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Beef Noodle Bowl

This recipe came from my good friend Katie!! It is really delicious!  I changed it up just a bit to use what I had on hand.  It was easy, quick and another hit with the family! 
Beef Noodle Bowl
8 oz thin spaghetti (I used a bit more.)
3 cups stir fry veggies ( I used 1 cup of fresh zucchini, carrots and celery)
1/4 cup diced onions
1 Tablespoon olive oil
3/4 - 1 pound ground beef
1/2 cup Zesty Italian Dressing
1/2 cup teriyaki sauce
Brown hamburger and drain. Cook pasta according to package directions. Drain and set aside.  Cut up veggies. Pour the olive oil in a skillet and add the veggies and onion,
Saute over medium heat until they are done to your taste. 
Add the hamburger pasta, teriyaki sauce and italian dressing. Mix to coat everything well. 
*The original recipes calls for 1 pound steak strips (instead of hamburger).
Thanks Katie for a new family favorite!!
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  1. That sounds great! I love the zesty italian and teriyaki together, that sounds intriguing. I also like the use of hamburger, much more family friendly!!

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  3. That looks really good and the nice thing about this type of recipe is you can change it up with what you have on hand. I'll bet it would be good with chicken, too. Yum!

  4. My kids love pasta and I have some frozen stir fry veggies on hand, I just need to pick up the sauces. This one looks easy and I love one pan dinners. Thank you for posting this recipe.

  5. Ohhh this looks easy enough to make and we always are looking for a ground beef recipe that is easy! Thanks my dear :)

  6. Quick and easy are my two favorite words starting in September:) Thanks for sharing.

  7. So of course this was so tempting I made it for dinner tonight ... hehe :)

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  12. That looks incredible! MMM now I am hungry lol

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  13. This looks and sounds delicious! We love yakisoba and this sounds pretty easy to make. I think we'll have to try it =o)

  14. We enjoy this too -- I thought the sauce was a little odd when I read the ingredients, but it was great flavor!

  15. Posted them both :). Thanks again sweetie!!!!

  16. This sounds great! And really I think when I try it I'm going to use the hamburger.

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  18. We love Asian style dishes! Sounds scrumptious!

  19. I must tell you we loved this so much I made it again tonigh! and you know me I rarely make anything twice!


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