Was looking for a quick and easy recipe for chicken teriyaki dinner. This was perfect. I usually like to make things a little more in depth, i.e. fresh garlic and ginger but I was in a rush. I simply cooked up some onions and peppers, set them aside and then began cooking the chicken in a little soy sauce and oil after marinating in soy sauce for 15 minutes. I drained off the marinade after cooking for about 4 minutes, added my veggies and the teriyaki sauce and turned up the heat until it thickened. Super quick, super easy. Thanks for sharing!
Yum yum yum
Wonderful! I typically try a good 5 to ten recipes. Mix and match ingredients etc... Then finally come out with something good. First try and this was great! I added fresh limon juice after I reached the desired thickness. I also used half low sodium soy and half normal soy to cut down on the salt. Added 1/4 tps seasomy oil and wow! It was great!
This is the best recipe I have found for teriyaki sauce! I made mine with powdered instead of ground ginger bit I don't think there was a too noticeable difference. I also made it on the sweeter side but all the right flavors are there so the sweet is nicely balanced. It was so quick and easy. I probably will never buy pre-made stuff again. Thank you!
I really like this recipe. I found it to be a really great base sauce. I did add a small amount of rice wine vinegar and Hoisin sauce the second time I made it just to deepen the flavors a little bit and meet my own personal taste.
Use fresh garlic, shallots, and a bit of parsley. Add a dash of seasoned rice vinegar. You'll thank me.
Easy, Peasy! Thank you for an easy recipe with what I have in my pantry
Absolutely delicious! I make this recipe and toss it in with my stir fry and mmmmmm sooooo good!! <3<3
amazing sauce. I used it as a marinade (without the slurry) and as a sauce after grilling the chicken. Big hit with the fam. I used chopped green onion and julienne carrots for garnish to give it a little pop of color.
Simple to make and a great substitute teriyaki when needed. Plenty thick to use as glaze while grilling or as a marinade. I found it a bit on the blander side for true teriyaki, but was still good. Works well with low sodium soy sauce too.