Beef Teriyaki Noodles
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 20 min.
This was easy and quick. Not sure if I’d make again. I like stir fry meals for the fresh veggies and the fresh taste rather than the frozen veggies and the packaged noodles. But again a useful recipe when in a hurry.
This was pretty tasty! I was unable to find the lo mein noodle pouch so I used Knorr brand teriyaki rice/pasta mix instead. I also used a frozen pepper blend that didn’t contain onions and omitted the mushrooms altogether (I’m the only mushroom fan in the house!). I served the entire dish over steamed jasmine rice. Thanks for an easy and tasty recipe!
Today I went to 4 stores to find the lo mein noodles and teriyaki sauce mix. I did not find it anywhere, not even at the Asian Market. Where do you buy it? Thank you!
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Had a great flavor! Really liked it!
Absolutely terrific. I marinate it in Yoshidas teriyaki marinade in a ziplock bag. Coat with corn starch before browning. Use sesame oil to brown. We loved it.
I marinated the steak overnight in garlic, salt, pepper. It had a nice flavor, and was good or quick weeknight meal. But, not the best thing ever. Might need to play with seasonings a little.
We thought this was great!
This was excellent. I marinated the steak in soy like a previous review suggested. Also cutting against the steak grain helps make it tender. I splashed the veggies and meat with a lil teriyaki while cooking. Came out great. Will definitely make again.
Marinate the steak after slicing it in soy and a little vinegar for a couple hours and this will tenderize it. Also, coat the steak with a little cornstarch before you pan fry it and it will be more like authentic Asian cuisine. It gives it a light coating and a nice texture.