Trader Joe’s Lobster Ravioli

This Trader Joe’s Lobster Ravioli is a solid option when you want to impress someone or just want a unique treat. There aren’t any big lobster chunks or anything in these raviolis, but it does contain real lobster, mixed with a bunch of cheese and breadcrumbs. It’s super easy to boil and then toss with a delicious sauce. I usually like the vodka cream sauce with this but really any creamy, rich sauce goes really well with these lobster raviolis. Lobster ravioli sauce seems more important than most pastas because you really don’t want to hide the lobster taste of these, since you are after all paying for the lobster! At a price of $3.99, these colorful pillows are worth a try if you still haven’t had them!…..…….

  • Made with real lobster meat
  • Net Weight: 9 oz
  • 570 calories per container

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Lobster Ravioli at Trader Joe’s

This is one of the all time classic pastas at Trader Joe’s so I’m dying to know how everyone uses this. Do you make a special homemade sauce to toss the lobster ravioli in? Is there a sauce that Trader Joe’s sells that goes perfectly with this? Sometimes I want to pair this with some food where the color matches the fun yellow and red stripes of the lobster ravioli! That’s what professional chefs do right? OK, maybe not. Any recipes that people have paired with these colorful little nuggets of flavor, let me know! I bet some of you have really festive and creative ways to add these to fancy meals. Of course several times I’ve just boiled these really quickly, put them on a plate, and eaten a bunch of them with my hands. Whatever works for you. Or in my case, as always, however lazy I’m feeling at any given moment!……

Price: $3.99

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6 thoughts on “Trader Joe’s Lobster Ravioli

  1. These are a complete waste of money. Every single time I’ve made them, no matter how carefully I make them, ALL of the raviolis burst and the lobster filling gets flushed away with the water. EVERY.SINGLE.RAVIOLI.EVERY.SINGLE.TIME!!!

    1. Lol maybe you aren’t cooking them correctly? To the poster. I usually pair them with Ethan C’s vodka sauce

      1. He’s not cooking them correctly, I replied to him with good instructions, that’s the best way to cook ravioli, so they are perfect and do not leak. That vodka sauce sounds delicious!!!!

    2. You need to bring the water to a boil, add ravioli,turn the flame off, cover with a lid and let them cook that way, with just the hot water, otherwise you’ll have that happen, still keep check on them, I cook all my ravioli like this or they leak.They are very fragile and you can’t let them get slapped around by the boiling water bubbles, hope that makes sense and helps.

      1. I cooked them for the first time last night. I didn’t shut off the heat but, thanks to this tip, I didn’t let it boil furiously. None of them leaked. I paired them with the TJ’s vodka pasta sauce with some added sauteed mushrooms. It was a good quick meal.

  2. I’m so sad. I bought these and they were moldy! It was hidden under the label where it wasn’t visible from the outside. I’m sure TJ’s will make it right so I’m not complaining over a minor inconvenience. I just wanted to remind everyone to inspect them closely before dropping them in the water.

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