Ohhhh - this was good! It actually deserves a 10 because it was easy too! Delicious mix of flavours and the bonus is its also healthy. I had all the ingredients on hand which was great and really nice to have a recipe for 2. I have uploaded some photos - hope you enjoy them as much as we enjoyed eating this tasty meal. I had always wondered how the Japanese restaurant got things to taste so good - thank you for a insight into the magic combinations! Who knew it could be this easy! Oh - I also didn't have much teriyaki marinade left afterwards. Added water so it didn't boil dry and it turned out nicely - I'll try a lower heat next time... or double it as suggested too. The sauce is too yummy and it wouldn't go to waste. :)
This is very, very nice. The cucumber salsa is delicious and I have used it separately as well. Thanks, Syrah!
Great taste to this one! I loved the cucumber salsa (and I even did it wrong - mixed in the vinegar and sugar before realizing they were supposed to be cooked). The marinade was delicious, but I didn't have any left over after the meat was cooked, so next time I'll definitely double it. Thanks for posting!
I made this dish as a part of a Japanese meal with inari sushi and a vegetable and tofu stew and it was perfect. I didn't have time to make the salsa so I just served it on a lettuce leaf with some extra marinade. My guests enjoyed it thouroughly. Thanks for the recipe!
This recipe is fabulous! I prepared the marinade and salsa the night before. The steak had wonderful flavor from marinating all night. I served with rice and my guests all loved this recipe. Very easy to put together and great flavor. Thanks for a terrific recipe!
What a great recipe! Perfect Teriyaki flavor! I did double the liquid for the cucumber salsa though.I'm not sure what a Lenanese cucumber is, so I used an English cucumber (that's just a seedless cucumber) I served this with soba noodles and vegetables instead of rice becauce we are not big rice eaters here. Thank you for posting this! Edited to add that I used a 2 pound London Broil but the recipe calls for a filet steak, so my picture looks a little different than the recipe, but I did slice it nice and thin.