Nissin Demae Ramen Noodles 100G 3 for £1 at Tesco
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Nissin Demae Ramen Noodles 100G 3 for £1 at Tesco

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Found 4th Feb 2016
Noodle soup Japanese style, any 3 for £1 or 45p each
Nissin Demae Ramen Chicken Noodles 100G
Nissin Demae Ramen Beef Noodles 100G
Nissin Demae Ramen Sesame Noodles 100G
Nissin Demae Ramen Tonkotsu Noodles 100G
Nissin Demae Ramen Spicy Noodles 100G

Also spotted at Asda and Sainsburys at the same offer (varies in each area if they stock them how ever)
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tesco.com/gro…236 2 for £1 (75p) Noodle King Abalone And Chicken Soup Noodles 70G
Voted hot. Good price for top brand noodles. Awful merchant though.
qwerta369

Voted hot. Good price for top brand noodles. Awful merchant though.


Selected Asda have the same deal, sadly not at any of the stores near me.
Put some meat and vegetables in and voila! Japanese noodles in your home. :).

Try crack an egg into the noodles, give it a bit stirring and let it cook for about 30 second before serving. It does taste good too.
Edited by: "KatsudonVince" 5th Feb 2016
Same 3 for £1 promotion in my Asda and Sainsbury store Although they are missing the LKK promotions
Edited by: "wolfraider" 5th Feb 2016
qwerta369

Voted hot. Good price for top brand noodles. Awful merchant though.



So this is a site where people post HotUKSellers, is it?
I will have to try the egg tip, I normally just put some meat in the pan when it cooks
Just bought a load last week; children now prefer the chicken and the spicy.
The ALDI chicken ones taste identical and cost 25p
Hot, loving these things! As said before, putting some veggies and meat in make them even better!
Nissin Demae reminds me of a long winded joke about a bloke in South Africa who kept getting car spare parts delivered to his home, turns out he was Nelson Mandela and not a Nissan Main Dealer.

actually that's cheaper than some supermarkets in Chinatown. Though I think these Tesco ones are produced in the EU. The Chinatown ones are most likely HK imports which has better ramen texture.

Edited by: "superivanho" 5th Feb 2016
These are great, ditto the egg comment
you know its going to be a good day when you just spend £25 on noodles
The best is with PRAWNS - just don't think about them being imported from polluted Southeast Asian countries...
Babbler

The ALDI chicken ones taste identical and cost 25p



Sorry to killjoy. I bought the shake n salt crisps and there were no salt packets in 4 of them and they tasted FOUL!
sammypants

you know its going to be a good day when you just spend £25 on noodles



Kill you quickly though. I remember reading an article about what makes the noodle - some hydrocarbon product .. Any way, we have to enjoy ourselves sometimes...
aym280

Kill you quickly though. I remember reading an article about what makes … Kill you quickly though. I remember reading an article about what makes the noodle - some hydrocarbon product .. Any way, we have to enjoy ourselves sometimes...



exactly, these are our daily quick food in Hong Kong thats where they are originally from, every mum will tell you not to have them cos they are super unhealthy.
definitely my favorite brand, the pork and spicy ones are lovely (especially if you chop some ham and spring onion into pork one)

bloody awful for you but do the job for a quick filling warm meal - i have one of those systema clip lid bowls, just pour boiling water over the contents, close lid and leave for 5min
Edited by: "format" 5th Feb 2016
format

definitely my favorite brand, the pork and spicy ones are lovely … definitely my favorite brand, the pork and spicy ones are lovely (especially if you chop some ham and spring onion into pork one)bloody awful for you but do the job for a quick filling warm meal - i have one of those systema clip lid bowls, just pour boiling water over the contents, close lid and leave for 5min


Ewwww, if they're anything like the 1s you get from the chinese supermarkets, they taste 100x better cooked in a pot. Give it a go plus it only takes about 3mins this way.
Has it ever been proven that these are really that bad for you? I know it's been proven that they take much longer to digest than fresh noodles and that they have a shelf life of about 500 years which suggests they might not be the healthiest thing to eat but has it ever been established that they are especially worse than the average stuff a human eats day to day?
Are Ramen tastier that Koka?
disneyprincessxo

Are Ramen tastier that Koka?


Nissin are the better ramen noodles in my opinion. How ever i do buy Koka noodles from Home Bargains as well.
Edited by: "jennypenny" 6th Feb 2016
Koka is halal as they are made in Singapore. Nissin is not.
Or try Nong shin "shin"spicy noodle! That taste even better than all!
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