Pot Noodle Sweet and Sour is a variation of the classic instant hot noodle snack. Just peel back the foil lid, add a splash of hot water and away you go.
Pot Noodles contain a dehydrated mixture of soya, noodles, dried vegetables and flavoured powder. Pot Noodle Sweet and Sour is one of many flavours available to buy; however, this particular flavour is a popular choice for many.
Most popular with customers in United States of America (USA), France, Italy, Germany, Greece, Switzerland, Denmark, Bulgaria (Republic) and Netherlands, but you can buy Pot Noodle Sweet and Sour for delivery worldwide.
One of our Pot Noodle branded products, and is suitable for vegetarians.
May Contain Celery, May Contain Eggs, May Contain Milk, May Contain Mustard.
Noodles: Noodles (52%) [WHEAT flour, palm fat, salt, firming agents (potassium carbonate, sodium carbonate)]. Sauce and vegetables: Water, vegetables (12%) [red pepper, carrot (4%), peas, tomato powder, onion powder], sugar, potato starch, maltodextrin, apple powder, acids (citric acid, tartaric acid), flavour enhancers (monosodium glutamate, disodium inosinate, disodium guanylate), salt, acidity regulator (sodium diacetate), flavourings, palm fat, spices, soy sauce (SOYBEANS, WHEAT), garlic, stabiliser (calcium phosphates). Sachet: Sweet & sour sauce (1.3%) [Water, sugar, BARLEY malt vinegar, tomato puree, modified corn starch, salt, onions, acid (citric acid), soy sauce (water, salt, sugar, BARLEY malt vinegar, BARLEY malt extract, SOYBEANS, WHEAT flour), lemon juice concentrate, ginger extract. May contain milk, egg, celery and mustard.
- Store in a cool, dry place (hint: try the cupboard)
- Pack Type: Tub.
I love Pot Noodles and miss them a lot since moving abroad. This used to be my favourite flavour when I was a child, but I feel like the flavour has changed somewhat since then or maybe it's just my tastebuds. This specific flavour isn't as strong or tasty as the other ones that are available, I agree with another reviewer that it just tastes like ketchup and is nothing special at all. If you want a good Asian inspired flavour, go for Chow Mein or Sticky Ribs.
I didn't like this flavour of Pot Noodles at all, it just tasted like over sweet ketchup. I suppose being used to Chicken and Mushroom, which is my favourite, this is not a good alternative. It has bits of veg in it, mainly carrots I'd say, but no 'definite' taste. It lacks something... maybe if it was Sweet and Sour Chicken it would be much better.
I used to love these as a teenager however I did use to eat and enjoy a lot of processed food in those days. The object of a Pot Noodle is to have something tasty and ready to eat in just 2 minutes. I don't know if it's me, but I have to leave the noodles at least 5 minutes after adding the hot water so that they can become soft enough to eat and another 5 minutes so that I don't risk third degree burns on my tongue. Somehow, eating a Pot Noodle is always a slightly disappointing experience.I think I keep on eating them just out of nostalgia.
When my local British food shop ran out of Beef and tomato pot noodles, I decided to try the sweet and sour version. It tastes very similar to the sweet and sour sauce you would get in a chinese takaway, so I was very pleased with the execution. There are also a lot of vegetable pieces, like carrots, peas and spring onion.
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