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    Cheap quick meals

    here's a quick noodle meal I like for lunch , its Indome noodles & poached egg , both take about 3mins .
    Use 2 pots , one for noddles & one poacher .
    Use small pot for noodles , & only put in about 40mm of water , ie no need to drown them , get it boiling , then drop noodle in for 3mins or less .
    Drain and mix with flavour packets , drop egg on and season with salt & pepper ,
    If you have NOT tryed it , you need to , its very tasty combo .
    Cost less than $1 NZD .

    For dry noodles , I only buy Indome at $3 for 5 , and for noodle soup , get the Wingsfood , mi sedaap ,its only $2 and makes a awesome noodle & egg soup , I donot usually buy any other brand of packet noodle , as a lot are crap , not these ones throu .

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    Home snack or bush? theres not much energy in noodles to be fair.

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    I agree , BUT as Im a FAT Bast$#d , NOt a problem , thats also WHY the EGG
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    They are tasty them noodles You can also crack the egg into them before adding the water I have seen someone do it out in the back blocks I just ate my back country cuisine and smiled.

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    I use the other brand , wingsfood for noodle soup its very good , same as before , about 40mm of boiling water , and then crack the egg on top of the noodles , this stops the egg dropping all the way to the bottom and a bit burning .
    This is how my missus cooks its , she stopped me yrs ago from cooking noodles , as I was doing IT all wrong , Opps , as she's Asian , I will let her have that one .

    Opps , put the favour packs into it , and donot drain IT , as its meant to be soup .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gibo View Post
    I just ate my mates back country cuisine and gagged.
    Yeah same here. Then me and him both enjoyed my kaweka meals and threw the left over beef teraiki into the creek for the eels.
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    ME , I can ONLY afford them cheap noodles , a expensive dinner out for me is McDs , a dinning out ( that I can afford ) for me is fishnchips or $5 Pizza .
    I live in a different world .

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    People put tuna in them, as well as crack an egg in it after you drain the water and kind of kiwi egg foo yong it on the stove on low heat in the saucepan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toby View Post
    Yeah same here. Then me and him both enjoyed my kaweka meals and threw the left over beef teraiki into the creek for the eels.
    Are they good?

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    The kaweka meals? Never had a bad one yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toby View Post
    The kaweka meals? Never had a bad one yet.
    I would try them if you had demonstrated some 'taste' in the past. I'm reluctant to take advise from a Steiny drinker
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    Ah-fucking-men to that
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    Can't beat a can of watties hearty irish stew
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gibo View Post
    I would try them if you had demonstrated some 'taste' in the past. I'm reluctant to take advise from a Steiny drinker
    They're OK Gibo. heavier than the Back Country but you don't need to rehydrate (only heat). Of course a Hero gutted bugger like me needs to but the two meal sized pack and add it to a sachet of Uncle Bens rice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gibo View Post
    I would try them if you had demonstrated some 'taste' in the past. I'm reluctant to take advise from a Steiny drinker
    you leave the Steinys out of it @Gibo

    those meals are awesome took a couple last time i went bush
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