Naked Noodles All Varieties 78g for 60p @ Tesco (from tomorrow 17/04)
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Naked Noodles All Varieties 78g for 60p @ Tesco (from tomorrow 17/04)

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Nasty! Maybe its just me
Ahhhh, Posh Pot Noodle
Great they bounce around on price and will stock up on these for lunch if you like your noodles really really Spicy try the Shin Cup Noodle Soup Gourmet Spicy... you won't be disappointed..
They are 75p at Asda if that store is closer to anyone
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Thai green curry is just 👌🏻
Ahhhh, Posh Pot Noodle
Nasty! Maybe its just me
Which ones are nice?
Sami2410 m ago

Which ones are nice?


They're all pretty nice. The beef pho one is my favourite.
Any vegetarian?
I stock up on these every few weeks for lunch at work... was going to pop to Tesco today and buy them but glad I saw this first! I'll pop there tomorrow Cheers idontflycathay
Singapore Noodles is the best
Great they bounce around on price and will stock up on these for lunch if you like your noodles really really Spicy try the Shin Cup Noodle Soup Gourmet Spicy... you won't be disappointed..
HellriderUKDeals691 h, 6 m ago

Any vegetarian?


all of them apart from firecracker chicken. - even the beef one is veggie, they just use powdered flavourings..
I normally buy my noodles from the local asian grocery store. How do these compare?
Are these any good? What flavours the best, are these similar to pot noodle?
skiking3 h, 31 m ago

Ahhhh, Posh Pot Noodle


Is it because it's naked
They are 75p at Asda if that store is closer to anyone
Really like these! Singapore Curry is my favourite. I usually cover it and let it sit for about 10mins to get a thick and full cup of noodles, otherwise it can be quite watery. They taste pretty authentic to a real noodle dish
Well just been to my local Tesco.... Not on offer there
hotdealsareus1234 m ago

Well just been to my local Tesco.... Not on offer there


From tomorrow 17/04
Alot better than pot noddle. Recommend beef pho
JesseC3 h, 23 m ago

Are these any good? What flavours the best, are these similar to pot …Are these any good? What flavours the best, are these similar to pot noodle?


Pretty good. Similar to pot noodle yes but a bit more 'exotic' and flavoursome. Haven't tried them all but all the ones I've tried so far have been decent
These are very good for anyone who is following slimming world, they are low syns and ideal to take to work.
HellriderUKDeals6944 m ago

From tomorrow 17/04


Lol probably why then.... Thanks
Edited by: "hotdealsareus123" 16th Apr
Mmmmm duck ones the best.
Is it just me or do these noodles tend to get "sticky" at the bottom of the pot (even if I put enough water in and stir a lot) and get tricky to scoop out at the end of the meal?

As to the earlier comment about "Shin Cup Noodle Soup Gourmet Spicy" (aka Nongshim Shin Ramyun Noodles), you should really get the packet version which is way cheaper per gram than the cup/pot versions. Morrisons have it for 70p a packet at the moment and they also have the milder Kimchi Ramyun at 70p a packet too. The Shin Ramyun noodles are my all-time favourites, but they're quite spicy if you use the entire sachet that comes with it.
tipsy19737 h, 36 m ago

Nasty! Maybe its just me



i dont like the ribbon style noodles that they use in a lot of the UK made noodles. they taste cheap and dont like the texture. i just go for more "authentic" noodles made in thailand,singapore or japan etc , they have enough available at fair prices

price is good for these though if you like em as i now they are often about a quid
Edited by: "wiggywig" 16th Apr
If anyone has tried the rice versions, there's not just one fill line like the norm, there 3 fill lines, yes 3!!! When did lunch become so complicated
Edited by: "pman12" 16th Apr
Seems like they’re 60p online now. Wondering if they’ll be on offer in my local store yet. Could do with some of these for work.
tipsy19738 h, 23 m ago

Nasty! Maybe its just me



In line with this, I'm gonna share my go-to since you don't get many opportunities to talk noodles.

Instead of these attempts at making pot noodle look posh (and often tasting jank), search for 'nong shim'. They're the proper korean or japanese ramen and our local brands don't compare - though if someone has any to recommend, let me know!

The pork, chicken, and spicy ones are all delicious so I get the cups from asda for the occasional lazy treat. But most of my stock is from 20-packs of the 120g 'gourmet spicy' packets off amazon since it works out better value, and the portion sizes are more of a full meal rather than a snack.

They also sell them at Tesco (for like 20p more than asda), so it's definitely worth picking some up to compare if you're already grabbing noodles anyway.

Randomly found these on amazon a year ago and was blown away and just disappointed I didn't know about them sooner.

I think the spicy ones are the best but if you're not used to it they can be really hot so you might want to be careful about how much seasoning you use.
omfgzbilly9 h, 22 m ago

Thai green curry is just 👌🏻


Just OK?
Not really a glowing endorsement...
rkl2 h, 14 m ago

Is it just me or do these noodles tend to get "sticky" at the bottom of …Is it just me or do these noodles tend to get "sticky" at the bottom of the pot (even if I put enough water in and stir a lot) and get tricky to scoop out at the end of the meal?As to the earlier comment about "Shin Cup Noodle Soup Gourmet Spicy" (aka Nongshim Shin Ramyun Noodles), you should really get the packet version which is way cheaper per gram than the cup/pot versions. Morrisons have it for 70p a packet at the moment and they also have the milder Kimchi Ramyun at 70p a packet too. The Shin Ramyun noodles are my all-time favourites, but they're quite spicy if you use the entire sachet that comes with it.


Not that I will say they don’t taste good, but have you noticed the ingredients? Flavour Enhancers: E621, E627, E631. With those on board everything will taste delicious...
I really like the Thai Massaman Curry one, normally in ASDA. I believe that ALDI do a version of the naked noodles but only workmates around Manchester have been able to get them, not seen them around Merseyside yet...
Sami249 h, 49 m ago

Which ones are nice?


Sweet chli the best one 👌
ch1z9 h, 3 m ago

Great they bounce around on price and will stock up on these for lunch if …Great they bounce around on price and will stock up on these for lunch if you like your noodles really really Spicy try the Shin Cup Noodle Soup Gourmet Spicy... you won't be disappointed..


Samyang spicy noodles very nice
Sloblock1 h, 45 m ago

I really like the Thai Massaman Curry one, normally in ASDA. I believe …I really like the Thai Massaman Curry one, normally in ASDA. I believe that ALDI do a version of the naked noodles but only workmates around Manchester have been able to get them, not seen them around Merseyside yet...


They do, can't remember price but they are stocked in North Lancs/South Cumbria Aldi's.
pman123 h, 50 m ago

If anyone has tried the rice versions, there's not just one fill line like …If anyone has tried the rice versions, there's not just one fill line like the norm, there 3 fill lines, yes 3!!! When did lunch become so complicated


Complicated and not a patch on the Naked noodles. Won't be buying again
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Yes, if you're actually into proper noodles Samyang is much better better than Nongshim - healthier anyway.

I must admit that Nongshim taste good but they're all flavour over health - palm oil fried noodles with MSG and loads of flavourings etc. I believe.

Samyang used to do a non fried noodle - kal guk su - which was a ribbon noodle and more chewy, but not deep fried in palm oil. And no MSG etc.

So just noodles, and a good powder sachet and sauce sachet. Can't find them anymore though.
I prefer udon noodles with a sauce sachet these days - normally a a bit over £3 for 3 in a pack. Vacuum packed fresh udon noodles, not dried. Much tastier, and not fried and you can find ones without crappy ingredients. Would recommend that.

Nongshim shin ramyun is tasty though I admit.
Hmm, any udon noodles in particular, and what 'sauce sachet' are you referring to? Any I've tried were kinda bland and a weird thick texture. I've never known them to be tasty.

Gonna try the samyang noodles that are on amazon (though they're a bit pricier). Honestly look much less healthy than the nong shim ones haha.

I really don't think anyone here is under the impression we're eating noodles as a healthy food to be honest? Noodles are junk food but anything is fine in moderation.
These aren't too bad. Heat
Maybe OP should edit the title to say starts today.
ZeroBlitz19 h, 53 m ago

Hmm, any udon noodles in particular, and what 'sauce sachet' are you …Hmm, any udon noodles in particular, and what 'sauce sachet' are you referring to? Any I've tried were kinda bland and a weird thick texture. I've never known them to be tasty.Gonna try the samyang noodles that are on amazon (though they're a bit pricier). Honestly look much less healthy than the nong shim ones haha.I really don't think anyone here is under the impression we're eating noodles as a healthy food to be honest? Noodles are junk food but anything is fine in moderation.


They don't need to be junk food really.

I always add veg etc.

Main thing I'm after is the flavour, and it's still quicker than making from scratch (and a flavour I can't replicate myself from scratch).

The tasty udon ones I got were a tempura flavour from the chinese supermarket.

Just check the ingredients.

By sauce sachet I just mean what comes in the pack - the nicer noodles will have a dry powder flavour sachet and a sauce sachet too often - the sauce sachet tends to be soy based.

I think it's these I got before from the chinese supermaket:
amazon.co.uk/Sam…SI/

Ingredients: Wheat Flour, Starch, Salt, Water. Soup: Soy Sauce Powder, Anchovy Extract, Sugar, Salt.


Vs nong shim shin ramyun:
Noodle - Wheat Flour (71%), Palm Oil, Potato Starch, Salt. Soup Powder - Salt, Spices (Red Pepper, Garlic, Black Pepper, Onion Powder), Flavour Enhancers: E621, E627, E631, Sugar, Soy Bean Paste Powder (Wheat Flour, Soy Bean, Salt). Vegetable Powder - Dried Green Onion, Dried Carrot, Dried Mushroom, Dried Red Pepper.

Palm oil deep fried noodles with flavour enhancers are junk food.

Fresh udon with soy and fish extract etc. isn't really.
Edited by: "Shinoke" 17th Apr
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