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Its very difficult to feed kids in their growing age. My daughter is 6 years old and very difficult to handle when it comes to eating. Evening’s brunch time is very tacky, she is hungry but she doesn’t want to eat chapati, she wants something different. Everything that is shown on TV she wants all that junk to eat. It is not an easy task to explain her how bad junk food is for health nor I am a magician to make a new wonder in cooking every day. One day she was very adamant for knorr soupy noodles after seeing Kajol’s advt. I gave up and bought one packet for her. To make it more healthy I added little vegetable chops. When I served it to her to my surprise she gulped each sip and bite happily till she finished all on her plate. She was happy and so was I.
When ever I am alone at home, I love to cook something myself n whenever I get a chance to cook I always go for knorr soupy noodles. The only reason is, its easy to cook. If a person like me can cook something, and that too something tasty within no time, can only be knorr soupy noodles ! I like the taste of soup. It comes in many other flavors too but my personal favorite is mast masala flavor.
I'm a big fan of quick soup mixes, when I was younger my mom would add noodles to soup to create texture and make it more filling. So I was actually kind of excited when knorr soupy noodles came out
Soupy Noodles are quick and easy to prepare & they taste nice - a winning combination of thick flavorful soup & tasty noodles. It's the perfect snack for those midnight hunger pangs, and I make sure that I have a few of these in the pantry at all times.
I tried Knorr Soupy noodles when it was the only option left out when I went to purchase maggi noodles and it wasn't available. But when I had it they were surprisingly good. The soupy noodles lived upto its name. Soup as well as noodles both were tasty.
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