11 Reviews

Delicious! I added mushrooms and adjusted the sauce ingredients. Easy, light and tasty. Just what I was craving.Thanks for sharing!

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Lucky in Bayview April 11, 2014

Quick, easy and delicious! I made this just as written and it was wonderful. I love the idea of adding mushrooms; I'll do that next time. You could easily add meat or tofu and serve this as a main dish. Thanx for posting!

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*Parsley* April 06, 2014

This was delicious. I added some red pepper sauce for some extra heat. Thank you!

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yamakarasu October 30, 2011

Nice base for a quick, tasty side vegetable. I made some modifications based on what I had on hand. I used 1 zucchini and 1 summer squash. I added a couple of cloves of crushed garlic to the onion/zucchini mixture. I didn't have teriyaki sauce (I make my own), so I just added 1T of soy sauce, and 2T of brown sugar (only thing that was missing from teriyaki). I didn't have fresh ginger, so I used powdered. It came out very well. I like the sauce a little thicker, so I added about 1T of corn starch at the end. DH liked it a lot, I thought it was a little too sweet, so I'd only use 1T of brown sugar in the future (or take the time to make my teriyaki marinade). Thanks for the recipe, I will be making it again.

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WorkingMom2three July 28, 2011

This was okay, a good base recipe for Asian-flavored zucchini. Had leftover chicken boneless thighs so I threw those in, diced. I also diced my zucchini instead of cutting into strips because I like the fun bite-sizeness of it. Didn't add any ginger, personal preference, and used regular teriyaki sauce. Also threw in a dash of red chili flake peppers to the pan right before serving... nice color and extra zing!

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cali_love February 20, 2009

So simple and so tasty! I added a can of bean sprouts to mine. I can see how mushrooms would go really nicely with this. I can also see how you could add chicken or beef to make this a great one-dish meal. Great idea!

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TexasHurricane September 04, 2007

I did very much the same as echo, but added left over beef. Also I was out of teriyaki so I used Hoisn sauce. This is a great base recipie for a fast and tasty stir-fry. You can mix and match.

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happyhousewife August 27, 2007

Golly this was just sensational. Hard to imagine that a few simple ingredients became such a lovely dinner. Trying to keep the calories down so I started the onions cooking in broth. After cooking for 4 minutes I added the sesame oil but not the vegetable oil (one added flavor the other does not). Other wise made as directed. Thanks KizziKate.

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justcallmetoni July 30, 2007

This was great. I used two small zucchini but added in some leftover chicken for a one-dish supper over leftover rice.

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echo echo July 08, 2007

I think the secret is here not to overcook the zucchinis - my try of this recipe turned out great! The zucchinis were still a bit crunchy and we loved the sauce!! thanks Kizzikate - had this with with a nice big juicy hamburger!! Perfect dinner!

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Redsie June 24, 2007
Stir- Fried Zucchini & Onions