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Maggi Noodles 5 Packs for £1.00 at Tesco and ASDA (20p per pack), Batchelors Super Noodles 2 for 80p at Iceland

£1.00 @ Tesco
Tesco Maggi 3 Minute Noodles Chicken Flavour 59g 39p Each or 5 Packs for £1.00 Maggi 3 Minute Noodles Bbq Beef Flavour 59g 39p Each or 5 Packs for £1.00 Maggi 3 Minute Noodles Curry Flavour 59g 39… Read More
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8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago
Tesco
Maggi 3 Minute Noodles Chicken Flavour 59g 39p Each or 5 Packs for £1.00
Maggi 3 Minute Noodles Bbq Beef Flavour 59g 39p Each or 5 Packs for £1.00
Maggi 3 Minute Noodles Curry Flavour 59g 39p Each or 5 Packs for £1.00
Maggi 3 Minute Pot Noodles Chicken or Cuury 2 for £1
Maggi Fusian Fiery Sweet Chilli Noodles 119G £1 was £1.39
Maggi Fusian Classic Chow Mein Noodles 117G £1 was £1.39
Maggi Fusian Aromatic Spiced Noodles 119G £1 was £1.39
------ Tesco Offers Expires 9th August 2016

ASDA
5 Pack Maggi 3 Minute Noodles Chicken £1.00
5 Pack Maggi 3 Minute Noodles Curry £1.00
Batchelors Super Noodles All Flavours 50p
Batchelors Super Rice All Flavours 50p
Batchelors Super Pasta 'n' Sauce All Flavours 50p

Iceland
5 Pack Maggi 3 Minute Noodles Chicken £1.00
Batchelors Super Noodles Curry Flavour 90g 2 for 80p
Batchelors Super Noodles Bacon Flavour 90g 2 for 80p
Batchelors Super Noodles Barbecue Beef Flavour 90g 2 for 80p
Batchelors Super Noodles Chicken Flavour 90g 2 for 80p
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8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago
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2 Likes #1
I prefer the own and foreign brands if i'm honest.

The consistency of these Maggi 3 min ones are a bit weak and the flavours taste a bit rubbish.
1 Like #2
good find op, heat added
1 Like #3
Isnt is always 1 pound in poundland?
2 Likes #4
They've always been £1 for 5 in Asda
4 Likes #5
seem to be a permanent fixture at B&M bargains at 99p
#6
I've not seen food that glows luminous like these since the 80's. And they all vanished because of the illegal ingredients crackdown.
#7
Koka noodles are the best, but these are great as well. Heat added.
#8
Yeah, this is the standard price in Asda, Poundland and B&M. Maggi are okay as a soup noodle but very bland if you prepare them by boiling all the water off ala Batchelors.

You can't beat Koka noodles for taste and they're cheaper by weight at 25p for an 85g pack at Home Bargain. Stir Fry is especially yummy, beef is really good while curry isn't anything special but the actual noodles have a nicer texture than the likes of Batchelors and the cheap own brands (Lidl, Aldi, Asda, Tesco) which feel too fatty. Genuine far-eastern noodles like Koka, Indo Me and Nissin don't have the same rubbery feel as western made noodles for some reason.
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cjaz99
Yeah, this is the standard price in Asda, Poundland and B&M. Maggi are okay as a soup noodle but very bland if you prepare them by boiling all the water off ala Batchelors.
You can't beat Koka noodles for taste and they're cheaper by weight at 25p for an 85g pack at Home Bargain. Stir Fry is especially yummy, beef is really good while curry isn't anything special but the actual noodles have a nicer texture than the likes of Batchelors and the cheap own brands (Lidl, Aldi, Asda, Tesco) which feel too fatty. Genuine far-eastern noodles like Koka, Indo Me and Nissin don't have the same rubbery feel as western made noodles for some reason.
Only if the Maggi noodles were made in the UK for the UK market. Maggi is the no. 1 noodle in India and probably in Malaysia and Singapore too. Koka is a Singaporean substitute for Maggi but to my knowledge is primarily an export product, so you can't get Koka noodles in Singapore (well, even if you could, people would buy Maggi over it any day)

Forget these bland 3 minute ones and get the imported 2 minute ones.

Edited By: jsty3105 on Aug 08, 2016 01:11
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#11
Roz4u
That's awhile back now - there are questions about the testing methodology too.
#12
I tried these Maggi noodles a while back and thought they were very average (I'm surprised they're so huge in places like India, but you can't be sure they're made the same as the ones we get in the UK). Koka noodles are a bit better and probably the best of the super-cheap (sub-50p a packet) noodles.

Me? I go "upmarket" a bit and buy the more expensive Nongshim Shin Yamyun which are 70p a pop for a large packet in Tesco. Can be a bit too spicy for some (use less of the powder or add more water if that's the case for you), but I love them.

All I beg of you is to avoid Super Noodles at all costs - of the many noodle brands I've tried, this was rock bottom by some margin (and I do like Pot Noodle in case you think I'm a noodle "snob").
#13
really bad tasting noodles.

I'm a fan of Maggi 2 minute noodles. these Maggi 3 minute noodles are totally different. the noodles are different and even the flavouring is different for the what is meant to be the same flavour.

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