Koka Noodles 4 packs for £1 at Tesco
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Koka Noodles 4 packs for £1 at Tesco

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Found 16th Sep 2012
Haven't posted a deal for a while and feel a bit bad as I feel i've taken more than i've given. Tesco are selling Koka noodles for the equivalent of 25p per pack if you buy 4. I picked up curry and chicken flavours. Available online too. Not expecting to be set on fire but still decent IMO. Enjoy

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always 25p a pack in Home Bargains. (_;)

ian.online

always 25p a pack in Home Bargains. (_;)



yep,HB is awesome.

Original Poster

Home Bargains is indeed a wonderful shop but unfortunately not everyone has one and they also don't do home delivery.
Point taken though. It's not an amazing deal but worth bearing in mind if you're going there anyway

ian.online

always 25p a pack in Home Bargains. (_;)


Not everyone lives near a Home Bargains store Einstein. There's only two Home Bargains stores in the whole of London for instance. (_;)

By the way thanks for posting Moonmonkeys, great deal. I for one, am from London, and I'm not near both of the two London Home Bargains stores, so this Tesco deal will help me and hopefully some others too.

Transformers

Not everyone lives near a Home Bargains store Einstein.


And not everyone lives near a Tesco, Stephen Hawking !!!!
And not everyone shops online at Tesco, Archimedes !!!!!
So are people only supposed to post deals that everyone lives close to and/or has access to ???
What exactly is your point ???

I was merely giving an alternative option where you can buy the same product at the same price (and pretty much all the time - not just when it's on offer) ........... IT'S CALLED CHOICE !!!

Hot! Like these a lot. Home Bargains don't always have a variety of flavours. Sometimes just the one.

DONT BUY !! They contain PALM OIL !!!!

Banned



Sharon whats wrong with Palm oil?

I eat these all the time and now wondering whats wrong with palm oil

sharon601

DONT BUY !! They contain PALM OIL !!!!



Is this a bad thing?

The process of obtaining Palm Oil is threatening the orangutan's habitat according to Wikipedia and it can be bad for you if you're watching your cholesterol levels.

Still, they are tasty - especially the beef ones

I love the Stir Fry ones with extra packet of oil. Massively hot and yummy. Eat at least 2 packs a week.

Oh and I get them from HB for the same price.

GeekyBaz01 has explained it perfectly re Orangutan's habitat !!

They are tasty (as I have eaten them until I realised) but would rather have the chance to see wild Organutans one day !!!!

The Noodles they are just not worth it.

Moonmonkeys

Home Bargains is indeed a wonderful shop but unfortunately not everyone … Home Bargains is indeed a wonderful shop but unfortunately not everyone has one and they also don't do home delivery.


Home Bargains do have a home delivery option from their online site, I ordered 5 boxes of 30 Koka noodles earlier this year.
Edited by: "BlackAle" 18th Sep 2012

do they have to be cooked or does one just add hot water?

seb

do they have to be cooked or does one just add hot water?

you can just add hot water from the kettle but it takes longer I used to do it while I was at work

seb

do they have to be cooked or does one just add hot water?



I just poor boiling water over them then leave to steep for several minutes.

ian.online

And not everyone lives near a Tesco, Stephen Hawking !!!! :{And not … And not everyone lives near a Tesco, Stephen Hawking !!!! :{And not everyone shops online at Tesco, Archimedes !!!!! :{So are people only supposed to post deals that everyone lives close to and/or has access to ???What exactly is your point ???I was merely giving an alternative option where you can buy the same product at the same price (and pretty much all the time - not just when it's on offer) ........... IT'S CALLED CHOICE !!!


Next time read my whole comment before replying. I will still explain my comment to you though, as you're obviously not the smartest of people. My comment was basically implying that not everyone has a Home Bargains store near them, so it was good that Moonmonkeys posted this deal as it should be helpful to a lot of people who don't live next to a Home Bargains or just would rather purchase at Tesco etc. Also you're acting like the so-called "victim" - "I was merely giving an alternative option..." when you're not.

ian.online

always 25p a pack in Home Bargains. (_;)


The reason I say this is because you have a "smirky" face/emoticon after your first comment (see above), so your first comment basically implies this Tesco deal is pointless as it's always 25p at Home Bargains and you also don't have to buy 4 for a £1 to get it for 25p each, as that is the standard price for just one pack at Home Bargains. If that wasn't your intention of how the comment should be interpreted, next time phrase your comment more appropriately and choose the right emoticon, so it doesn't sound so rude or sarcastic. Okay Stephen Hawking?

HOME BARGAINS does do delivery I don't shop at tesco morrisons is cheaper and better quality food (sometimes) I don't like home bargains as every time I go there I keep wasting money on things I don't need lol why is it too cheap arrrrgggggg. And I always forget what I go there for in the first place

Transformers

Next time read my whole comment before replying. I will still explain my … Next time read my whole comment before replying. I will still explain my comment to you though, as you're obviously not the smartest of people. My comment was basically implying that not everyone has a Home Bargains store near them, so it was good that Moonmonkeys posted this deal as it should be helpful to a lot of people who don't live next to a Home Bargains or just would rather purchase at Tesco etc. Also you're acting like the so-called "victim" - "I was merely giving an alternative option..." when you're not.The reason I say this is because you have a "smirky" face/emoticon after your first comment (see above), so your first comment basically implies this Tesco deal is pointless as it's always 25p at Home Bargains and you also don't have to buy 4 for a £1 to get it for 25p each, as that is the standard price for just one pack at Home Bargains. If that wasn't your intention of how the comment should be interpreted, next time phrase your comment more appropriately and choose the right emoticon, so it doesn't sound so rude or sarcastic. Okay Stephen Hawking?

I think you are both rude and should go join the idiots in misc great deal from tesco and home bargains

seb

do they have to be cooked or does one just add hot water?


Here are the instructions from one of the packs (KOKA Curry Flavour), I've typed them up for you:

"Cooking Instruction: Add noodle to 400ml of boiling water and cook for 2-3 minutes. Add in seasoning, stir & serve."

Hope this helps,
Transformers

ENGLISH

I think you are both rude and should go join the idiots in misc great … I think you are both rude and should go join the idiots in misc great deal from tesco and home bargains


I agree it's a great deal, as I said it earlier, don't see how I'm rude though, I'm just telling him off, lol
Maybe you should go to misc though as you're not exactly being pleasant either.

Not on offer in my local one. 39p. Got 4 scanned anyway. Didn't come up on offer.

I tend to just soak them in hot water for five minutes - that always seems to work, and add lots of things like watercress and spring onion.

Never seems to be any other flavours than curry, tomato, chicken or veg in my local. And what is that white substance in the veg sachet?!

sharon601

GeekyBaz01 has explained it perfectly re Orangutan's habitat !! They are … GeekyBaz01 has explained it perfectly re Orangutan's habitat !! They are tasty (as I have eaten them until I realised) but would rather have the chance to see wild Organutans one day !!!!The Noodles they are just not worth it.



Thanks Sharon,

Although I must thank you as I has no idea of the deforestation that is happening in order to acquire this food additive. Also, it's classed as a bio-diesel so I suppose the question is, do I want to eat something made with something I can run my car on?

Hadouken!

I tend to just soak them in hot water for five minutes - that always … I tend to just soak them in hot water for five minutes - that always seems to work, and add lots of things like watercress and spring onion.Never seems to be any other flavours than curry, tomato, chicken or veg in my local. And what is that white substance in the veg sachet?!



I would imagine the extra sachet would be ghee. Often included in noodle packs.

My local Tesco doesn't seem to stock these? Unless I'm looking in the wrong place, are the next to the import items/asian foods?

I usually end up going to Asda because of the selection.

Banned

Chicken works on the glich bogof, whatever price but not the Vegetable, still 4 for £1.00 just bought 2 boxes.
Who needs instructions to cook noodles? i laughed the other day when i saw a label on a pineapple, with introductions on how to cut it, are we getting dumber by the hour or what????????????

Edited by: "douglas13" 4th Oct 2012

Banned

GeekyBaz01

The process of obtaining Palm Oil is threatening the orangutan's habitat … The process of obtaining Palm Oil is threatening the orangutan's habitat according to Wikipedia and it can be bad for you if you're watching your cholesterol levels. Still, they are tasty - especially the beef ones



i dont care about the Orangutans, nor the excessive amount of Monosodium glutamate that can kill you with migraines and cancers of all types.
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