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Posted 13 July 2023

Koka Tom Yum / Tomato / Spicy Fried / Vegetable / Curry / Chicken Noodles 85G - 44p (Clubcard Price ) @ Tesco

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Koka Tom Yum Noodles 85G , Clubcard price 44p ( Non Clubcard price 55p ) Price valid until 8th August . Good time to stock up on dried food whilst it is this price . 6 flavours to choose from .
Product Description :
Instant Noodles
Pack size: 85G
Ingredients Noodles: Wheat Flour, Palm Oil, Salt, Seasoning: Salt, Sugar, Flavour Enhancer (E621), Acidity Regulator (Citric Acid), Chilli Powder, Shrimp Powder, Hydrolysed Soy Protein, Lemongrass Powder, Spices
Allergy InformationFor allergens, see ingredients in bold
Produce ofProduct of Singapore
Number of usesServing size (1 pack): 85g; As prepared: 485g
Net Contents85g
Preparation and UsageCooking Instructions:1. Place noodles into 400ml of boiling water and cook for 2 minutes.2. Add seasoning and stir.3. Transfer to bowl and serve.
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  1. innocent's avatar
    Koka certainly beats Maggi in my noodle eating humble opinion ♨️
    wolfinsheepsclothing's avatar
    I agree
  2. darrenjg's avatar
    These are the best noodles, though I think may be cheaper in Home Bargains if you have one close by
    Mysticaltopaz24's avatar
    These are handy if you do online grocery shopping and can't get to other shops as not much dearer while on Clubcard that's why I put them on
  3. OLDSKOOL's avatar
    These are incredible chuck a few prawns in, sweetcorn if you like, chopped spring onions, dash of lime 😋
  4. HereKittyKitty's avatar
    3 for £1.20 at Home Bargs and I thought that was a bit steep. They used to be 4 or 5 for a pound

    They are nice though. Especially the beef ones
  5. yozzman1234's avatar
    Yes I think H&B do 3 for £1.20 if you have one close by .

    Spicy stir fry have a kick . Tip I boil them for 3 minutes , then drain 90% of the water . Add the flavour and toss them around the pan for 1 minute on low heat . The flavour is so much more punchy like that (edited)
    darrenjg's avatar
    I'll often stir fry some veg and maybe an egg, with the noodles soaking in a bowl nearby, then at the end drain the noodles and drop them in the pan, add the seasoning, stir stir and dollop out onto a plate within seconds. Turns out lovely
  6. londongirl2510's avatar
    To think these used to be 20p
    jans's avatar
    It doesn't even seem that long ago to me that they used to be 7p a pack, never mind 20p. Although, in reality that was probably back in the days when the shop was called Home AND Bargain
  7. ady1234uk's avatar
    Great noodles unlike most at that price that have a soggy texture
  8. wolfinsheepsclothing's avatar
    Is the tom yum as good as Wai Wai
    Seanspeed's avatar
    44p dude, just try em.
  9. Scouse95's avatar
    I remeber getting 5 for £1 in home bargains like 2 years ago crazy how much everythings gone up
    Mysticaltopaz24's avatar
    If only I had a Tardis (edited)
  10. jas1505's avatar
    Love these, do miss the cheaper price. A few years back you could get 4 for £1.
  11. ALW_'s avatar
    They are on offer in Iceland too right now, £2 for 5. Or 44p each.
  12. neekaphillips's avatar
    Not too bad. We tend to buy the indomie ones, I've a beige eater in the house and I think we bought 160 for about 30quid.

    No. We don't just feed him noodles.....
  13. PatTheCat's avatar
    My local Tesco doesn't have these, it's pretty poor for stock, maybe I will check out Iceland
    as someone mentioned but my Iceland branch isn't that near for me.
  14. biagrin's avatar
    anyone know what happened to the masala flavoured ones. It's become impossible to get them (or at least at a sensible price)
  15. rkl's avatar
    This are fine - I rated them 7/10 in a giant noodle taste test I did years ago and they are probably the best value noodles on the market. Top rated for me was Nongshim's Shin Ramyun, but I'm a spicehead (get the Kimchi variant if you can't handle heat).
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