Hi I fixed this last night. I added green and red peppers to this. My family told me that it tasted more like plain roast beef instead of teriyaki beef. With that said everyone thought it was delicious I served it over plain white rice. The next day I buttered french bread in oven added heated beef on top with sauteed onions and melted cheese on top for sandwiches. It was to die for. Be sure to add some of the juice.
Very good. Fast and easy. I cut the beef into strips the night before while they were frozen, I hate touching raw meat. I added a bit more teriyaki and cornstarch as well. I'll make it again.
this was a very good recipe me and my family loved it. the only thing i did diferent was marinate the beef in the sauce over night.
This was a good basic recipe. It was easy to make but we thought it was missing something. I followed the recipe as written other then I used ground ginger instead of fresh.
Easy, tasty, and practical for a hot night when I didn't want to hover over the grill. But I would prefer a more intensely Asian flavor with more soy sauce, garlic, sherry, etc.
I read the other review's and added some cornstarch to the sauce, red pepper flakes, and more teriyaki sauce. Also had a few green peppers that needed to be used so thinly sliced them and added along with the broccoli and carrots. Very good! Served with AuntWoofieWoof's Garlic Butter Rice for a tasty supper.
This was easy to make, but the sauce was too thin. I will add some cornstarch next time. I think it needs garlic, also. It is a good, basic recipe that can have lots of things added for personal preferences.
Very quick and easy weeknight meal to put together with great flavor. I made this as directed except to double the sauce and add a sliced yellow pepper and serve over rice. Next time I make this I'll add some cruched red peppers and lots of garlic (personal preference) with a little more teriyaki sauce. Served this to my sister and BIL for dinner last night and it was enjoyed by all. Thanks for sharing.