Trader Joe’s Kung Pao Chicken Reviews

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7 reviews for Trader Joe’s Kung Pao Chicken Reviews

  1. Anonymous

    It doesn’t taste like authentic Kung Pao Chicken (as if it would), but it is so delicious! Have it over rice with some added Sriracha for more kick. Can be made in the microwave or stovetop.

  2. JJ

    I live and breathe for this stuff…. 🙂

  3. Nancy Jaeger

    Delicious! Better than the Chinese restaurants and great for company even, serve with TJ’s vegetable fried rice!

    The Best

  4. Ben

    I think this might be the best Trader Joe’s frozen entree yet! And that’s saying a lot, ‘cause we go nuts over TJ’s Butter Chicken.

    Well seasoned – medium high spicy. (I love spicy food.) We prepared it with a traditional Chinese wok on the stovetop.

    This dish comes with four ingredients: the frozen chicken pieces, frozen Chinese veggies (separately packaged), two Kung Pao sauce packs, and separately packaged peanuts to finish the dish.

    It was fabulous. My gf and I were stuffed to the gills. Add some rice and you could feed four for $4.99

  5. Pamela Franco

    I love the Chicken Pao! But I have to say I notice that you have cut back on the amount of chicken but the price is same or higher. Use to feed three people on one bag now barely two people can eat on a bag. I may have to stop buying this product . I don’t want too but you have gotten stingy.

  6. Steve Jones

    First time making Trader Joe’s Kung Pao Chicken. I opted to use the skillet method to heat/mix and it came out tasting fabulous! Trader Joe’s KPC is a wonderfully tasty comfort food, worthy of the name. Leftovers the next day were microwaved and just as delicious. This product is a “must have” always handy in my home freezer from now on!
    Highly recommended.

  7. Tiger squeakily, jr

    I use this as a base for my fake take out.
    I use the recipe for three cup vegetables for a sauce.
    I cut up one onion, one or two bell peppers, a ton of garlic, add bamboo shoots, water chestnuts and broccoli crowns, use low soy sodium Chinese rice wine, Mirin, toasted sesame oil, more peanuts, And use just one packet of the sauce that comes in the package. YuM, slow fast food and fake Chinese takeout. I think about henry Chung whenever I make it. He was a great man.

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