Trader Joe’s Beef and Broccoli, Sweet and Spicy

This Trader Joe’s beef and broccoli is as advertised with a good balance of mildly sweet and spicy that is a nice option if you can’t order in Chinese food. You can’t make this in the microwave so the only option is the stove top, which actually ends up making a pretty flavorful and tasty version of Trader Joe’s beef and broccoli. This is one of the few Trader Joe’s frozen meals that can’t be prepared in the microwave, but is still worth the extra few minutes of preparation. It sort of reminds me of the Trader Joe’s orange chicken in that it requires a few more minutes of work than just popping in the microwave, but the texture and taste make it worth it. ………….

  • 230 calories per serving
  • Net Weight: 24 oz
  • 18 grams of sugar per serving

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Trader Joe’s Beef with Broccoli

This has been one of the staples of the Trader Ming or now Trader Joe’s Chinese frozen entree section for a few years now. How would everyone compare this TJ beef and broccoli to the other frozen entrees like kung pao chicken? It’s fairly rare for Trader Joe’s to miss on a popular version of a frozen entree, and this beef with broccoli is no exception. And if you can’t make it out to TJs, give these items a try…..

Sun-Bird BEEF & BROCCOLI Asian Seasoning Mix 1oz (10-pack)

Lee Kee Panda Brand Sauce for Broccoli Beef, 8 Ounces (Pack of 6), 0g Trans Fat, No Artificial Flavors, No High Fructose Corn Syrup, Cholesterol Free

Price: $6.99

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One thought on “Trader Joe’s Beef and Broccoli, Sweet and Spicy

  1. This is an easy meal a bit sweet for my tastes but there’s barely any beef beneath all the breading. It says it serves 6 but you can barely get 2 servings because there’s so little meat. No wonder it’s just 8 grams protein per serving. Where’s the beef?

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