Dealer Joe’s Honey Glazed Miso Salmon on Salad Greens

Trader Joe's Honey Glazed Miso Salmon on Salad Greens

I am starting to develop skeptical of Dealer Joe’s salmon merchandise. One of the best rating we’ve got up to now on a TJ’s salmon dish was a measly 6.5 stars out of 10. However our greatest grievance concerning the Mojito Salmon wasn’t the salmon itself.

The Sockeye Salmon, nonetheless, was a unique story. On this case, the salmon fully ruined a midway first rate bag of pasta and greens. With just a few notable exceptions, we had loads of feedback and emails supporting our findings and opinions about that specific product. The salmon in that bag was simply nasty.

But, courageous adventurers that we’re, the foodie-hack bloggers of [email protected]’s plow forth—with our tongue-in-cheek statements of self-aggrandizement held excessive, ingesting even probably the most dangerous of TJ’s dishes, hoping that we, for the vicarious advantage of our readers, will uncover one thing distinctive and attractive and worthy of our hard-earned {dollars}.

This dish, sadly, doesn’t fall into that class.

I need to admit that there’s typically an enormous vary of differing experiences on the subject of Dealer Joe’s already-prepared, refrigerated meals, because the freshness issue can fluctuate a bit, and the quantity and high quality of every ingredient used may fluctuate. However once more, as within the case of the Sockeye Salmon, we’ve got a meal with nice veggies and pasta that’s spoiled by a batch of highly-fishy salmon. The dressing was good, the lettuce was recent, the lo mein was tasty, if perhaps a bit too soggy. No main complaints, aside from the salmon.

However sadly, the salmon is the centerpiece of the meal—or so one would suppose by trying on the label. I suppose on this case it was a saving grace that there wasn’t very a lot salmon within the salad. What little salmon there was tasted like soiled socks—and sure, I do know what soiled socks style like…lengthy story, do not wanna get into that now #childhoodtraumas.

I am simply going to go forward and inform you to strive it in the event you’re determined for a lo mein-topped salad with Asian-ish dressing. However be ready to scoop out the salmon and serve it to a ravenous stray cat, who very properly could cross on the provide.

2.5 out of 5 stars from me. The identical from Sonia.

Backside line: 5 out of 10 stars.