Battered shrimp with candied walnuts.
Buddy – February 15, 2017:
The shrimp are good quality, but the dish is flavorless. No honey flavor, walnuts far and few between, and very salty. I love salt, but when that’s all you taste, not good. A rare dud from Trader Joe’s.
Carol Ann – April 27, 2017:
I must have gotten a bad batch. The sauce tasted like a sour gym sock. Not at all what I’m used to from restaurants and zero honey flavor. Ick!
B. Ricks – June 5, 2017:
Shrimp were large and nice, but the dish as a whole was a major DUD. Sauce was gloppy and sickening. Walnuts had shell in the package. No wonder it was on sale… I still love TJ’s though.
Shelly – June 22, 2017:
Like others have said, the shrimp quality is pretty good, but that sauce is disgusting & tastes absolutely nothing like honey walnut. The sauce tastes like pineapple, but in a bad way. I am a big fan of honey walnut shrimp in generaly, and I will never buy this version again. YUK
Patricia – July 9, 2017:
Again – the battered, crispy shrimp actually had a good flavor but the sauce wasn’t good. It was sort of like mayonnaise with a little orange juice in it. It would’ve been SO much better with TJ’s Kung Pao Chicken sauce. THAT is really yummy. We were sort of expecting the Honey Walnut Shrimp to be like the Kung Pao Chicken – add rice and you’ve got a meal. It just wasn’t good. But we’ll keep trying their other main dishes in hopes of finding another great one like the Kung Pao Chicken.
Mariella – March 28, 2018:
I second or 3rd with everyone else saying that the shrimp are of good quality. The sauce is nasty af though. It’s like tossing it in condensed milk, and that it. Ohhhh the sauce is gross, thick and gloppy. I read reviews before, so thank goodness I only used a rltad bit of the sauce, I didn’t want to ruin the whole bag of good shrimp. I’ll use my.own sauce for the rest of the bag.
Not that bad
With ground pepper seasoning.