This Trader Joe’s cioppino seafood stew has a really nice rich and savory clam and tomato taste to it. TJs seafood stew comes in a super easy to heat up frozen pouch that can be made in the microwave or on the stove top. Trader Joe’s cioppino has been around for a number of years now, and it retains the solid seafood flavor with the rich, tomato base. I will say that usually when I’m craving a hot seafood and clam taste, I turn to the Trader Joe’s clam chowder in the refrigerated section with the super creamy base to it!…..…….
- 210 calories per serving
- Net Weight: 16 oz
- 4 grams of sugar per serving
Cioppino Trader Joe’s Seafood Stew, Frozen
Trader Joe’s cioppino seafood stew is a great option on a cold day when you’re craving the taste of an Italian restaurant’s seafood stew. I like to have a little bit of sourdough bread on the side for dipping in the broth. And the fact that there really is a good amount of actual pieces of seafood in this stew is a really nice bonus. Does anyone have a really good seafood stew or cioppino they make when they have a little more time to buy all the ingredients and seafood? And if you can’t make it out to TJs, give these items a try…..
– Paladini All-Natural Cioppino Pasta Sauce, 26 oz., 2 bottles
– Sea Fare Pacific West Coast Cioppino, 9 Ounce (Pack of 8)
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