Koka instant noodles 25p per pack! or box of 30 for £7.50@Home Bargains
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Koka instant noodles 25p per pack! or box of 30 for £7.50@Home Bargains

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Found 30th Mar 2013
These are without doubt one of the best, if not the best instant noodles around!

These are 39p per pack @Tesco

Box of 30 for only £7.50 @Home Bargains! OR
25p per pack individually also. Best price around.


You order the case of 30 online and collect in store.

Available Flavors:

-Curry
-Beef
-Chicken
-Stir Fried

AVAILABLE INDIVIDUALLY ALSO FOR 25P PER PACK. PLEASE DON'T VOTE COLD JUST BECAUSE YOU DON'T WANT 30! STILL BEST PRICE EVEN INDIVIDUALLY.

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The stir fried ones are rather tasty, would take me a year at least to eat a box though!

Love these & I'm picky when it comes to noodles. Tesco recently had offer of 4 packs for £1.00 & offer comes & goes from time to time + you get Tesco CC points.

Original Poster

tek-monkey

The stir fried ones are rather tasty, would take me a year at least to … The stir fried ones are rather tasty, would take me a year at least to eat a box though!



aye, i have a box of chicken, and a box of curry tucked away in the pantry, used to go in and fill a basket of these every month or so. I looked ridiculous at the till -.- Never knew you could just order a box online and collect it !

saves time, cheaper and i don't look a tool

I thought i was the only one to think these were the best

Typical, the best ones are Tom yam flavour. Gutted they haven't got them. Great price though.

eyyaz

I thought i was the only one to think these were the best


Not until you'll realised when you visit Asian/Chinese supermarkets as they will most certainly have a much larger range of Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Malaysian, Vietnamese, Singaporian, etc noodles on offer which you can buy in individual packs or whole box. In some cases, flavours that you may have never heard of. It's worth trying. Koka is Vietnamese.

Original Poster

veedubjai

Love these & I'm picky when it comes to noodles. Tesco recently had offer … Love these & I'm picky when it comes to noodles. Tesco recently had offer of 4 packs for £1.00 & offer comes & goes from time to time + you get Tesco CC points.



Glad to know! i'll keep my eye open. Last tesco deal i saw was 2 for £1 back when they were the same price as super noodles.

Not the best but not too bad. As Veedubjai says, an awesome selection is available in Asian supermarkets in a variety of flavours and sizes. Abalone flavour is my fave. Roast duck is great as well

U gotta love noodles

Love em ty OP

Grrrrr, my nearest HB is 43 miles away

Lidl do decent noodles - curry, chicken, beef or prawn flavour - for 18p a shot.

Monosodium Glutamate

eyyaz

I thought i was the only one to think these were the best



Me too!
The stir fry ones are awesome, though I think the tom yam ones are better (and they don't have them..)

Good deal, i like aldi's which are about 19p per pack.

Banned

cave_man

Monosodium Glutamate



Yes, 5 for me please.

cave_man

Monosodium Glutamate

Makes food taste great!!!!

Banned

These are great,just as a lazy quick meal on their own or with meat and vedg,got 2 boxes of 30 months ago,1 curry,they are quite plain,could do with a touch more seasoning,i just add a touch of curry powder or a little soy sauce,1 stir fried,these are really quite hot,but tasty,havent tried the chicken or beef flavours,will try a single packet of each before i go for the box deal.
voted hot

Banned

Chicken flavour is my favourite. Can eat 2-3 packs in one go quite easily.

Ordered 6 boxes which should do me for a wee bit

Cheers, heat added

Banned

They are 4 for a £1 in the asian shops anyway, i m regularly buying them for the same price, like the curry and chicken flavour.

Not as good as Maggi Mee noodles but it tastes great anyway. If youhead to the Asian shop, you may want to try out this brand called Noodle King. Great tasting noodles!

These are great noodles for the price, I am stir fry flavour all the way!!
My all time favourite noodles are Korean, these bad boys are spectacular! http://kitchenkungfu.files.wordpress.com/2012/06/shin_ramyun1.jpg

Banned

Sweet deal.

These are 25p each in the Home Bargains near me which works out the same price, still a good deal though.

cave_man

Monosodium Glutamate


What about it?

Has there been any MSG epidemics in Asia, or any evidence at all, to suggest that eating even the tiniest amount of the stuff is bad for you?

Like most things, if you over indulge it will probably be bad for you but perfectly fine in moderation.

It's just scaremongering to stop you buying 30p noodles and opt for a £5.00 ready meal instead.

Decentbloke

Lidl do decent noodles - curry, chicken, beef or prawn flavour - for 18p … Lidl do decent noodles - curry, chicken, beef or prawn flavour - for 18p a shot.



I used to buy Lidl noodles, many years ago. Then I discovered the noodles made specifically for the Asian market, can't stand the Lidl ones now.

cave_man

Monosodium Glutamate

Proved safe and that's why I've got it in a salt shaker next to the bed.

The only thing i don't like about them is that the packaging doesn't state the salt content, i would like to know how much there is.

I normally get Indo-Mie (Mee Goreng flavour) but these seem worth a look!

veedubjai

Not until you'll realised when you visit Asian/Chinese supermarkets as … Not until you'll realised when you visit Asian/Chinese supermarkets as they will most certainly have a much larger range of Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Malaysian, Vietnamese, Singaporian, etc noodles on offer which you can buy in individual packs or whole box. In some cases, flavours that you may have never heard of. It's worth trying. Koka is Vietnamese.

Koka's from Singapore

God tier:http://www.theramenrater.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/topten-instant-009.jpg

smashi

These are great noodles for the price, I am stir fry flavour all the … These are great noodles for the price, I am stir fry flavour all the way!!My all time favourite noodles are Korean, these bad boys are spectacular!


These are awesome. Spicey though!

cave_man

Monosodium Glutamate


Instant "delicious". Good for you.

Marmite is another word for it. What did you think "yeast extract" was?

These are nice .. full of flavour compared to the supermarkets own brand which are usually tasteless
However, I do like Asda's Smart Price Chicken noodles though :P

My favourite noodles. Oh, and there's nothing fundamentally wrong with MSG.....

According to the Food and Drug Administration, the World Health Organization, and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, MSG is a safe food ingredient. The controversy about MSG, however, arises from a number of anecdotal complaints since the 1960s about adverse reactions when consuming foods with MSG. The “MSG Symptom Complex” or the “Chinese Restaurant Syndrome” includes symptoms such as headaches, flushing, sweating, numbness, chest pain, nausea, heart palpitations, and weakness. Still, researchers have not found any conclusive evidence that links MSG to any of these symptoms, though it is acknowledged that a small minority of people may have mild, short-term reactions to MSG. In addition, scientists cannot explain why natural glutamate, which is present in cheeses and hams, has not been associated with any symptoms, when the natural compound shares the same chemical properties as MSG. Although the stigma of this additive may still persist, the use of MSG and other related glutamates are generally perceived by the scientific community to be harmless.

From.... yalescientific.org/201…ou/

2409chris

Koka's from Singapore


Whoops, my mistake. Yes, Singaporian. Bought so many of flavours on the shelves at Chinese supermarkets, my tastebuds have gone into overdrive to the point forget which one is which comes from. There's just so much on the shelves these days, you don't know where to start.
en.wikipedia.org/wik…les

Sorry it's not a good deal as already mentioned above, these are 4 for £1 in Asian shops and I'd expect a better deal when buying in bulk. Anyway, Wai Wai over Koka anytime, except maybe TomYam.

CherryPickrr

These are awesome. Spicey though!


Tried these once in an offer but found them far too spicy. Didn't stop me going for seconds though. Couldn't taste anything after a while. Everyone should try it.

littlevincent

My favourite noodles. Oh, and there's nothing fundamentally wrong with … My favourite noodles. Oh, and there's nothing fundamentally wrong with MSG.....According to the Food and Drug Administration, the World Health Organization, and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, MSG is a safe food ingredient. The controversy about MSG, however, arises from a number of anecdotal complaints since the 1960s about adverse reactions when consuming foods with MSG. The “MSG Symptom Complex” or the “Chinese Restaurant Syndrome” includes symptoms such as headaches, flushing, sweating, numbness, chest pain, nausea, heart palpitations, and weakness. Still, researchers have not found any conclusive evidence that links MSG to any of these symptoms, though it is acknowledged that a small minority of people may have mild, short-term reactions to MSG. In addition, scientists cannot explain why natural glutamate, which is present in cheeses and hams, has not been associated with any symptoms, when the natural compound shares the same chemical properties as MSG. Although the stigma of this additive may still persist, the use of MSG and other related glutamates are generally perceived by the scientific community to be harmless.From.... http://www.yalescientific.org/2011/04/is-msg-bad-for-you/

I saw a program where they took a load of people who reckon they suffer from bloating or sweating or whatever when they have msg to two restaurants, chinese and italian and surveyed them. They did show symptoms after the chinese meal and none after the italian but it turned out to be a trick and the italian food was the one with msg in it.

People who did genuinely did have reactions, of which there are very very few compared to the number who have psychosomatic reactions did have reactions to naturally occuring glutamates.

Nissin is the god brand of dried ramen.
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