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I've loved this recipe since I found it in the Kraft Food & Family book, but I have found that using regular Italian dressing seems to taste better than the Zesty Italian and sometimes I even add a bit more to get an even balance of flavors. Sometimes I'll add a bit more ginger if I want it to have a little more bite to it. I also double the recipe and use a whole box of pasta to feed my family of five (and so I have leftovers for my husband's lunch). The whole family loves it and it's one of the recipes that is brought up frequently when I ask them what they want for dinner. Thanks for posting!

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PSU Lioness November 29, 2011

Super delicious, and very very easy. Only problem is, the recipe doesn't tell how much ginger to use, but step two says to add ginger.

**UPDATE
(Thank you to whoever edited to recipe to include the amount of ginger!!)

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Mich910 July 11, 2011

We really like this. I always add more like 1/2 cup or more teriyaki sauce. Everyone we've served it to has enjoyed it.

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mich26 March 10, 2009

This just didn't make it for us, but thanks for sharing anyway.

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Chris Reynolds September 14, 2008

This was enjoyable. My only complaint was that the flavor of the dressing was too subtle. I had 2 lbs. of meat, so I doubled the amount of dressing and teriyaki sauce, but you could barely taste either. I used thin Chinese noodles instead of the linguine. I will probably make this again, as it was super easy and tasty, but I will add more dressing.

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Kay D. March 18, 2008

This was good for a quick lunch, but it would have gotten more stars if it hadn't been so salty. If I can find a low-sodium teriyaki sauce, I'll make it again. The flavor was good--just a little too salty for me. Also, the only changes I made were to use whole wheat egg noodles instead of linguine, and shrimp in place of the beef. Overall, a good and quick recipe to make, but I'll be sure to look for lower-sodium options when I make it again.

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Heaven's Kitchen January 03, 2007
Beef Noodle Bowl