Trader Joe’s Japchae Korean Sweet Potato Glass Noodles & Vegetable Stir Fry Reviews

(15 customer reviews)

Sold in the frozen section – just heat & serve.

Ingredients: Cooked Seasoned Sweet Potato Glass Noodles (Water, Sweet Potato, Soy Sauce [Water, Fermented Soybeans, Salt, Ethyl Alcohol], Brown Cane Sugar, Sesame Oil, Expeller Pressed Canola Oil), Onion, Spinach, Carrot, Green Bell Pepper, Red Bell Pepper, and Onion Oil (Expeller Pressed Canola Oil, Onion).

Contains Soy.

15 reviews for Trader Joe’s Japchae Korean Sweet Potato Glass Noodles & Vegetable Stir Fry Reviews

  1. Eva F

    Smells good, but not very flavorful. A little greasy.

  2. Anna R.

    I loved it. Came to google what I had just eaten and found a place to review them. Plenty of flavor me, and it warmed up in minutes.

  3. DCofEC

    Protein level is practically non-existent so I recommend adding an egg maybe 2 (soft boiled or poached on the side). Besides that the flavor is super good. This is definitely a repurchase for me.

  4. Anonymous

    Great addition and hoping this will be part of the normal offerings! Quick to cook (3:30) and perfect to add an egg and sesame seeds and sriracha for a kick. Perfect slurping noodles! So much faster than making from scratch. Thanks for adding a new cultural item TJs!

  5. DJ

    Delicious flavor and great textures, will definitely buy again.

  6. Lolicastle

    I bought one and then returned to the store to buy more, but they’re gone. It’s good !

  7. Jeff

    I was very pleasantly surprised by how much I like this. Picked up on a whim and had for lunch at work just now. Delicate but distinct flavor, I can see where others say it’s a tad greasy, but otherwise a very good product. If I were at home, I would have this as a side to something, maybe chicken teriyaki or perhaps add some eggs and chili crisp/sambal for heat. 100 percent would buy again

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  9. Ellie Lo

    Another favorite! I wasn’t expecting to like it much, but after getting over the strange looking noodles, I quickly became a fan. Maybe an addict…just saying I was sooo disappointed when they were out of stock at my local store last time!

  10. DesertGirl

    I enjoyed finding these – I’ve been looking for decent japchae since eating at an Ohio restaurant that uses them as a base. As other reviewers have stated, these are a bit lacking in the flavor department (I used a sweet soy sauce, and a few chili flakes), and surprisingly on the oily side. I would have rated them at 4 stars, if they weren’t so oily. However, I did enjoy them, and will likely buy them again

  11. Barbara

    Just when I discovered them, they disappeared from the shelves in the Philly Burbs. The prognostications of future stock have not been met. Will they return soon?

  12. Trisha

    Add steamed broccoli for a very filling vegan meal! I think it would be great adding any protein too.

  13. Stephanie

    High sodium, too oily without having that fantastic sesame flavor, the veggies in my dish were at least 50% onion, and overall it just lacks flavor… I rinsed and added reduced sodium soy sauce, sesame oil drizzle, and red pepper flakes. Finally, the lack of protein makes this a side dish more than the main star it could be with some changes.

  14. Linda

    Pretty bland straight out of the pan. Added some TJ’s Crunchy Chili Onion to perk them up. Half the veg was onion. More peppers and green would have been nice. Good for a quick meal.

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