- 1 pound zucchini (3 medium-sized, julienned or spiralized)
- 1 medium onion (minced)
- 3 cloves garlic (minced)
- 1 tablespoon low sodium soy sauce
- 1 tablespoon toasted sesame seeds
- 2 tablespoons low sodium teriyaki sauce
- 2 tablespoons vegetable oil
- kosher salt
- freshly ground black pepper
- fresh cilantro (chopped, for garnish)
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
chichi lockhart 2 days ago
it was missing something. no flavor
Chelsea Jensen 6 days ago
it was ok, bit too watery and not enough flavor for my taste. wish the sauce was thicker. i added carrots, mushrooms and siracha
Julie 11 days ago
Nice recipe, but I think next time I will add carrots and mushrooms for texture and flavor. I'd like to add some herbs also. You could vary this recipe toward many tastes.
Paek 14 days ago
I didn’t have teriyaki sauce, so I used soy Ginger dressing. My daughter and I loved it
Brandy 18 days ago
Doubled the sauce and it was delicious!
Cali K. 19 days ago
Really easy but added more of each sauce to give more flavor. Also, used sesame oil for onion and zucchini instead.
Michael 26 days ago
Delicious! I doubled this recipe and was still not enough to feed 5. I ended up using a carrot skinner to peel zucchini strips because I didn't read the instructions before going to the supermarket. turn out great still, a little fatter slices of zucchini worked well with the rest of the ingredients.
Hayday 22 Aug
Added grilled halloumi and soba noodles xxx
Caitlin 15 Aug
This was okay. Not that great in my opinion. I modified it by adding carrots, mushrooms, and pan fried tofu.
Karen 14 Aug
Amazing!!!! Filling and satisfying
Meghan 13 Aug
Really big hit with the family.
Francesca C. 2 Aug
It was delicious! Will definitely be making this dish again! Not bland at ALL! The perfect amount of flavoring! I added a little Sriracha to my own portion to spice it up and it was just what I was craving!
Mirza 1 Aug
For what I was looking for (a healthy side dish to pair with an Asian chicken recipe I make), it was really good. Low-calorie and an easy way to add some veggies to my day.
Barron Yerxa 31 Jul
To be honest it was very bland, very boring and had no depth of flavour. We won't be making this again. To anyone that would like to try to make this dish, I highly recommend you improvise with more ingredients.
Michelle Guida 31 Jul
Delicious! Will be making again
Val 24 Jul
Super yummy and super easy! I added some chicken, using the same recipe for the teriyaki sauce, and added some other veggies and it was perfect!
Krystal Masteller 23 Jul
Fantastic! Would recommend not using a lot of zucchini since it gets mushy when cooking!
Becca loera 22 Jul
Turned out really delicious!! I put a little extra teriyaki and soy sauce, but it was still amazing!! Super easy to make for anyone who wants just an easy meal.
Gabe Loera 22 Jul
It was great and easy to prepare! Everyone loved it.
Yummly User 15 Jul
Shows noodles but no mention of noodles in the recipe. What looks like noodles doesn't look like zucchini.
Heather Wiens 12 Jul
really good! used my mandoline to julienne the zucchini, which means the cooking time was shorter. definitely will make again-- my garden is producing tons of zucchini right now!
Fox 9 Jul
Delicious. Will make it again
Trina Little 6 Jul
first time zoodilng, used sesame oil instead. turned out pretty good
Jenee 5 Jul
Very good! Easy to make and really yummy!
Moki 26 Jun
Awesome and simple recipe!!!
pat 19 Jun
Delicious!! Will make again
Katie B. 12 Dec 2017
Through in some teriyaki tofu, yum but needed something else for texture. Going to try zoodles with Italian next time!
Foodiful 28 Oct 2017
I liked this very much but I think next time im going to add the sauce before stir cooking it for 2 minutes so it gets better flavor. I made this with Honey Ginger Pork chops and it was amazing. <3
Irene G. 1 Aug 2017
It was real good and not over powering with the sauce