Post Profile






The 1 Frozen Trader Joe's Dish That Tastes Best If Microwaved

The next time you go to Trader Joe's, stock up on this frozen bag of Japanese Style Fried Rice with edamame, tofu, hijiki seaweed, and carrots. We received this tip from Tara Block, our editorial director, who swears by this microwaveable meal as a quick-fix dinner. After months of talking it up to us anytime Trader Joe's came up in conversation (which, around here, is nearly every day), we finally took her advice and tried it ourselves.
read more

share

Related Posts


Review: Trader Joe’s Quick Cooking Brown Rice

Food & Drink / Cooking : Steamy Kitchen Modern Asian

One of my most popular posts on this site is How to Cook White Rice in the Microwave. It’s a real time-saver and I kept getting requests about brown rice. So I just recently tested and posted that! Check out How to Cook Brown Rice i...

Frozen Chicken and Rice Recall Could Ruin Your Dinner

Lifestyle / Food & Drink : The Stir By CafeMom: Food & Party

Post by Maressa BrownForget cantaloupe, beef, and peanut butter... Now it's time to worry about certain frozen chicken dinners. U.S. and Canadian officials have noted that 4,865 pounds of Trader Joe's frozen butter chicken and ricew...

This Week's Q&A: Edamame, Basic Shopping List & Make-Ahead Meals, Corn Tortilla Substitutes, Homemade Gluten-Free Bread, and Getting Back on Track

Food & Drink / Vegetarian & Vegan : Happy Herbivore

You've got questions... Q: You don't need to cook edamame before making it? A: Frozen edamame usually needs to be boiled or microwaved briefly. It should say on the package. :) Q: My self and my housemate are plant-based and super b...

Side Dish: Quick Fried Rice | Submitted By: Lorna Schmalz

Food & Drink / Recipes : All Recipes

Cooked rice fried with egg, bacon, peas, carrots and frozen mixed vegetables.

Ingredients: Fried Rice Restaurant Style

Food & Drink / Recipes : All Recipes

4.29 / 5 Stars | 744 Reviews by jostrander "A great way to use up leftover rice, this quick fried rice cooks up with frozen peas, baby carrots, eggs, and soy and sesame sauces." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC