My Love Affair with Vegetables and Sesame Teriyaki recipe

Today, I’m super excited to chat about one of my all-time favorite dishes that’s both healthy and bursting with flavor – vegetables and sesame teriyaki. There’s something about the way those savory, slightly sweet flavors cling to crisp veggies that just makes my taste buds dance.

Vegetables and Sesame Teriyaki

Oh, the joy of combining the vibrant world of veggies with the rich, umami-packed flavors of sesame teriyaki! While I won't be diving into the specifics of a recipe today (because, you know, we're keeping it mysterious), I'm here to sprinkle some tips and tricks that'll make your veggie teriyaki game strong. So, grab your favorite greens (and reds, and yellows – we don't discriminate in the vegetable kingdom), and let's get ready to infuse them with the irresistible allure of sesame teriyaki magic. Stay tuned for some kitchen wisdom that'll turn your dish into a mouthwatering masterpiece!
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Course Appetizer, Main Course, Salad
Cuisine Japanese
Servings 4 servings
Calories 165 kcal


  • teaspoon fresh ginger finely chopped
  • 1 / 3 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
  • 1 / 3 teaspoon salt
  • 2 tablespoons vegetable oil
  • 1 large onion coarsely diced
  • 1 cup carrots into thin diagonal slices
  • 2 cups broccoli cut into bite
  • 2 cups peas whole
  • 1 large red pepper cut into strips
  • 2 teaspoons sesame seeds toasted
  • 1 / 3 cup teriyaki sauce


  • How to roast the sesame seeds: Heat a small skillet over medium heat. Add the sesame seeds and cook, stirring for 2 minutes or until rodisei. Download directly from the fire.
  • Heat 1 tablespoon vegetable oil in a wok over high heat. Add the ginger, onion and carrots. Stir for 2 minutes to polish the onion. Add the remaining vegetable oil and other vegetables. Continue stirring frequently for 5 to 7 minutes until slightly softened vegetables (crisp). Season the wok and stir in teriyaki sauce. Continue whisking until the sauce boil and cook for 1 minute. Sprinkle with sesame vegetables, stir and lower the heat.



The Veggie Lowdown

Choosing the right vegetables is crucial. You want a mix that's not only colorful but also offers a variety of textures. Think crunchy carrots, tender broccoli, and sweet bell peppers. And hey, why not throw in some edamame for a pop of protein?
Sesame Teriyaki Sauce – The Heartbeat of the Dish
Now, the sauce is where the magic happens. It's a delicate balance of sweet and savory, and getting it just right is key. If you're using store-bought teriyaki sauce, consider enhancing it with extra sesame oil or even a splash of mirin for depth.
Cooking Technique Counts
Stir-frying is a quick and healthy way to get your veggies tender-crisp, which is exactly what we're aiming for. Keep that heat high and those veggies moving in the pan to achieve the perfect char without losing their bite.
Personalize Your Plate
Finally, don't forget to make this dish your own. Love a little heat? Add a sprinkle of red pepper flakes. Want a hint of sweetness? A drizzle of honey goes a long way. This is your masterpiece, after all.
Armed with these notes, you're all set to create a vegetables and sesame teriyaki dish that's sure to impress. Whether it's for a solo dinner or a feast with friends, your creation will be the talk of the table.
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Tips and Tricks

Cooking Tips for Perfect Veggies

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When it comes to whipping up a batch of vegetables and sesame teriyaki, there are a few tips I swear by. First, always go for fresh vegetables. The crunchier, the better! I love using a mix of bell peppers, broccoli, and snap peas for a vibrant color palette on my plate.

Secondly, don’t skimp on the sesame! Toasted sesame seeds and a drizzle of sesame oil can take your dish from good to great. It adds that nutty, aromatic touch which is essential for an authentic teriyaki experience.

FAQ Time!

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Q: Can I use frozen vegetables? A: Absolutely! While fresh is best for that ultimate crunch, frozen veggies can be a time-saver. Just make sure to thaw them properly and get rid of any excess water before tossing them into the pan.

Q: What if I’m allergic to sesame? A: No worries! You can still enjoy a delicious teriyaki dish. Swap out sesame oil for a neutral oil like avocado or canola, and instead of sesame seeds, try garnishing with chopped nuts or green onions for that extra texture and flavor.

Serving Suggestions

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Now, let’s talk about serving up your vegetables and sesame teriyaki masterpiece. I love piling mine high over a bed of fluffy jasmine rice – it soaks up all that teriyaki goodness like a dream. If you’re looking to keep things low-carb, cauliflower rice or zoodles are fantastic alternatives.

And here’s a little secret – add a sunny-side-up egg on top for a silky, rich finish. Trust me, it’s a game-changer!

So there you have it, Food Easy Recipes‘s personal take on enjoying vegetables and sesame teriyaki. Whether it’s a quick weeknight dinner or a special addition to your meal prep lineup, this dish is sure to win hearts. Give it a try and let your taste buds revel in the joy of simple, delicious eating!

Until next time, keep savoring the good stuff!

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