Trader Joe’s Vegetable Spring Rolls with Kale, Edamame, Mushrooms and Shredded Tofu. You know if you’ve been following this blog for any time that I am a sucker for anything Asian that Trader Joe’s makes. The frozen section is one of the first places I look when I hit any Trader Joe’s. I can’t wait to see what new goodies they come up with.
Normally I don’t order spring rolls when I go out to eat Chinese food. Don’t get me wrong, I love them for the most part, but most of the ones you get at those American-Chinese restaurants are filled with way too much cabbage. I’m humble opinion there should be less cabbage and more of the stuff we like! Nothing worse than getting a soggy, cabbagey spring rolls delivered to your table. I know you can’t get away from the cabbage since it’s the main ingredient but sometimes too much cabbage makes for an awful spring roll.
Trader Joe’s Cauliflower Rice review. I decided to jump on the band and see what all the fuss was about. This is Trader Joe’s newest hot thing right now. The bags of this ground up Cauliflower are flying off the shelves! The internet is all a buzz about this magically ingredient. So I decided to dive in and make a recipe using it.
I love cauliflower, but there are usually two ways I make it. Cauliflower soup or roasted cauliflower “steaks”. I just cut up a head into wedges and toss with a lot of olive oil and garlic and put on a baking sheet and roast at 425f until just starting to brown on the edges. Makes a great side dish!
I am always interested in anything that Trader Joe’s does with cheese and these Trader Giotto’s Oven Baked Cheese Bites really deliver! This must be a new product (as of January 2017) and I quickly spied it on the shelf in the new product zone. The bright yellow packaging caught my attention right away!
I don’t know if you’ve had or made those crispy Parmesan cheese crisps before. They are pretty easy to make. Just grate some parmesan onto parchment paper and bake at 400 degrees for a couple of minutes until melted and bubbly. Actually really easy, but sometimes we don’t have the time to make them ourselves and that’s where these come in.