Snack: Bombay Bad Boy Pot Noodle and Baked Potato

This is a culinary adventure that will tantalise your taste buds and test the limits of your digestive system. Today's menu: a Bombay Bad Boy Pot Noodle and a Baked Potato. Sounds fancy, right?

The Players:

  • The Bombay Bad Boy: Not your average pot noodle, this fiery fella boasts a "chilli sauce for added heat" that promises to make you sweat like you're running a marathon in the Sahara. Let's hope it delivers, because a lukewarm pot noodle is about as exciting as a Tuesday night in Millom.
  • The Baked Potato: The trusty spud, a blank canvas for culinary creativity. Today, she'll be playing the role of supporting actress, soaking up the fiery wrath of the Bad Boy and providing some much-needed stodge.

The Method:

  1. Nuke the spud: Because who's got time for an oven? Plus, there's something strangely satisfying about shoving a potato in the microwave and hoping it doesn't explode.
  2. Unleash the Bad Boy: Follow the packet instructions (if you can be bothered) and pour that questionable orange sludge over the dehydrated noodles. Watch in awe as the once-innocent pot transforms into a volcanic landscape.
  3. Spud surgery: While the Bad Boy does its thing, perform some light spud surgery. Slice her open, and sprinkle on some salt and pepper.
  4. The grand union: Once the spud is prepped and the Bad Boy has simmered down to a lava-like consistency, it's time for the grand union. Spoon dollops of fiery noodle soup onto your potatoey canvas and marvel at your creation. 

Total 'cooking' time: 8 minutes. 

The Verdict:

Honestly, it's not the prettiest sight. But hey, who needs beauty when you've got flavour? The Bad Boy delivers on its heat promise, packing a punch that will clear your sinuses and leave you questioning your life choices. The potato, bless her heart, does her best to tame the flames, offering a starchy counterpoint to the fiery onslaught.

Is it Michelin star worthy? Absolutely not. But for a quick, cheap, and surprisingly satisfying snack, it hits the spot. Just don't blame me if you have heartburn later.

Disclaimer: I am not a qualified nutritionist, and this is not a balanced meal. Please consume responsibly and don't sue me if you get indigestion.

Bombay Bad Boy Pit Noodle & Baked Potato


Comments

  1. Oh. Now I do fancy that. Quick and easy!

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    1. I'm fast-tracking my way to culinary greatness 🤭

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  2. That dish looks disgusting

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    1. Top chefs around the world claim that snails, bull penis, tuna eyeballs, bat soup and maggot cheese are a delicacies. I say bollocks. My Bombay Bad Boy snack beats them hands down 😋

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