Trader Joe’s Bulgogi, Beef Fried Rice with Kimchi


This Trader Joe’s bulgogi beef fried rice with kimchi is a nice addition to the Asian inspired frozen entrees in the TJs frozen aisle. Bulgogi is essentially a Korean dish that is marinated and flame grilled meat. Trader Joe’s has combined it with another Korean staple food, kimchi, and other vegetables to create a pretty good frozen dish that can easily be made in the microwave or on the stove top. Obviously the beef, kimchi and veggies will be more crisp and better tasting if you sear them in a pan, but even when I made this in the microwave the flavors and beef came out pretty well………….

  • 680 calories per serving (1 bag)
  • 11 grams of sugar per serving (1 bag)
  • Net Weight: 16 oz

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Trader Joe’s Bulgogi Beef Fried Rice With Kimchi


I usually really like Trader Joe’s frozen entrees, especially when they have an Asian theme to them, and this one is no exception. It’s not my favorite entree of all time, but it definitely has a unique taste to it and satisfies my salty beef craving. I think this would be a fun entree to have with some good sauces or sides. Has anyone made this with some unique or creative recipes or other dishes? I’m curious to know how people like this overall compared to other Trader Joe’s frozen entrees. And if you can’t make it out to TJs, give these items a try…..

CJ Korean BBQ Sauce – Bulgogi, 29.63-Ounce Bottles (Pack of 4)

Half Gallon (3.5 lbs.) Spicy Napa Cabbage Kimchi [Vegan, Gluten Free, Non-GMO, Probiotic] by Choi’s Kimchi Co. Made in USA


Price: $4.99


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One thought on “Trader Joe’s Bulgogi, Beef Fried Rice with Kimchi

  1. just not good. don’t buy. rice has nice savory flavor – that’s the best that can be said. very few (3) pieces of stringy beef. buy their bulgogi bowls – much better option.

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