When you’re hungry but haven’t got much time on your hands, reach in the cupboard for a Pot Noodle Chow Mein.
Add hot water, give it a stir, and in minutes you’ll have a filling pot of noodles to savour. This delicious Chow Mein variety is a flavour you’ll go back to again and again!
Most popular with customers in United States of America (USA), Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Greece, Netherlands, Spain and Sweden, but you can buy Pot Noodle Chow Mein for delivery worldwide.
One of our Pot Noodle branded products.
May Contain Celery, May Contain Eggs, May Contain Milk, May Contain Mustard.
Noodles: Noodles (50%) [WHEAT flour, palm fat, salt, firming agents (potassium carbonate, sodium carbonate)]. Sauce and vegetables: Water, vegetables (5.8%) [carrots (3.5%), peas, onion powder, tomato powder, garlic powder], maltodextrin, WHEAT flour, flavour enhancers (monosodium glutamate, disodium inosinate, disodium guanylate), spices, flavourings, sugar, soy sauce (SOYBEANS, WHEAT), potassium chloride, palm fat, chives, acid (citric acid), smoke flavouring. Sachet: Soy sauce (1.3%) [water, soy sauce (SOYBEANS, WHEAT), salt, molasses, sugar, acid (acetic acid)]. May contain milk, egg, celery and mustard.
- Store in a cool, dry place (hint: try the cupboard)
- Pack Type: Tub.
Possibly my favourite Pot Noodle flavour. It doesn't taste exactly like an actual chow mein curry, but then again I wasn't expecting it to since it's a Pot Noodle! I would definitely recommend this flavour over the Sweet and Sour flavour Pot Noodle if you're looking for an Asian inspired flavour.
I had not tried the Chow Mein flavor of Pot Noodle, and am so glad I did! I think it's the best flavor out of all. It tastes like what it says, where some of the other flavors don't. A great option for a quick lunch if you don't get a chance to pack anything! Or a late night sneaky snack!
I buy these regularly as they're the only way I have of eating hot food at work, as we have a kettle but no microwave. Pot Noodles are a well-known brand but I'm not as keen on these as on some of the other brands which have developed recently. The sauce doesn't taste of that much it's okay, but nothing wonderful and the little sachet of extra sauce is tasty when placed directly on the noodles and eaten, doesn't make any difference once mixed in. The noodles themselves are filling, but quite long, making them hard to eat cleanly: the preparation tends to splatter, not so great in a work environment. This said, out of all the Pot Noodle varieties out there, this one actually tastes of Chow Mein, which is more than can be said for some of the others.
I do like pot noodles as they are a nice lunch and they are generally better then the Ramen pots you generally get from most overseas supermarkets.
Chow Mein pot noodle is better then these generic flavours but is not quite a chow mein you would get from a Chinese restaurant, however it is still nice and makes a filling lunch.
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