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    I was just wondering if any had tried this?

    I have a massive jar of Dolmio sauce (I tried to put it on bread but it was too watery -_-), which I haven't used.

    Then at some point yesterday, I think, it struck me. You could put it in Super Noodles.

    But I haven't tested it, so I thought I'd ask you! Has anyone tried this? Did it work? Does it taste nice?

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    don't do it!
    i haven't tried it personally but it doesn't sound good
    just use the flavoring from the super noodles
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    But the super noodle favourings are perfect, they can not possibility be improved upon :indiff:
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    I see. Then I guess I have no use for the Dolmio. :sigh:
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    Surely you could put it with regular pasta like it was intended for? >.>
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    no. i've never put tomatoes and ramen noodles together but i suppose they're made of wheat just like pasta so it could work. theoretically. don't over cook the noodles though.
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    (Original post by Exopaladin)
    Surely you could put it with regular pasta like it was intended for? >.>
    I don't own any pasta, but I guess I could buy some...
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    I don't own any pasta, but I guess I could buy some...
    I guess going to the shops is probably something you'll do in your lifetime, yeah.
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    (Original post by generalebriety)
    I guess going to the shops is probably something you'll do in your lifetime, yeah.
    I'm more of a noodles person though, y'know? I think I've had spaghetti once in my life, last summer, let alone any other types of pasta. :erm:
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    I tried it because the noodles came out to dry and instead of using more water, it seemed more sensible to add a whole jar of the Dolmio sauce.
    It was horrible.

    The other night it happened again, logic failed me, i used Dolmio sauce. I only stirred in some of it and it was amazing.
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    (Original post by + polarity -)
    I'm more of a noodles person though, y'know? I think I've had spaghetti once in my life, last summer, let alone any other types of pasta. :erm:
    so i'm guessing the dolmio sauce was either a misguided christmas present or a drunken whim.
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    (Original post by oodalallyoodalally)
    so i'm guessing the dolmio sauce was either a misguided christmas present or a drunken whim.
    Well, sometimes I grill toasted bread with pizza sauce and cheese and chicken (or cut up frankfurters) to make something like a pizza.

    For some reason I thought I'd try Dolmio sauce, but it was way too watery. You could call it a drunken whim, but I wasn't drunk, just silly. :sad:

    (Original post by Music-Ista)
    The other night it happened again, logic failed me, i used Dolmio sauce. I only stirred in some of it and it was amazing.
    So if I use water with a bit of Dolmio, it could work? :ahee:
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    (Original post by + polarity -)
    Well, sometimes I grill toasted bread with pizza sauce and cheese and chicken (or cut up frankfurters) to make something like a pizza.
    I make toast pizzas too. Btw, you could heat your dolmio to evaporate the water and make it thicker. Damn, I want a toast pizza now...
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    (Original post by oodalallyoodalally)
    I make toast pizzas too. Btw, you could heat your dolmio to evaporate the water and make it thicker. Damn, I want a toast pizza now...
    Yeah they're awesome! They're pretty much my main meal :awesome:

    I'll try heating it sometime.
 
 
 
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