HELP: My Pot Noodle is not cooking!!!

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I poured water out of the tap in to the pot noodle and followed the instructions on the back and the Pot Noodle is really cold and not tasty.

Why is my Pot Noodle so cold and not heated up

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It's cold because you put cold water in it instead of hot water.

I poured water out of the tap in to the pot noodle
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It's cold because you put cold water in it instead of hot water.
I'm sure I used the Hot Tap though.
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I'm sure I used the Hot Tap though.
You need to use boiling water from a kettle.
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I'm sure I used the Hot Tap though.
Boiling water from the kettle...

You've made my day.
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Can you spot your problem from the instructions below?

COOKING INSTRUCTIONSNo complication here… just do the following and you’ll be tucking into Pot Noodle tastiness in a matter of minutes:
Rip off the lid and whip the sachet out (you’ll need that later)
Add boiling water to the fill line.
Leave it alone for 2 minutes. Entertain yourself.
STIR.
Leave it for another 2 minutes.
STIR AGAIN.
Remember that sachet? Add the contents now.
Grab your fork and get eating.

We recommend you eat it whilst it’s nice and hot – it’s better that way in our opinion. 


Don’t reheat or microwave.
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You need to use boiling water from a kettle.
Really??? I'm 100% you can use tap water and that is boiling enough to cook the pot noodle.
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I poured water out of the tap in to the pot noodle and followed the instructions on the back and the Pot Noodle is really cold and not tasty.

Why is my Pot Noodle so cold and not heated up

Any help?
:laugh: :toofunny:

Are you serious?
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Put your hand on your pot noodle and move it around rapidly. The friction should warm it up and make it taste yummy.
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Did you not boil the water first?
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(Original post by jneill)
COOKING INSTRUCTIONSNo complication here… just do the following and you’ll be tucking into Pot Noodle tastiness in a matter of minutes:Rip off the lid and whip the sachet out (you’ll need that later)Add boiling water to the fill line.Leave it alone for 2 minutes. Entertain yourself.STIR. Leave it for another 2 minutes.STIR AGAIN. Remember that sachet? Add the contents now.Grab your fork and get eating.We recommend you eat it whilst it’s nice and hot – it’s better that way in our opinion. 
Don’t reheat or microwave.
I followed them but it's not properly cooked hot tap = boiling water right?
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Did you not boil the water first?
My BOILER BOILED it as I used the hot tap. But my Pot Noodle is not 100% cooked.
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Really??? I'm 100% you can use tap water and that is boiling enough to cook the pot noodle.
You've just proved that you can't. :lol:

I used to have pot noodles from time to time but now I buy packs instead. Cheaper and you can add your own ingredients as you please. and feels slightly healthier as a result

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(Original post by EricPiphany)
Put your hand on your pot noodle and move it around rapidly. The friction should warm it up and make it taste yummy.
Great, I shall try this.
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(Original post by 2016_GCSE)
My BOILER BOILED it as I used the hot tap. But my Pot Noodle is not 100% cooked.
The hot tap usually isn't hot enough to be considered boiling though
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You've just proved that you can't. :lol:

I used to have pot noodles from time to time but now I buy packs instead. Cheapter and you can add your own ingredients as you please. and feels slightly healthier as a result

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So you need BOILING water right?

I turned my BOILER on and let water BOIL then turned the Hot Tap and let my Pot Noodle soak up the warmth to cook.

BUT IT NO WORKING!!!
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(Original post by 2016_GCSE)
I followed them but it's not properly cooked hot tap = boiling water right?
You need to go out and buy a new hot tap like this one:



Only a £1000 or so.
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The hot tap usually isn't hot enough to be considered boiling though
That makes no sense to me.

The BOILER BOILED water.

The tap should give BOILING water.

Do I need a new boiler?
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:eyebrow:

Boiled water from the kettle fam :lol:
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