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– February 24, 2015
These were surprisingly delicious – they actually tasted like the type of green onion pancakes you would get at a Chinese restaurant. I wasn’t expecting anything near that tasty from a frozen product, but even just using the oven to cook them (i.e.: without frying them in oil), they were definitely worth of 5 stars. Yum! My only complaint is that it’s annoying to have to defrost them for so many hours first, but it’s worth it.
– November 1, 2015
I cheated and didn’t defrost them. I put them in a dry hot skillet and just pressed them down . They ended up crunchy on the outside and soft inside. They were slightly bland, but after a quick dip in a mixture of sweet chili and soy sauce they were great
– September 13, 2016
We just found these delicious treats and now I’m hooked. My favorite way to prepare them is to fry in a pan with a little olive oil – no defrosting necessary. Then add a fried egg on top for a 5 star breakfast. Off to Trader Joe’s for more of these !!!!!
– December 5, 2016
Smoked norwegian slamon, cream cheese with chives, pickled red onios and some fresh dill…also a glass of brut champagne…and you have a gourmet brunch, dinner or just an indulgent feast for one or more !!!
– February 2, 2019
Just tried these lat night. Cooked in my air fryer @350 for 8 minutes turning half way. They are delish but I agree with Rebecca and Sandra in that a little drizzle or additional embellishment is all that is needed.
Ann E Reynolds
– December 4, 2019
Defrosted in microwave for 60 seconds, then a minute on each side in a non-stick skillet. Add TJoe sweet chili sauce, perhaps kicked up with a dab of sriracha. Perfect!
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