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MK9R

posted on 15/10/09 at 12:36 PM Reply With Quote
super noodle sandwich

What a great lunch time!!!





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gingerprince

posted on 15/10/09 at 12:37 PM Reply With Quote
I prefer bombay bad boy pot noodle sandwich. Need plenty of marj on the bread though to seal it
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blakep82

posted on 15/10/09 at 12:40 PM Reply With Quote
eww, not marge. always butter!

mmm super noodle sandwiches i'm just making a fish finger sandwich. with loads of butter





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Irony

posted on 15/10/09 at 12:41 PM Reply With Quote
Super noodle sandwich is a surprisingly good snack.

Bombay Bad Boy!!!!! You'll suffer later!

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MK9R

posted on 15/10/09 at 12:45 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by blakep82
eww, not marge. always butter!

mmm super noodle sandwiches i'm just making a fish finger sandwich. with loads of butter


don't forget the red sauce!!! Someone at work made one yesterday and cooked the fingers in the microwave. I never new you could that, i suspect the breadcrumbs must be a bit soggy, but when coating with mayo or red sauce on a sandwich its of little importance. Its opened up a entire new avenue of work snack for me!!!





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MK9R

posted on 15/10/09 at 12:46 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Irony
Super noodle sandwich is a surprisingly good snack.

Bombay Bad Boy!!!!! You'll suffer later!


I'm not a massive fan of the pot noodle, purely because i think super noodles are much better





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blakep82

posted on 15/10/09 at 12:51 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by MK9R
quote:
Originally posted by blakep82
eww, not marge. always butter!

mmm super noodle sandwiches i'm just making a fish finger sandwich. with loads of butter


don't forget the red sauce!!! Someone at work made one yesterday and cooked the fingers in the microwave. I never new you could that, i suspect the breadcrumbs must be a bit soggy, but when coating with mayo or red sauce on a sandwich its of little importance. Its opened up a entire new avenue of work snack for me!!!


ketchup, salt and vinegar mmm





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Benzine

posted on 15/10/09 at 01:03 PM Reply With Quote
Normal noodles + powdered chicken stock = same as super noodles but a fraction of the cost.






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MK9R

posted on 15/10/09 at 01:09 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Benzine
Normal noodles + powdered chicken stock = same as super noodles but a fraction of the cost.


can you really make them cheaper than 3 for a quid???? Cous cous rice with soaked in vegi stock is tasty





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cd.thomson

posted on 15/10/09 at 01:11 PM Reply With Quote
i cannot comprehend the sloppy mess that a super noodle sandwich would produce





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MK9R

posted on 15/10/09 at 01:13 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
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i cannot comprehend the sloppy mess that a super noodle sandwich would produce


are you refering to while eating or a few hours after ??? LOL





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Benzine

posted on 15/10/09 at 01:20 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by MK9R
quote:
Originally posted by Benzine
Normal noodles + powdered chicken stock = same as super noodles but a fraction of the cost.


can you really make them cheaper than 3 for a quid????


Yeah, if you use tesco or morrisons instant noodles (10p per pack, can't remember if it's tesco or morrisons which charge 10p) and throw away the flavouring that comes with it (it's yuck) then that's 30p for the noodles, the tubs of stock last for ages and ages. If you buy big packs of noodles it works out cheaper still


[Edited on 15/10/09 by Benzine]






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MK9R

posted on 15/10/09 at 02:05 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Benzine
quote:
Originally posted by MK9R
quote:
Originally posted by Benzine
Normal noodles + powdered chicken stock = same as super noodles but a fraction of the cost.


can you really make them cheaper than 3 for a quid????


Yeah, if you use tesco or morrisons instant noodles (10p per pack, can't remember if it's tesco or morrisons which charge 10p) and throw away the flavouring that comes with it (it's yuck) then that's 30p for the noodles, the tubs of stock last for ages and ages. If you buy big packs of noodles it works out cheaper still


[Edited on 15/10/09 by Benzine]


I await the launch of www.locostnoodlers.co.uk!!! pmsl!!





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afj

posted on 15/10/09 at 03:13 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by MK9R
quote:
Originally posted by Benzine
quote:
Originally posted by MK9R
quote:
Originally posted by Benzine
Normal noodles + powdered chicken stock = same as super noodles but a fraction of the cost.


can you really make them cheaper than 3 for a quid????


Yeah, if you use tesco or morrisons instant noodles (10p per pack, can't remember if it's tesco or morrisons which charge 10p) and throw away the flavouring that comes with it (it's yuck) then that's 30p for the noodles, the tubs of stock last for ages and ages. If you buy big packs of noodles it works out cheaper still


[Edited on 15/10/09 by Benzine]


I await the launch of www.locostnoodlers.co.uk!!! pmsl!!


AND THE BOOK how to build a supernoodle for £250 and race it





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Ben_Copeland

posted on 15/10/09 at 05:15 PM Reply With Quote
Noodle Sandwich and Fish Finger Sandwich are some of my favourite meals.

I always toast the bread slightly so the noodles don't eat through the bread





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iank

posted on 15/10/09 at 05:23 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by afj
quote:
Originally posted by MK9R
quote:
Originally posted by Benzine
quote:
Originally posted by MK9R
quote:
Originally posted by Benzine
Normal noodles + powdered chicken stock = same as super noodles but a fraction of the cost.


can you really make them cheaper than 3 for a quid????


Yeah, if you use tesco or morrisons instant noodles (10p per pack, can't remember if it's tesco or morrisons which charge 10p) and throw away the flavouring that comes with it (it's yuck) then that's 30p for the noodles, the tubs of stock last for ages and ages. If you buy big packs of noodles it works out cheaper still


[Edited on 15/10/09 by Benzine]


I await the launch of www.locostnoodlers.co.uk!!! pmsl!!


AND THE BOOK how to build a supernoodle for £250 and race it


Surely Build a Supernoodle sandwich for 25p and eat it!





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gazza285

posted on 15/10/09 at 06:40 PM Reply With Quote
Crisp and chilli sauce sandwich, saves cooking time.





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clbarclay

posted on 15/10/09 at 07:48 PM Reply With Quote
Supernoodle sandwich

Some of us have only just mastered the lettuce leaf, let alone the supernoodle.
Please can we have some photos of the build so we can see what we're up against.
Is there a thread in the tools section about special equipment needed?
And what sort of performance can be expected? Will it depend on butter or marge? Does Homer know that some people here want to put her in a sandwich?
Is there an equation to calculate sandwich expectations before committing to the purchase etc. of raw materials?






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