Trader Joe’s Salmon Pinwheels Reviews

(13 customer reviews)

Spinach and Mediterranean style herb feta cheese wrapped in salmon in a spiral shape.


13 reviews for Trader Joe’s Salmon Pinwheels Reviews

  1. Brianna

    These were excellent! The guy working at TJ’s told me he pan sears the salmon before cooking it cause it maintains the flavor. He was not wrong. I seared the salmon on medium heat for 3 min on each side then oven baked for 13 min at 400. They came out super flavorful and delicious. I topped mine with lemon juice, salt and pepper. I hope they keep these in stock because I am now a huge fan.

  2. barbara

    Oh …a splash of olive oil enhances the flavor of this tastey dish after removing from oven.

  3. S A

    I love cooking and eating salmon, and I thought this would be great to try. Boyyyyyy was I wrong, it was honestly the worst salmon I ever tried in my entire life. Mediterranean style label should be removed off the package because the disrespect in the flavor is real!
    I’ll stick to Costco and farmers market for my Alaskan salmon

  4. LB

    I pan seared mine in a hot nonstick pan for about 5 minutes each side. splashed plenty of lemon juice on while cooking.. used thermometer to make sure the salmon got to 145. I think it’s delicious! The salmon is moist and melts in your mouth. I didn’t ad anything but the lemon juice. Delicious quick meal!

  5. Mn

    The package should suggest ways to prepare. I haven’t eatten them as I don’t know how to prepare

  6. Dharmadm

    My husband loves these. I will make my own from now on as these are farmbraised salmon with added color. BTW use the suggested recipe from Brianna. You don’t need to seer but the oven temp 400 and timing 12 min is pretty accurate (oven temps vary)

  7. G

    SSSSOOOOOO GOOD!!! Set oven to 425. Thrown them in a pan with a bit of olive oil, cook each side for about 3 minutes. Place in a small baking pan. Squeeze a little lemon juice, sprinkle with a bit of garlic salt and pepper, top with a slice of lemon. Cover with foil and pop then in the oven. Bake for about 20 minutes (check at 15 minutes). Prepare with a side of asparagus and rice pilaf… you’re welcome.

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  9. Tracey

    I’ll buy these again- oven baked them, should have used olive oil and lemon. I baked mushroom with thinly sliced jalapeño and added it to white jasmine rice. It was a good meal- but with olive oil and lemon it would have been great!

  10. Richard King

    Since there were no cooking directions, I figured they were already cooked. I made some rice pilaf, along with some green beans brushed with olive oil and seasoned with Cavender’s. Topped the pilaf with the fish right out of the package. The fish was so moist. Not dry at all. I do think the seasoning could have been more evenly spread on the fish as some bites had too much, and some had none at all. I will definitely be serving this at my next dinner party.

  11. Fishy McFisherson

    Pretty good fish dish. Just a little fishy smell and grey color on the bottom of the wheel, so I’d say it was moderately fresh. Put some grape-seed oil in a really hot skillet, and dropped the two pieces in. Turned twice them after about 30 seconds each time, added some lemon juice, salt, and a little more oil. Put the lid on the skillet and let them cook on low heat for about 15min total, flipping halfway. They finish fast, so be ready with the meat thermometer every couple minutes.

  12. Des P.

    This is actually pretty good and very easy to make. I added some salt, pepper, sliced lemon, and truffle soy sauce (at the end). I baked it for 16 minutes at 400 degrees on the lower rack. Highly recommend for quick easy dinners for those busy/lazy days!

  13. Rob

    We love these! So disappointed to find that they haven’t been in stock lately! Yes, it’s farm-raised salmon, which disappoints this Pacific Northwesterner, but it’s Norwegian, and it’s still very good. And extremely easy and quick to prepare.

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