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AMOY Straight to Wok Noodles 600g packet (4x 150g) ONLY 29p at Home Bargains
AMOY Straight to Wok Noodles 600g packet (4x 150g) ONLY 29p at Home Bargains

AMOY Straight to Wok Noodles 600g packet (4x 150g) ONLY 29p at Home Bargains

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Total bargain in my opinion, a 300g pack of these noodles (which contains 2 individual packs) sells at Tesco for £1.05,
At Home Bargains they are selling a 600g packet (which contains 4 individual packets inside) for the bargain price of 29p.

These noodles taste really nice, simply rinse them in water, drain and add them to your wok for the final three mins of cooking and they are done.

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Original Poster

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These are absolutely foul for most people buy could be tasty for some. I bought a few packets last year from Farmfoods, for the first packet it went from pack to wok and after stir fried and a taster.......then it went from wok to the bin. I think the cause of the bad taste and smell was due to the mustard flavour being stuffed inside a plastic bag and has had some chemical reaction with the plasticiser in the plastic. I mean how can you have two tasty bags at 600g for 29p if they were really tasty! At Tesco it is £1.05 for 300g bag.... I mean this is daft!

Instead I recommend the Sainbury's fresh pasta spaghetti for stir fried at the moment as they are half price at 64p for 500g. These are really fresh taste and have pasturised eggs.http://www.sainsburys.com/media/images/products/OSAI021/00636155_OSAI021_2_Spec2_v1_m56577569833691241.jpg
Fresh Egg Pasta
Dietary Information
Contains egg, wheat gluten & wheat
Ingredients
Durum Wheat Semolina, Pasturised Whole Egg (20%)

Original Poster

splender;5016278

These are absolutely foul for most people buy could be tasty for some. I … These are absolutely foul for most people buy could be tasty for some. I bought a few packets last year from Farmfoods, for the first packet it went from pack to wok and after stir fried and a taster.......then it went from wok to the bin. I think the cause of the bad taste and smell was due to the mustard flavour being stuffed inside a plastic bag and has had some chemical reaction with the plasticiser in the plastic. I mean how can you have two tasty bags at 600g for 29p if they were really tasty! At Tesco it is £1.05 for 300g bag.... I mean this is daft! Instead I recommend the Sainbury's fresh pasta spaghetti for stir fried at the moment as they are half price at 64p for 500g. These are really fresh taste and have pasturised eggs.Fresh Egg PastaDietary InformationContains egg, wheat gluten & wheatIngredientsDurum Wheat Semolina, Pasturised Whole Egg (20%)



ermmm, well...:whistling:
I dont really know what to say..
Comparing noodles with spaghetti just doesnt seem right as they are usually (in my house at least) used in very different types of food.
These taste fine and not at all of mustard?
I think that your packet must definately have had a chemical reaction with the plasticiser in the plastic:roll:

Tell you what go to a chinese supermarket and buy some noodles there.

JasonMason;5016671

ermmm, well...:whistling:I dont really know what to say..Comparing … ermmm, well...:whistling:I dont really know what to say..Comparing noodles with spaghetti just doesnt seem right as they are usually (in my house at least) used in very different types of food.These taste fine and not at all of mustard?I think that your packet must definately have had a chemical reaction with the plasticiser in the plastic:roll:


Spaghetti is Chinese noodles! en.wikipedia.org/wik…tti they cook the same way but you can serve them in different national styles, of course. Anyway while the Sainsbury offer is on, treat yourself for now and go back to that Amoy noodles later if you like. When you did Roman history there was never any pizza and pasta in their culture and this was not that long ago!

Shopping hint: noodles may be cheaper or more expensive in Chinese shops or normal retail shops for similar items, likewise Italian fresh pasta may be cheaper or more expensive compared with fresh Chinese noodles, use some varieties interchangeably. E.g. fresh spaghetti now at Sainsbury is 64p but a packet of fresh Chinese noodles would be over a £ in a Chinese grocery. I prefer the big supermarkets as they label the ingredients carefully.

29p.. cant go wrong.. =) :-D

I saw these in there but had a really short date- expiry was mid June something. Still, an excellent price for a quick and easy meal!

Good price at 29p,

BUT EVEN BETTER AT 19P AT B&M STORES, IF YOU HAVE ONE LOCAL TO YOU!!
JUST BOUGHT THREE PACKS FOR 57P
BARGAIN!!!

was it the thick / medium / or thin ?

I met a girl last weekend that could be described as 'Straight to bed for canoodles'.......

We bought a few of these in HB a while back and they are indeed foul.

Taste like plastic and synthetic.

Horrible.

OMG! I buy these every week from Morrisons and they cost me over £1. There is no Home Bargains near me sadly but what a hot deal. I remember for a few weeks Farmfoods were selling them at 10p so I bought loads!

I agree absolutely foul. Dont taste of anything, the standard dried ones are much nicer.
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