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Nudle. Who likes Noodles in Poland? :)


cjjc 29 | 408  
16 Jan 2009 /  #1
I know it's kind of like the English version of supernoodles and probably seen as somewhat of a poor mans food but I came to know and love Nudle in Poland! So much so that I had my girl send me some over along with the usual Polish goodies! (Milka etc!)

So who likes Nudle? and if so what is your favourite?

This is mine....

Nudle! :D
:)
time means 5 | 1,310  
16 Jan 2009 /  #2
never tried it, what flavour is that?
OP cjjc 29 | 408  
16 Jan 2009 /  #3
You Slaaaag!

hahahaha pmsl!

never tried it, what flavour is that?

Cheese with Herbs. Delicious but it's not supernoodles it's actually a soup.
Shawn_H  
16 Jan 2009 /  #4
what flavour is that?

It's a little bitter ;-)
time means 5 | 1,310  
16 Jan 2009 /  #5
Cheese with Herbs. Delicious but it's not supernoodles it's actually a soup.

so your girl sends them over?
OP cjjc 29 | 408  
16 Jan 2009 /  #6
Yeah, I sent her my old wireless router and she sent me Nudle, Milka, Barszcz and Corny BIG.

Great deal I just love Barszcz.

:)

Ona jest gwiazda.

kCa

:)
sausage 19 | 777  
16 Jan 2009 /  #7
Great deal I just love Barszcz.

Depending on where you live you can get nice Barszcz Czerwony by Winiary in your local Asda. No need to send your woman out shopping for it!
OP cjjc 29 | 408  
16 Jan 2009 /  #8
I'll try that out. Though my local Asda is some distance away! :)
time means 5 | 1,310  
16 Jan 2009 /  #9
there is a fair selection in morrisons as well, don`t know if there are any near you?
sausage 19 | 777  
16 Jan 2009 /  #10
I'll try that out. Though my local Asda is some distance away! :)

Stock up on it. It's about 34p a packet for 2 servings. Full of additives and shite. Damned tasty with some buttered toast or ravioli.
OP cjjc 29 | 408  
16 Jan 2009 /  #11
there is a fair selection in morrisons as well, don`t know if there are any near you?

Morrisons is in the same town as Asda: Kendal.

Stock up on it. It's about 34p a packet for 2 servings. Full of additives and shite. Damned tasty with some buttered toast or ravioli.

I still have a fair few packs left :) it's just not the same as the Polish home made stuff though!
sausage 19 | 777  
16 Jan 2009 /  #12
I still have a fair few packs left :) it's just not the same as the Polish home made stuff though!

It's on a par I think, not exactly a healthy option. I will never make barszcz czerwony again, it was the cause of a "domestic"!!
time means 5 | 1,310  
16 Jan 2009 /  #13
Kendal.

been there a few times, nice place.

i discovered a large eastern european shop (thats what the sign says) in the centre of rotherham the other day. i don`t tend to shop in rotherham centre so it was a bit of a surprise. if anybody knows rotherham it`s across from the hare and hounds pub.
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
16 Jan 2009 /  #14
Cheese with herbs is my favourite too. My fiancee never lets me eat all of the sauce as she claims that it gives you the runs. Not sure how valid that is or if she is talking through experience, hehehe.

I've tried most of the others too, the ones made by Knorr that is. They are better than the Amino or other ones that I've tried. Vu-Fon are not bad.

Still, I've been fortunate enough to try la creme de la creme. Nissin in Japan are better. They had a cheese and curry flavour which was sensational. The spicy ones in Japan are devilishly good too. They even trump Pot Noodle and I was a big fan of those in Britain.
OP cjjc 29 | 408  
16 Jan 2009 /  #15
it was the cause of a "domestic"!!

hehe are you going to elaborate? or do you not want to go there again?

been there a few times, nice place.

Yeah I like it there is a small Polish section, There used to be one in the Spar in Ambleside but they got rid of it. Damn.

she claims that it gives you the runs

I haven't had them from drinking the sauce :P

I've tried most of the others too

2nd Fav?

They even trump Pot Noodle and I was a big fan of those in Britain.

I know, I've been told they are tasteless by Poles.
sausage 19 | 777  
16 Jan 2009 /  #16
hehe are you going to elaborate?

yeah, it will probably be "randomised"...

I didn't batter her or anything! I had to carry these stinky beetroots all round Tunbridge Wells. Then when we got home, she didn't even help me make the barszcz despite the fact that it's supposedly the only thing she can cook. Anyway I called her a "zepsute dziecko" or something similar, thinking it meant "spoilt child" and she took offence! Only a minor rift!
OP cjjc 29 | 408  
16 Jan 2009 /  #17
I didn't batter her or anything!

hahahahahahahahahahaha! class!

Only a minor rift!

A funny one at least for me. :)
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
16 Jan 2009 /  #18
I know there is goulasz and spicy tomato but what are the others again? I only really buy the cheese and herbs one.
Joasia4 - | 2  
16 Jan 2009 /  #19
Love it ! One of my favorite dishes from the childhood – noodles with chunks of farmers cheese, cinnamon and sugar – yum :>
OP cjjc 29 | 408  
16 Jan 2009 /  #20
I know there is goulasz and spicy tomato but what are the others again? I only really buy the cheese and herbs one.

There is:

cheese with herbs
curry
spicy chicken
spicy tomato
mushroom
tomato
chilli
pork
and a few more I can't remember.

I do like the spicy ones.

:)
Lir  
16 Jan 2009 /  #21
There is:

I've never had the processed stuff but most of the Polish food shops in the UK stock them. You may find Tesco might do so if they have some Polish food Aisles. Just depends if you live in an area with Polish people.

:)
Cardno85 31 | 976  
16 Jan 2009 /  #22
I personally prefer the Vi-Fon bad boys. I find the Knorr Nudles to be pretty bland to be honest. I did find an awesome one in a 24 hour shop one night that had like a wee tin with what looked to be dog food in it. But it was like a meat and veg thing to add to your noodles as well as the oil and soup base as normal. Was phenomenal.

And Seanus I can totally sympathise. Being brought up in South East Asia, their instant noodles are the daddy!
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
16 Jan 2009 /  #23
Ramen is amazing. Amongst the best things I've tasted. The standard noodles with curry are really good. They go down a treat.

The Japanese noodles, soba and udon, are both highly edible. Soba are buckwheat noodles and udon are the softer ones. I lived in a place called Izumo first and they had the best soba in Japan.

The Asians are streets ahead when it comes to noodles. Ah yes, there's a type above. It should be Vi-Fon and not Vu-fon. My mistake.
Cardno85 31 | 976  
16 Jan 2009 /  #24
I can't remember the name of the stuff. It was an Indonesian company that did instant noodles in a bowl with holes in it to drain the water then you mixed in the powder, chilli and oil and you got a nice mi goereng...fookin ideal!
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
16 Jan 2009 /  #25
I love Sharwoods egg noodles. I used to eat them as a kid, primarily as a base for curry.
dorosinr  
18 Jan 2009 /  #26
I bet if you find the Knoor website, you could order whatever package you want over the internet.
welshguyinpola 23 | 463  
18 Jan 2009 /  #27
Yeah, I sent her my old wireless router and she sent me Nudle, Milka, Barszcz and Corny BIG.

Cant you buy Milka in the Uk as it is not Polish. Im sure when I lived in Britain it was available everywhere
OP cjjc 29 | 408  
18 Jan 2009 /  #28
I bet if you find the Knoor website, you could order whatever package you want over the internet.

Nope. :/

Cant you buy Milka in the Uk as it is not Polish. Im sure when I lived in Britain it was available everywhere

I have seen it but not as much as say Galaxy or Cadbury.

I like Happy Cow :) mixed white and milk chocolate.
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
12 Feb 2009 /  #29
Here's to noodles! Having an imagination and a memory is often a cruel reality. I can remember all those great noodles and they are out of my reach. AAAAAGH ;)
OP cjjc 29 | 408  
12 Feb 2009 /  #30
great noodles

At least I will soon eat my favourite nudle soon :)

I wish I could help you Seanus! Perhaps you should go back to Japan for a holiday!

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