Trader Joe’s Turkeyless Stuffed Roast with Gravy

Trader Joe's Turkey-less Stuffed Roast with Gravy

II’ve had plenty of it. veggie burgers in my day. I’ve had delicious Nuggets of meatless chicken. I love lots of them. vegetarian dishes. However, I have never tried tofurkey and certainly not had a vegetarian Thanksgiving. As many of you, this was something I was very skeptical about. Turkey-less Roast. The package costs approximately $10 and it is quite an investment to determine if the product is edible. Sonia and me took that risk. It’s not necessary for you to. Please leave us a note in the comments section.

We had a little pre-Thanksgiving dinner just the two of them this week. We took one for each other and enjoyed this forgery fowl from TJ’s. We snacked on the goofy gobbler. We enjoyed a bogus turkey. We tried a very tricky turkey. But it was not bad. It was definitely worth it. Most vegetarians will be able to dive in. I’m sure you’ll enjoy it. It tastes exactly like turkey. No. No. It’s a great dish, and I really enjoy it. The gravy and stuffing were delicious. Although the soy-based fake Turkey was good, I have to admit that I would be fooled by imitation chicken and beef dishes before this one. The meaty flavor is enough to fool the stomach into believing you’re eating something meaty, but it’s not rich enough to trick your taste buds. It is a little firmer than turkey breast meat. There’s also a crust that forms around the roast, which doesn’t look like turkey. It’s slightly more bland in taste. Overall, it is a good imitation of traditional turkey, but it doesn’t quite match the real deal.

Sonia complained that the product was too heavy in rosemary. It was evident that the herb was too prominent in the roast, but it didn’t bother me as much as Sonia. She did rave about the gravy and stuffing, though she also agreed that the turkeyless turkey was the weakest part of the meal. She found the texture to be similar to a firmer than normal. pâté, and added that when reheated, it got very dry on the sides.

Our final verdict, despite some flaws, is a thumbs up. Although the price tag is high, there are at least four good meals in this package. Although the label states 6 portions, you’ll be able to tell how exaggerated they are. While it’s not going replace real turkey at our Thanksgiving dinner, I wouldn’t be entirely disappointed if it did. Sonia has given it 4 stars. From me: 3.5

The bottom line: 7.5 points out of 10.