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Golden wonder 'Pot Noodles' only 25p each!!! Home Bargains

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Found in Home Bargain today. Beef and tomato or chicken mushroom flavoured Pot noodles for only 25p. Best before date May 2017 so plenty of time to stock these up and eat them. Hths
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Found in Home Bargain today. Beef and tomato or chicken mushroom flavoured Pot noodles for only 25p.

Best before date May 2017 so plenty of time to stock these up and eat them.

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6 Likes #1
Good price but taste rotten :(
#2
If you put a healthy splash of soy sauce on the chicken and mushroom, they're much improved. They've had these for a month or so in B & M too along with the curry flavour. Not a patch on the proper pot noodles though but hey, at 25p it's a good carb fix.
4 Likes #3
Surely 'Pot Noodle' is a protected product name, like champagne and Brie?
1 Like #4
Daltone
Surely 'Pot Noodle' is a protected product name, like champagne and Brie?
LoL - I like the comparison, I'm not sure these are the same ones currently sold for 50p in Tescos, have some heat though!
8 Likes #5
what do you call a fake noodle? an 'impasta'
2 Likes #6
They used to be Golden Wonder Pots back in the day, I hate to say it but these are rank and not worth 25p in my opinion.
Love cheap noodles but these are just wrong.
2 Likes #7
Koka noodles are better tasting than these from home bargains.

I purchased loads of the chip shop curry flour and they are not great, but only 25p so can't really complain. Saved them for the rainy day.
#8
These are nasty but for 25p beggars cant be choosers, Though good for a quick tasteless snack
#9
Best noodles are from the Asian food shops but they are about £1-£1.50 each, proper soup base and dried vegetables even get ones with dried prawns.
1 Like #10
I wouldn't eat these if they were free. I would actually rather starve to death and keep my dignity.

They give noodles a bad name.
#11
Yuk!!!!!!!!!
#12
Rotten!
1 Like #13
I wouldn't let hitler peel back the lid on one of these.
#14
I loved the chip chop curry ones but Golden Wonder aka symingtons dont do them now so settle for curry flavour. i always spice them up with chilies powder from my home grown chilies. Never saw them in HB today but did grab some at 50p at Tesco

Edited By: shrek on Oct 03, 2016 22:55
#15
How are these still legally classed as food?!
#16
Cold - Horrible taste!
#17
They don't taste like the normal pot noodle. Thought they were a bargain, bought 4, had a spoonful of 1, binned them all!
Great if you like them but if you are expecting a normal pot noodle then you will be disappointed.
#18
staceybaby
Good price but taste rotten :(

I agree these are not great. HOWEVER their version of super noodles (Gnosh Noodles which are on offer for 3 for £1 at HB) are pretty decent, cheap and cheerful plus larger than the Super Noodles packets too!
#19
drnkbeer
staceybaby
Good price but taste rotten :(

I agree these are not great. HOWEVER their version of super noodles (Gnosh Noodles which are on offer for 3 for £1 at HB) are pretty decent, cheap and cheerful plus larger than the Super Noodles packets too!


I only like pot noodles & koka noodles, all the others I've tried are stodgy, especially super noodles.
Might buy some tho, see if the kids like them
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[i]Edited By: staceybaby on Oct 04, 2016 12:49:
#20
Saw these today in Swinton branch of Home Bargains. They also had the chip shop curry flavour
1 Like #21
MrScotchBonnet
I wouldn't eat these if they were free. I would actually rather starve to death and keep my dignity.
They give noodles a bad name.
Let's hope that nuclear holocaust comes soon so we can see if that's true mrscotch ;0
1 Like #22
I preferred the original golden wonder pot noodles
#23
Daltone
Surely 'Pot Noodle' is a protected product name, like champagne and Brie?
Huh, not sure if you are trolling or not. Champagne and Brie aren't brand names...
#24
jambone
Daltone
Surely 'Pot Noodle' is a protected product name, like champagne and Brie?
Huh, not sure if you are trolling or not. Champagne and Brie aren't brand names...


I think I could make a case for ​them being TSG...

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