Trader Joe’s Breaded Turkey-less Stuffed Roast with Gravy Reviews

(5 customer reviews)

5 reviews for Trader Joe’s Breaded Turkey-less Stuffed Roast with Gravy Reviews

  1. Sharon

    This is a holiday tradition in our house…the only problem with it is they don’t sell these roasts all year long. I am vegan so you might think my opinion is biased however my husband is a full on omnivore and he loves it too. It cooks up easily and the side of gravy is a nice compliment. (It would be nice if there was more for side dishes too!)
    This dish makes a nice presentation at the table too with the crispy, browned breading crust.

  2. Morelia

    Wow, this taste AMAZING!!! Wish this was sold year round, because i bought so many in November. Way better than eating Turkey. It has so much flavor and the gravy is good too!

  3. david southall

    Turkey Less meal kit. I added more gravy. The outside reminded me of KFC outer crust from their chicken, but I have not had that in 30 years. The crispy outside and stuffing inside combined to make the best Thanksgiving meal I can remember. I think I have tried the other companies.

  4. Ttrockwood

    Annual tradition! I buy extras for the freezer, the outside gets a nice little crust layer and the inside stuffing is really delicious! Even better served with some cranberry sauce, i get more servings than it says because it’s quite rich and filling.

  5. Wes

    I was amazed at how good the crispy outside breading was. Especially for a frozen store-bought item, I didn’t go into it with very high hopes. But it came out literally 10/10 good – couldn’t picture a better breading on any kind of “meat” product, vegan or non-vegan!

    The stuffing and gravy were also delicious. I was impressed that the texture/taste of the stuffing was so good even though it wasn’t made fresh and eaten right away.

    I wasn’t blown away by the “turkey” (ie: the vegetarian meat part under the breading around the stuffing). But I’m not a huge fan of real turkey either, so I won’t judge too much on that front. The “meat” texture was fine, but the taste was better masked by the breading/stuffing/gravy.

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