The pros: Trader Joe’s Artichoke and Cheese Ravioli has a tasty filling that is much more artichoke and cheese than olive. The briny taste of the olives is present without much of the texture.
The cons: None come to mind, the ravioli in the refrigerated section is consistently good. I haven’t actually tried any flavors that I hated.
The verdict: For $3.49 this is a tasty flavor variety ready in as little as 5 minutes after attaining boiling water. This is more artichoke with a subtle hint of olive. Being that I hate olives the way that Superman hates Kryptonite and Guy Fieri hates eggs, I can actually say I wouldn’t mind eating this again and I would guy this again.
The box of Trader Joe’s Artichoke and Cheese Ravioli:
The nutritional information and the ingredients:
Out of the package you get:
After being cooked you get:
What it looks like on the inside:
What would make this better? Well sauce of course! You could open up a jar, or you could give this recipe a try: Lemon Cream Sauce with Capers and Shallots. What does it look like with the sauce you ask?
Would I buy this again? Yes. So many solid choices in terms of ravioli at Trader Joe’s. Here are the ones I’ve also reviewed: Trader Joe’s Honey Roasted Pumpkin Ravioli,Trader Joe’s Beef Bolognese Ravioli, Trader Joe’s Chicken Pot Pie Ravioli, Trader Joe’s Roasted Root Vegetable Ravioli, and Trader Joe’s Perline Pasta & Prosciutto. They’ve all been solid choices.
Want to see more items I’ve reviewed from Trader Joe’s? Click on Thoughts & Reviews of Trader Joe’s for an alphabetized list.