This Trader Joe’s kimbap is made in Korea and is attempt at a longstanding Korean seaweed and rice dish that resembles maki or vegetable sushi. In order to keep this fresh, TJs has made it frozen, with a little bit of microwaving necessary to bring it back to room temperature. This has a really nice nuanced flavor to it that I really enjoyed. I can’t compare it to traditional Korean kimbap since I haven’t had it before, but this seems like a solid addition to the various Korean offerings at Trader Joe’s………….
- 140 calories per serving
- Net Weight: 8.11 oz
- 2 grams of sugar per serving
Gimbap at Trader Joe’s
Trader Joe’s Kimbap, or traditionally referred to as gimbap, is fast becoming one of the more popular Korean items at TJs. How would everyone compare the flavor and ingredients to an authentic Kimbap? If anyone has ideas on how to make it even tastier with additions like egg, let us know! I’m also curious to know what everyone’s favorite Asian items are at Trader Joe’s. Are there discontinued ones anyone really misses? And if you can’t make it out to TJs, give these items a try…..
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