Posted: 3/16/2010 12:14:39 PM
Yummy - just made it for lunch! I will be passing this recipe along, as well as changing it up w/chicken and cashews. Could not find the exact veggies; however, found asian veggies & added a little teriyaki sauce.
Posted: 3/12/2010 7:01:31 PM
i've been on the lookout for a simple but tasty teriyaki recipe for ages, and i think i may have found it. i'm not fond of ground beef, however, so i used small chunks of sirloin instead, and it worked quite well.
Linda from MN said:
Posted: 1/26/2010 6:31:51 PM
We loved this recipe! I will make it again often. However, I am going to change it up and see how chicken will work instead of beef. Then I would also change the peanuts to cashews.
Posted: 12/18/2009 7:21:11 PM
My family has enjoyed this for 20 years....it was a staple of my son and his wife when he was in college and they had a very limited budget. Each family unit has added to or taken away from the ingrediants to make it their own. We call it "Poor Man's Chinese". lol
Posted: 11/4/2009 11:54:13 AM
My teenage Mr. picky son read this recipe over my shoulder and thought it looked good. We tried it that night and he loved it as well as the rest of my family. It was super easy to make, and very inexpensive. It will definetly be a keeper in my recipe box. Thank you Doughboy!
Posted: 10/24/2009 6:19:50 PM
The recipe does not tell you anything about noodles in the recipe.
Posted: 10/16/2009 7:12:44 AM
I doubled this for my husband and myself. We enjoyed it very much. I would make this again!
Posted: 9/10/2009 11:14:15 AM
I added five minutes to the prep and another star to the recipe by slowly taosting some sesame seeds in sesame oil, coarse salt, and a dash of crushed red pepper. When they became fragrant I sprinkled them on top. Delicious. You can also add a spot of sesame oil to the ramen noodles while they boil to make them more flavorful
Posted: 8/7/2009 12:31:25 PM
This is a great, easy meal. My husband and I both love this, and has become one of our standards for an easy lunch. If I can't find the Teriyaki vegetables with sauce, I will use a chinese frozen vegetable mix and add some Teriyaki sauce.
Posted: 5/29/2009 8:28:15 PM
Very easy. I substituted chicken breasts and used low sodium soy to help decrease the fat and sodium content %0d%0a(both are very HIGH) in the original recipe.