Trader Joe’s Kimchi & Tofu Soup Reviews

(11 customer reviews)

Vegan and sold in the frozen section.

Ingredients: water, kimchi (napa cabbage, radish, water, red pepper, salt, onion, sugar, yeast extract, xanthan gum), cooked black rice, tofu, shiitake mushrooms, sake, koji, rice vinegar, gochujiang sauce, green onions, tamari soy sauce, canola oil, garlic, black pepper, and more.

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11 reviews for Trader Joe’s Kimchi & Tofu Soup Reviews

  1. Ster

    I know this isn’t very authentic at all, but in terms of taste itself, I like it! It’s great for cold weather, very warming and filling especially for the amount of calories (around 250 total). The textures go well together, the spice level is nice, and it has a satisfying mix of ingredients and flavors.

  2. Recia

    This was very bland. I didn’t expect it to be very authentic, but I figured that would be ok if it tasted good. But it didn’t taste good. It needed salt. And I didn’t like the black rice.

  3. DCofEC

    For how much sodium is in it I think it’s slightly bland. The protein count is a little low for my liking but not terrible. I added 2 Large eggs and a tiny bit of everything but the bagel seasoning. Definitely want to watch your salt intake for the rest of the day after eating this.

  4. Peter Ryan

    A nice blend of hot, sour, and pungent. Healthy, tasty, and comforting.

  5. Potatobear

    It is the wrong mixture of flavors. This is trash that gives you gas.

  6. Shauna

    A whole lot of sodium for very little flavor. It’s filling, great flavor pairings, and fairly healthy but the flavor is lacking for how much sodium is in it.

  7. Jose

    One of the worst things I’ve ever tried. Tasted like straight sugar, and the rice is unnecessary. Took two bites and dumped it in the trash. BCD tofu house would like to have a word with Joe.

  8. Ravi

    it would make a good soup if it was not sweet. Why does it need sugar? You can barley taste Kimchi. remove sugar and include a spice packet for people that want it spicier.

  9. Kana Wan

    This was really good. It didn’t taste sugary and it the soup has a good kick to it. I loved it!

  10. David Downey

    Think of this as a Korean hot & sour kimchee soup then you won’t be disappointed. I really enjoyed it.

  11. Sharon

    I really liked this, I topped it off with a tablespoon of nutritional yeast and it gave it a nice balance while boosting the nutrition/vitamins!

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