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    I just can't understand why this is happening!

    Everytime I make a pot noodle it doesn't work! The noodles are still hard. I even use the correct amount of boiling water.

    please help.
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    That IS serious! Hope you've haven't lost too much sleep over this...

    I'm thinking maybe if you leave it for a little longer after you've added the water it'll be fine. If that doesn't work... Pasta?
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    Yeah, as above. You need to fill the water up to the appropriate level and leave for a minute or so. And then stir properly! Follow the GUIDELINES bro, it would be a shame for you to miss out on a pot noodle (unless it's the orange chicken curry one).
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    You have to put the lid back on and keep stirring every minue or so for about 5 mins
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    *Goes to hunt for Pot Noodle in cupboards*
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    (Original post by m:)ckel)
    Yeah, as above. You need to fill the water up to the appropriate level and leave for a minute or so. And then stir properly! Follow the GUIDELINES bro, it would be a shame for you to miss out on a pot noodle (unless it's the orange chicken curry one).
    How very dare you! :boxing:

    They are the best ones. :jiggy:
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    (Original post by CB91)
    How very dare you! :boxing:

    They are the best ones. :jiggy:
    You need to try a Bombay Bad Boy.
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    (Original post by m:)ckel)
    You need to try a Bombay Bad Boy.
    Will do. But nothing beats the Curry ones. :excited:
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    (Original post by Pheonixx)
    I just can't understand why this is happening!

    Everytime I make a pot noodle it doesn't work! The noodles are still hard. I even use the correct amount of boiling water.

    please help.
    Leave it to sit for 5 minutes, it will stay warm. failing that. don't eat pot noodle.
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    Thanks guys, it was indeed an original curry one, although I have a Bombay Bad Boy somewhere


    I left it for ages and eventually most of it was ok; just the peas were crunchy, maybe my kettle forgot how to boil water or something?
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    Read the instructions. :facepalm2:

    Leave it for 2 minutes, stir, leave for another 2 minutes.

    As for "maybe my kettle forgot how to boiil water"...are you unable to tell boiled water from cold water?
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    (Original post by ozzyoscy)
    Read the instructions. :facepalm2:

    Leave it for 2 minutes, stir, leave for another 2 minutes.

    As for "maybe my kettle forgot how to boiil water"...are you unable to tell boiled water from cold water?
    I followed the instructions, the noodles were still hard. :rolleyes:
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    Liar.
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    100% truth honest!
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    me and my friend were complaining about this the other day on the chicken and mushroom one!!
 
 
 
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