Tesco Value Spicy Curry Flavour Snack Pot Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Ready Meals
Newest Review: ... pea's and carrots and practically no soya pieces included. Cost wise, the Tesco Value Spicy Curry Flavour Snack Pot costs a ... more
by - written on 11/10/09 (Very useful, 133 readings)
If, like me, you sometimes struggle to find something nice and tasty and easy to make for lunch, without spending the earth. I often edge slowly towards popping down to the local shop to buy a Spicy Curry Flavoured Pot Noodle. They may not be the most healthy option possible, but they do provide a filling and tasty snack to fill the whole in my stomach. Imagine my excitement when I last visited Tesco, seeing on the shelves right next to the branded Pot Noodle was a Tesco Value Spicy Curry Flavour Noodle Quick Snack Pot. Even though I am a big fan of the Branded Pot Noodle variety, I thought they were definitely worth giving a try as most of the other ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/09/09 (Very useful, 67 readings)
I make no secret of the fact I'm a lazy cook. I lead a busy life and I'm either writing mountains of reviews, at the gym or keeping my boyfriend entertained and therefore I feel like I'm constantly on the go! I tend to live on toast, sandwiches, ready meals or snacks such as this. I cant be bothered in slaving away just to eat, it really isn't my priority in life. I think because food isn't my priority and I simply have the motto I eat to live and not the other way around is the reason really I buy economy products in the main. I'm just not that overly bothered about food unless it tastes really bad. Me I'm happy with some 9p noodles from a shop I can consume ... Read the complete review
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