Honey Walnut Shrimp

March 17, 2017 in Category: What's New

Inspired by numerous restaurant versions of this dish, we set out to create an easy-to-make iteration you could have on the table in less time than it would take to have it delivered. What we found with some of the restaurant versions was an abundance of batter, and pretty small shrimp. We’re using large shrimp and a batter that lightly coats the shrimp, yet manages to retain its crunch even after it’s been combined with the sauce. (Comparable restaurant versions are 40% batter; ours are 30% batter.) Speaking of the sauce, it's a sweet, creamy concoction that's finished with...

Seafood Paella

March 30, 2016 in Category: What's New

The original paella, known as paella valenciana, is an age-old, one-pan dish that traditionally includes rabbit (or chicken) and snails, cooked together with beans (three kinds), and saffron-seasoned, white rice. Over time, this one-pan dish has evolved to include a variety of different ingredients. Probably the most popular version worldwide (and the second most popular in Spain) is paella de marisco, after which we’ve patterned Trader Joe’s Seafood Paella. Though not Valencian (or Spanish), our supplier...