I was feeling a little peckish the other day. I knew I shouldn’t be having carbs, but I felt noodles could slip through the net without detection. I wasn’t close to Long Street, so Noodlebosch was out of the question. And I didn’t hangover so I couldn’t deal with the dried out nonsense from Knorr, or whoever it is that makes those dried noodles that I drown in Tabasco sauce.
It’s moment like that, that you finally push yourself over the edge, with regards to products you’ve been looking at, out the corner of your eye. You’re like, “Hmmm, interesting. I won’t buy you right now, but I’ll keep an eye out on you.” Then you see the product again and again and again, until you decide, “Ok, you! You little MISCHIEF! Let’s see what you’re all about!“
And that’s what I did with the “Noodle Box” with peanut satay sauce I finally purchased at Woolworths.
Pleasantly surprised, is all I can say. The first part being the fact that the noodles are actually packaged moist, in a vacuum packed bag. Pretty much as fresh as fast-food like this could ever get.
So you take that out of the vacuum-packed bag (I couldn’t say “moist” again), and add the sauce (in another sealed packet of sorts) on top of it. Pop it in the micro and chill out for 2 minutes..
The Woolworths “Noodle Box”
with peanut satay sauce!
And I tell you what – I’m FINE with it! I only tried the “Noodle Box” with peanut satay sauce and so far I give it the go ahead. Honestly, I ate it WAY too fast. And that’s a good thing.
It’s basically gourmet munchie food.
Elvis would eat it.
It’s probably all he would have.
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