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Suitable for the microwave
|Typical Values||Per 100g As Prepared||Per 1/2 Pack (145g) As Prepared|
|of which Saturates||3.1g||4.5g|
|of which Sugars||<0.5g||0.7g|
|This pack contains 2 portions|
Contains Cereals Containing Gluten
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (13)
not a fan
Bought these as being buying other similar noddles and thought Id try this brand bit of a mistake as more money (minimal but still more) and tasted worse. If you like Thai noodles search for Thai noodles there are soooo much better taste wise and cheaper (half the price)
My children love these, they taste just as good as they did when I was a teenager easy to cook for quick lunchtime snacks!
They taste good and just right,whatever anyone says its perfect,nothing wrong with them.I have a noodle maker but prefer to buy them as making them is to fiddly.
its good for something
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Fast but so salty
These are so quick to make up but they are very salty. The saving grace is that you add the seasoning sachet to the noodles so you don't have to use the whole thing. We usually use half the sachet and it still manages to flavour the noodles and halves the salt content.
highs and lows
Yes these taste incredible in my opinion and if you're only bothered about the taste then I'd go for it. However a full packet isn't very filling for how many calories it contains and it's actually rather hard to work out how many calories are actually in the pack as the packaging seems to be trying to avoid being upfront about that. I used to have them about twice a week and would've had them more because they're quick and tasty but would always end up eating extra stuff later on because I was hungry. Only tend to have these every few months now but I won't deny their great taste. The rest of my family think they smell awful though so I think they might be a marmite love/hate type of thing.