Hey! Some more noodles I got from Cindy C. of Middlesex, UK! Thanks again! So this one’s Chinese Chow Mein. It’s also promising the possibility of currency inside the packet!
Another tip! I really dig this a lot.
Click image to enlarge. Notice on these directions they don’t refer to it as a stovetgop but as ‘on the hob.’ Can someone post a comment if they know about this term?
A mound of powder. I must admit it sure has a funky odor; although it’s somewhat familiar…
Click image to enlarge. The finished product. I figured out what this flavor is – I even have a story. When I was much younger, I would go out and party up a bit and return home late. I’d quietly climb the stairs to the kitchen so I wouldn’t wake anyone up and sequester myself in there, attempting to find a midnight snack. More than once I would take a can of Campbell’s soup – often Vegetable, and a pack of Top Ramen and make it together, then bring it back downstairs and ingest it. Well, that’s what this stuff reminds me of. Unfortunately, it wasn’t all that great then and it isn’t all that great now, except it reminded me of old times, which in itself was nice, but can’t be part of the score really. So this one is going to rate at 2.75 out of 5.0 stars.
A couple of commercials…
Sorry to say it but the packaging does not look inviting… it looks like a winning lottery ticket.
Chow mein produced in England? sounds like a joke to me! Tasty noodles come from Asia as everyone knows.
Even over here in Holland every dutch noodle manufacturer fails to deliver the good taste and quality…
There are no good noodles from Europe…. Again Asian noodles are the best.
To be honest I thought the packaging was awesome – never have I thought there was a possibility of getting money in noodle packs! I will have to say that the Indonesians make my favorite noodles though.
– The Ramen Rater
idiot, chow mein was produced in England there is no such thing in china, the food you get from the take-aways have been westernised, there not typical Chinese dishes.
England? Sorry ya wanker it’s from the United Staes.
It’s funny though seeing something go from Americanized-Asian back to Asian… Weird…
We in UK call the stove a hob. As in cooker hob, or hob for short. Also, we call potato chips (as in Pringles) crisp. And we say biscuits while you guys say cookies….colour vs colour? duh!
Yeah I knew about crisps and biscuits but yeah I’d never heard about the hob before! Cool!
– The Ramen Rater