The noodle world has never seen a poll so thorough. I invited a horde of nine people to my house to blindly rate and comment on ten brands of noodle; chicken flavour if available. Results were enthralling. Pot Noodle fared an unimpressive seventh whilst Morrison’s soared to the top with an underwhelming 64%. Personally, I would choose a Curry Mile offering as the spiciness masks the inadequacies of monosodium glutamate-based flavourings. It’s worth noting the net weight before you buy – the price doesn’t always indicate maximum value for money.
|Poll position||Brand||Price||Net weight before cooking||Overall percentage||Comments|
|1||Morrison’s own BBQ beef flavour||29p||85g||64||Bland but reasonably inoffensive.|
|2||Vitasia from Lidl||18p||108g||60||A nice taste but a bit slimy and sticky.|
|3||Sainsbury’s own||28p||85g||57||Carrot a bit stiff. Flavour not detestable; hints of popcorn.|
|4||Super Noodles||68p||100g||52||Homogenous gloop.|
|5||Sanwa Cup Noodle from Worldwide||69p||70g||47||Alright.|
|6||Knorr Micro Noodles||79p||100g||39||Unidentifiable flavour.|
|7||Pot Noodle||£1||90g||35||Another assault on the senses. Very salty.|
|8||Tesco’s own curry flavour||11p||65g||25||Poor imitation of curry.|
|9||Indo Mie from Worldwide||35p||70g||21||Strong taste of plastic, burning sensation.|
|10||Pot Shots||76p||46g||11||Contains alkaline cleaner. Minging.|
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