Enter Tasty Bite's NYC Noodles Contest, Plus Exclusive Serious Eats Giveaway

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We're no strangers to Tasty Bite; in fact, we tried the full line of their microwavable vegetarian dishes back in January. We loved the Channa Masala, Punjab Eggplant, Vegetable Korma, among others and felt good about their easy-to-read ingredient lists, absent of MSG or preservatives. Tasty Bite's all-natural noodles are the first ever heat-and-eat noodles with just one step preparation.

Now, Tasty Bite's line of Asian Noodles is coming to New York, with their NYC Noodles contest, with a chance to win $1000 in cash prizes!

All summer, Tasty Bite will be giving out samples (keep an eye out in popular summer lunchtime spots like Union Square, Washington Square Park and Bryant Park!) plus over 100 grocery stores throughout the five boroughs will be stocking their shelves with Tasty Bite noodles. Snap a photo of yourself with the noodles and tag it on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram with #NYCnoodles. Contest ends July 7th, so check out your local grocery store or corner deli for your chance to win!

If you aren't in New York, you still have a chance to try the noodles, which will be sampled at vegetarian festivals and veggie pride parades throughout the summer in Chicago, Boston, DC, Portland, Baltimore and Michigan.

Want even more noodles? We've got a Tasty Bite giveaway exclusively for the Serious Eats community. Just leave a comment telling us your favorite Asian noodle dish, for a chance to win a backpack full of Tasty Bite Noodles!

Winner will be chosen randomly. You have until 12p.m. ET on 6/11 to enter. One winner will be chosen at random from among the commenters. Contest winners are limited to residents of the continental U.S. The standard Serious Eats contest rules apply.

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