The pros: Trader Joe's Asian Vegetables with Beijing Style Soy Sauce is a solid blend of Asian veggies with a thick and flavorful sauce.
The cons: Nothing stands out.
The verdict: If there is one aisle I don't spend a lot of time in it's the freeze aisle. Not because I don't love looking, but it always seems to be the most crowded. To be more specific, I am happy to go blast right through the veggie aisle. It's not that I don't love veggies. They're just less inspiring to write about.
When I picked this up initially, did not think of it being drastically different from Trader Joe's Stir Fry Vegetables. Truth is that this is a solid blend, if not more flavorful blend to pair with a meal.
The big bonus here is the sauce. On its own, this sauce is soy based but thickened into a syrupy sauce. It's a sauce you'll want to make sure you mix throughout the veggies. It's a bit too potent to enjoy on its own.
The veggies packaged here seemed like a more balanced variety of beans, snap peas, carrots, and baby corn than the stir fry mix. There is less of the mushrooms and water chestnuts. Regardless, this came out well in the microwave and oven.
For $2.69 it's not a bad mix to pick up. I'd repurchase this.
Here is the visual run down of what you get if you buy this product:
The bag of Trader Joe's Asian Vegetables with Beijing Style Soy Sauce:
The nutritional information:
How to prepare:
After being cooked you get:
Would I buy this again? Yes, I would buy Trader Joe's Asian Vegetables with Beijing Style Soy Sauce again. I actually liked it a bit more than the stir fry mix. The sauce was also a bonus.
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