the cheapest meal I've ever had lol. The Packaging.... Oblong red and white plastic packet. On the front in red, white and blue writing I'm told they are Tesco 'Value' Curry Flavour instant Noodles and that they take 4 and 1/2 minutes to microwave or 3 minutes to boil, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/05/09, updated on 12/05/09 (Very useful, 62 readings)
With the current climate going on and with me and my boyfriend not having the well paid jobs we used to have, money is very scarce lately. On a Tesco shop we were looking for some pasta and came across these Tesco value instant curry noodles which were priced at 9 pence, unbelievable so was worth a try at least, previously we had tried another brand of noodles in the same type of packaging and same size ect so I thought what the hey its probably all exactly the same except these are a bit cheaper. I must admit I did still have my doubts but nope these tasted exactly the same, the only difference was the colour of packaging. These noodles actually ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/05/13 (Very useful, 39 readings)
I love anything which is quick and easy to make and tastes good. I have tried a wide range of instant noodles, in all different flavours, and these are by far my favourite. I usually eat them at lunch time as a snack, as they are not quite filling enough to be eaten as a meal (well not for me anyway, I do like my food :D). I am going to blame my culinary skills on my partner, as I very rarely make anything that doesn't come from a packet and which I can't burn. I have been know to burn a boiled egg! So these noodles are right up my street as they only take a number of minutes to make and I haven't burnt them yet, or blown up the microwave (touch wood). ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/05/10 (Very useful, 59 readings)
I only tend to eat noodles during my lunch hour because of convenience, but I think I found a good little buy with the Tesco Value Noodles. Each pack costs 9p for 65g pack, which is a real bargain! The packaging isn't too great on the product-the noodles come in a pack the same shape ar Batchelor's supernoodles, but with the Tesco Value red and blue logo. There is a picture of the noodles on the front which makes it a better than the usual value products. The curry noodles are tasty and easy to cook. Place in a microwavable dish and add 200ml o boiling water, add the sachet of flavour and microwave for 1.5 mins, stir, and cook for a further ... Read the complete review
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