Here’s another one that was sent to me by Joe B. of Nottingham, UK – thanks! Super Noodles – are they ‘super?’ Let’s see.
Here’s the back of the package (click image to enlarge). Looks to be meat-free, but check for yourself. For this one, you boil the water and add powder and noodles and cook for four minutes or until the water has been soaked up by the noodles.
The noodle block.
The powdered base sachet.
Very fine powder.
Last weekend, my wife, son, mother and sister all went to a farm in Skagit Valley (Schuh Farms) that has an annual pumpkin patch/festivities. They sell a variety of pumpkins as well as locally grown vegetables. Last year, I noticed these fascinating vegetables; they are sitting there with a sign that simply says ‘big ugly carrots.’ Click to enlarge.
I’ve been using carrot when I do my post review prepping lately and thought one of these would be really neat. Click image to enlarge.
As you can see, the finished product and enormous slices of carrot! Peas and carrots are synonymous with British cuisine and I thought these would add a neat look to some noodle dishes. Click image to enlarge.
Finished (click image to enlarge). I would like to thank my mom for letting me borrow one of her Denby stoneware plates from England. Added chicken baked with Cavender’s All-Purpose Greek Seasoning and some sauteed vegetables – sweet onion, peas, mushrooms and thin-sliced big ugly carrot. The noodles are your baseline instants; nothing too special. The flavor is very light, which is common in British instants. 3.25 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 5000354167768.
A Batchelors Super Noodles ad in a Halloween way.