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Frozen Vegetable Patties, with Authentic Indian Spices
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Trader Joe's
Trader Joe's Vegetable Masala Burger

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Trader Joe's Vegetable Masala Burger
 
5.0

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5.0

great indian flavors!

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from USA

Comments about Trader Joe's Vegetable Masala Burger:

These are probably one of my favorite types of veggie burgers. the flavors are amazing and remind you of indian food. Since they're low in calories, you can feel like you're having a treat, but don't have to worry about it going to your waist! I love to grill it and squish it into naan.

 
5.0

Most unique veggie burger out there!

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from Chicago, IL

Comments about Trader Joe's Vegetable Masala Burger:

As a vegetarian, I've tried a lot of frozen veggie burgers, from Morningstar Farms to Boca to Gardenburger and less known brands.  And I'd have to say that Trader Joe's Masala burger is the most unique one on the market.  It gives a totally new spin on the standard veggie burger flavor and is a real breath of fresh air.  I enjoy Indian food and like how its flavors are brought into this burger.  I don't like spicy foods and this burger has just a hint of a kick that I can handle.  Great price at the store, too!

(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Perky, spiced patties with Personality.

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from Los Angeles, CA

Comments about Trader Joe's Vegetable Masala Burger:

     The whole world is at **Trader Joe's**.  And that includes **Joe's Vegetable Masala Burger with Authentic Indian Spices**.  Already fully cooked, these babies need only heating in a skillet for 3-4 minutes each side.  Add a mixed vegetable or a small salad, put out a dish or two of complementary condiments (we like raisins and dry-roasted peanuts) and it's "Dinner!".     **Joe's Masala Veggie Burgers** -- from top down -- include potatoes, canola oil, carrots, green beans, water, bread crumbs, bell peppers, onions, corn, salt, green peppers, sugar, ginger, cellulose gum, spices, citric acid, turmeric, and mustard seeds.     *How totally neat!*  The reader (and eater) can actually recognize almost all, if not *all*, the ingredients.  The total of this friendly group adds up to 120 calories per 71g burger with 1g saturated fat, 360mg sodium, 12g total carbs (1g dietary fiber, 1g sugars) and 2g protein.     The first time I tried a **Trader Joe's Masala Burger**, I put it in a toasted bun.  The next time I simply put it on my plate where it was decorative as well as tastier "undressed".  The peanuts and raisins added considerably to the East Indian food ethic.  Next time, I'll try some succulent dried apricots for a change.  I may even buy some chutney or other chunky sweet relish to go with it.     If you're unfamiliar with East Indian flavors, this is a great introduction using ingredients most of us have experienced in othere cuisines.  From there, Trader Joe's has more East Indian offerings to tempt your palate and your sense of adventure at the table.     Give **Masala Burgers** a try!

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