This Trader Joe’s stir fry is made up of a few different vegetables, but mainly pea pods, sprouts and bamboo shoots. For a price under $3, it’s an easy way to create a base for a delicious stir fry. You can either microwave it or put it in a skillet. Of course if you want any crisp on the veggies, put some oil in a wok or skillet and toss them for a few minutes. This isn’t the greatest mix of stir fry vegetables ever, but it does the trick. There is also a Trader Joe’s shrimp stir fry that is a solid frozen choice, but this one allows you to be creative and add any protein you want. Is there a go to meat or seafood that people add to this mix if they aren’t sticking with veggies only?………….
- 45 calories per serving
- Net Weight: 16 oz
- Contains pea pods, bamboo shoots, bean sprouts, soy beans, water chestnuts, carrots and mushrooms
Stir Fry at Trader Joe’s
I do sometimes use this as a good base for a solid meal that I can add in more tastes too, but lately I have been going with the Trader Joe’s cauliflower stir fry and the riced cauliflower. TJs riced cauliflower mixed in with some stir fried veggies is super delicious and a good low carb option. What is everyone’s favorite semi homemade recipe to make with this TJ’s stir fry? I’d imagine there are some really good sauces and flavors that people mix in with the plain old vegetables. I sometimes get conflicted on whether to buy the shrimp stir fry or just add my own protein to the veggie stir fry, but you can’t really go wrong with either one. …..
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