Trader Joe’s Middle Eastern Style Kebabs Reviews

(6 customer reviews)

Seasoned ground beef patties.

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6 reviews for Trader Joe’s Middle Eastern Style Kebabs Reviews

  1. Kim

    The meat can be salty and oily but would balance out if you were eating with veggies and basmati rice. It heated up very quickly in the air fryer (7 minutes) and is moist. A little bit of the TJ’s Tzatziki Creamy Garlic Cucumber Dip also cuts through the saltiness of the product. It’s easy and quick to make for a meal. Would purchase again for an easy, fast meal. Good value because you get 6 kebabs that are about 4 inch long and 2/3 inch thick. One package can serve 2 hungry adults or 3 kids.

  2. Christine

    I really liked these. Went back for more today and was told they are “seasonal” and not on order anymore. Boo! I thought every season was kebab season.

  3. Del Beglau

    These are the perfect size for a little keto snack with the tzaziki sauce. Delicious

  4. E

    These are perfect in a pita with Trader Joe’s tzatziki sauce! I bought this on a whim and was pleasantly surprised!

  5. Jeri

    These meat kebabs are always my fave to order at a middle eastern restaurant, and these frozen TJs ones do not disappoint! Super easy to prep in the air fryer. Eat with pita, tzatziki, hummus, and a Mediterranean salad, all from TJs, for a delicious meal! Will be a staple in my freezer so long it’s available.

  6. Jason

    Absolutely fantastic, get them now and stock up if you love kebabs! Note, this is NOT gyro meat! This is middle eastern style kebab meat. I do however, love to make mine up with TJ’s Tzatziki sauce (also incredible) TJ’s Middle Eastern Flatbread (very good, but be sure to toast it in an oven for a few min and it turns into stuffable pita bread, of sorts) and some fresh chopped English cucumber. I slice the kebabs into quarters and use one and a half strip per sandwich. BAM! Just like a fancy sit down restaurant in my home, for far less $$. TJs frozen food is a not-so-secret weapon of the store chain, with vastly better offerings than any competitor. They obviously do a lot of taste testing before anything hits the freezers. Usually frozen food is mostly miss, with a small hit here and there. With TJ I end up liking or loving around 80-90% of the frozen offerings. Most chain stores I’m lucky to hit 20%. That is astounding and shows that there is much potential for the food category. A long way from the “tv dinner” era already.

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