Trader Joe’s Cod Provencale with Ratatouille & Rice Reviews

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11 reviews for Trader Joe’s Cod Provencale with Ratatouille & Rice Reviews

  1. Polly

    A whole other level of microwave dinner. The cod, brown rice, and eggplant/tomato ratatouille go so well together. The cod gets a little rubbery in the microwave, but for the price and convenience, I can’t complain. I even bit into a sprig of rosemary. When’s the last time that’s happened with a microwave dinner?

  2. Caitlin

    Totally delicious. Much better than your typical heat-and-eat fare. The ratatouille is particularly good!

  3. Julie

    Pretty good for a microwave dinner! Fish wasn’t fishy at all as I feared it would be. Great price for a quick, decent, inexpensive meal.

  4. Steffie

    It’s my absolute most favorite go to frozen meal when I want something quick. The whole thing is delicious, inexpensive and quite healthy I must say, with only 400 calories and relatively low in sodium. Cod was not pre-cooked and has excellent flavor and never rubbery or fishy. I like my food spicy, topping it with some sriracha sauce. Oh-Yum-mo! I eat it for lunch often. It’s very satisfying and I have it stocked in my freezer at all times! LOL
    Especially love the eggplant in there. 10 out of 10 for me!

  5. Silvia

    Looking for expiration date on package…. what does 16308 02:37 mean?

  6. T

    SO good! Maybe the best frozen meal I’ve had.

  7. Wendy Anthos

    I found it delicious. It is a keeper like so many other Trader Joe frozen meals. Husband loved it too. Price is unbelievable too.

  8. KATHRYN

    Tasteful

  9. Dan

    Love that it is not too high in sodium. The current version has @540 grams of sodium.

  10. Paul Simons

    Incredibly good. Reminds me of Paris

  11. Rich

    Really good for microwave cod. I have to admit I was skeptical. However I see some folks in other places complain it was a bit dry and not flaky. I did NOT vent mine. The packaging puffed up a little, but I never vent microwave stuff that has rice in it. Sure fire way to dry out what you’re cooking. Cooked for 6 minutes and it sat for 4, and by the time I sat down to my desk at work and peeled it open, it was steaming and delicious. No bones, nice and flaky, good textures. I’ll admit I added a little sriracha sauce to the rice and veggie portion, as I do a lot of foods at lunch, but it was tasty before I did too.

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