Green Beans and Carrots With Teriyaki Sauce

"I love veggies when they have Teriyaki sauce!"
 
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Ready In:
20mins
Ingredients:
7
Serves:
6
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ingredients

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directions

  • In a medium saucepan cook beans and carrots in small amount of boiling water for 7-10 minutes (covered with lid).
  • Drain and set veggies aside.
  • Melt butter in pan and stir in cornstarch, adding the teriyaki sauce and water.
  • Return veggies to pan and toss gently.
  • Heat through and sprinkle with sesame seeds.

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Reviews

  1. Derf2440
    My DH loved these green beans and carrots, I liked them too but found them a little sweet for me. I will make them again but would use a little teriyaki sauce, loved the sesame seeds, nice finish.
     
  2. Doreen
    First time I had teriyaki sauce on vegetables, it was delicious. I steamed them and then sauteed them in a little sesame oil. They tasted wonderful with the toasted sesame seeds. Thank you Cricket for sharing!
     
  3. C and Ds Mommy
    YUM!!! Made it almost exactly like said, but with steamed veggies instead of boiled. Added a touch of garlic too. Thanks for sharing!!!
     
  4. Elmotoo
    Quick & easy & delicious. Just how I like it. I used my Pampered Chef microwave steamer gizmo instead of boiling for about 7 minutes & all was perfect. Made for PAC 9/06. Thanks Cricket*!
     
  5. PaulaG
    I loved the combination of green beans and carrots. The green beans were baby French green beans and instead of cutting them, I left them whole and cut the carrots to match the length of the beans. I cook the beans and carrots until crisp tender in the microwave and then poured the sauce over. The sesame seeds were lightly toasted. The only thing I might add would be a touch of honey to the sauce.
     
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Hello! I'm Roxygirl's daughter and live in Arlington, Va, which is 5 minutes away from DC. I'm a complete bookworm, no questions asked. I'm a progressing Irish Dancer with a flair for writing. I love to play my clarinet and I LOVE music in general. I happen to also be a swimmer. I'm new to cooking, but have always "helped" in the kitchen. My one pet peeve is Arrogant people. My favorite foods to cook are desserts, since I have a large sweet tooth. I'll mostly be doing reviews, since I'll be swamped with schoolwork.
 
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