Super Noodles

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Cooked Super Noodles

Super Noodles is the brand name of a dehydrated instant noodle snack, made by Batchelors in the United Kingdom[1] (previously made by Kellogg's) and sold under the McDonnells brand in Ireland. They are prepared by being placed in a saucepan of boiling water, adding the sachet of flavouring, and stirring. Super Noodles can also be cooked and prepared using a microwave oven.

The brand is currently owned by Premier Foods in the United Kingdom, and Boyne Valley Group in Ireland. In February 2017, Premier released Super Noodles pots. The line up has "exceeded expectation", selling over 13 million units giving Premier its "strongest growth in five year".[2]

In October 2018, new restaurant Frankie's Toasties, opened on Portland Street in Manchester and began serving "32 fillings including Mars Bars and Super Noodles". The "Salford Super Noodle Butty" includes Super Noodles with instant chicken flavour noodles.[3]

Flavour(s)[edit]

  • Chicken
  • Curry
  • Barbecue Beef
  • Bacon
  • Chow Mein
  • Chilli Chicken
  • Thai Sweet Chilli
  • Peri Peri Chicken
  • Thai Green Curry
  • BBQ Sweet Chicken
  • Pulled Pork
  • Chicken & Mushroom
  • Steak Fajita
  • Southern Fried Chicken
  • Mild Mexican Chilli
  • Sizzling King Prawn
  • Vindaloo
  • Steak & Ale Pie
  • Ginger
  • Cheeseburger
  • Chipotle Chiken
  • Peking Duck

Super Noodles To Go[edit]

Super Noodles To Go is a cup noodle sister product, competing with Pot Noodle. Rather than preparing the noodles in a saucepan of boiling water, the consumer pours boiling water into the cup of noodles and stirs. Flavours include Roast Chicken, however, the flavour differs from the standard Super Noodle range.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "(Unaccessible title)". Volume 46. CA, Communication Arts Magazine. 2004. p. 68. Retrieved 11 September 2016.
  2. ^ Selwood, Daniel (2018-07-31). "Premier Foods unveils Sharwood's noodle pot lineup". TheGrocer.co.uk. Retrieved 9 December 2018.
  3. ^ Heward, Emily (2018-10-15). "A restaurant selling 32 types of TOASTIE is opening in Manchester". men. Retrieved 9 December 2018.

Research acquired by Thomas Gradidge.

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