Trader Joe’s Beef Birria

This Trader Joe’s beef birria is a new product for 2022 and is slightly sweet and savory with a really nice flavor to it. It takes a ton of time to actually make homemade birria beef so this is a great way to have the flavors all ready to just pop on the stovetop, microwave or in an instant pot. These make for some really delicious tacos, or you can eat it as a sort of stew. It can be easy to make these a tad too dry if you overcook the beef, but otherwise I think this is a really flavorful addition to the Trader Joe’s frozen foods aisle ………….

  • 570 calories per container
  • Net Weight: 16 oz
  • 1 gram of sugar per serving
  • Slow cooked beef in chile and tomato sauce

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Beef Birria at Trader Joe’s

Trader Joe’s birria beef doesn’t have any weird ingredients, is super easy to make, and overall has a pretty good depth of flavor. How would everyone compare this Trader Joe’s birria beef to homemade stuff or ones youve had at restaurants? If anyone has a really good beef birria recipe or way to make this frozen version, let us know! And if you can’t make it out to TJs, give these items a try…..

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3 thoughts on “Trader Joe’s Beef Birria

  1. This Birria is as close to homemade as it gets. Really impressed with the balance of meat to broth. Especially if you enjoy dipping your taco and slurping some of the juices. Try a quesabirria and you won’t be disappointed.

  2. I like the flavor of the beef birria but was extremely disappointed the last time I warmed one because it was inedible. There was three big pieces of beef that turned out to be chunks of hard fat. Literally no actual meat to ingest. I could only drink the juice and eat the small loose bits at the bottom. This has happened three times but this time was the worst. Total waste of money and now I’m not sure if I can trust the quality.

  3. I thought it made an excellent spicy stew served with and over mashed potatoes. The beef is essentially what one would use for a crock pot cooker pot roast so don’t expect aged prime quality beef. The combination of the larger pieces and the shredded beef soaked in the juice was ample enough for two servings. The sauce is tasty with a bit of spicy kick to it albeit a little on the greasy side but the overall flavor is excellent. I plan to buy it again.

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