Ah, the joy of culinary travel without ever leaving home! This food blog has become my passport, whisking me from Germany’s hearty staples to Thailand’s zesty flavors, over to India’s aromatic spices, back to classic American fare, and now, we’re stamping our gustatory visas for China. Today’s stop is a cozy corner in the vast expanse of Trader Joe’s frozen aisle, where we uncover the Pork Shu Mai Pork Dumplings, a savory delight promising to transport your taste buds to the Far East.
Walking through the frozen aisle of any Trader Joe’s store, there’s one product that seems to almost have a halo around it, beckoning shoppers with its promises of a quick, tasty dinner: the infamous Orange Chicken. Lauded by many as one of Trader Joe’s most prized products, this orange chicken often finds its way into the shopping carts of loyal customers and first-time shoppers alike. But why? What is it about this particular item that makes it so coveted? Today, we dive deep into the world of Trader Joe’s Frozen Orange Chicken.
Not everything I review can be a hit like the Squiggly Cut Noodles or the Kimbap, we sometimes must eat just some regular food and one of my favorite meals is breakfast! I love eggs and sausage and toast.
Trader Joe’s Shrimp Boom Bah Review
Trader Joe’s is known for its novel food items that appeal to both the palate and the eyes. However, it’s not every day that you come across a dish that you can describe as ‘ebulliently electrifying,’ to borrow a phrase from Trader Joe’s themselves. Allow me to introduce you to Trader Joe’s Shrimp Boom Bah—an easy-to-cook, vibrant dish that is as much a feast for the senses as it is for the stomach.
Sometimes I need to throw a nice meal together at a moment’s notice, or I have guests coming over unexpectedly and need to stretch things out, or I just want a nice side dish to compliment my main meal, so I always grab a couple of these bags of potatoes or whatever Trader Joe’s has in the freezer section. This bag looked extra appealing as I was putting together a dinner with pork chops and a salad. Trader Joe’s Country Potatoes with haricot verts and wild mushrooms.
Trader Joe’s Butter Chicken is one of those products that has been chugging along for many, many years. It is a perennial favorite among loyal Trader Joe’s fans. I originally reviewed this product all the way back in 2012 and thought it was time to revisit it since it’s still hanging around and Trader Joe’s doesn’t seem inclined to kill it off any time soon. Trader Joe’s has been on a serious Indian food kick for some time as witnessed by the huge amount of Indian food items. I applaud that because I like food from all over the world. Indian food seems to do especially well at Trader Joe’s.