Trader Joe’s – Trader Ming’s Stir Fried Vegetable Rolls

While shopping at Trader Joe’s I picked up a pack of these frozen Trader Ming’s Stir Fried Vegetable Rolls.  They looked like they could be mighty delicious and had some pretty favorable stats on the nutrition label, so I dropped them into my shopping cart.  Last week I paired them with a dish I had prepared and I, as well as my boyfriend, found them to be quite delicious!
They bake up in the oven in 25 minutes, flipping them half-way through the cooking process to ensure even crisping.  The wrapper is nice and crispy on the outside, chewy on the inside.  The filling is perfect – nicely seasoned.  They remind me of a better tasting eggroll you would get at a local Chinese restaurant – without all the fat and unnecessary calories.
I would suggest cooking up only what you plan on eating that day.  I made all 5 and put 3 in the refrigerator.  They do get a little soggy in the fridge, but that’s almost expected so I wasn’t frustrated by that.  I could have put them in the toaster oven to crisp up, but I just heated the leftover rolls in the microwave for a handful of seconds to take the chill off.  Oveerall – definitely 2 thumbs up and a re-purchase must!
Point plus wise – 1 roll was 3 points plus.
Have you tried the Trader Joe’s Trader Ming’s Stir Fried Vegetable rolls?
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