I could lick my fingers for a whole day after eating this! I made the thighs in the oven rather than grilling and the sauce was amazing! It must have been the ketchup. When the kids are eating it too,be sure it's VERY tasty. Thanks for sharing. Made for ZWT6.Go Vagabonds!
OMG the Best & Easiest teriyaki sauce ever! I didn't have enough ginger and garlic so I added 1 generous tsp each and it's still full of flavor. This recipe made a huge batch of marinade.
Grilled teriyaki chicken is a pleaser in my house, so I used the chicken to mix with Peanut Chicken(Or Beef) Bowl for the family and I had the chicken mixed with broccoli and some teriyaki sauce. I only marinated for a bout 30 min. but the chicken turned out with a nice flavor. Thanks Lavender Lynn, for posting. Roxygirl
This made for very moist and flavorful chicken. I reduced the amount of sesame oil, as a personal preference. I also made a double batch of the marinade (reserved from raw chicken) so my husband could pour extra sauce over his rice - by itself, the sauce is REALLY tangy. Served with rice and steamed veggie medley. Thanks for posting!
This is such an easy recipe to make and the flavor is really wonderful. I marinated the chicken for about 5 hours and then put them on the grill for about 10 minutes. Thanks!!
Loved this recipe!
This is a nice marinade - I was only able to marinate for about an hour and there was still plenty of flavor. I used it over beef cubes and shrimp. Delicious!
Made For Welcome to Asia -- don't forget your fork, ZWT4 2008. What a wonderful teriyaki sauce. Will not buy bottled any more. Served with steamed rice, red and yellow peppers, carrots, snow peas, corn and broccoli. Thanks for sharing Lynn.
This is a quick delicious recipe. I marinated the skinless chicken breasts for 2 nights since I wasn't able to cook it right away. I was afraid the sesame oil might overpower the taste of it, so grilled it right away this morning,went out and when I came back at night, found that hardly any was left. It really must be good, if DH ate almost all of it for his lunch and dinner. At least I was able to have 2 pieces. Glad there was no strong sesame oil flavor in it. In fact, the chicken was tender and flavorful. Thanks!
What a beautiful blend of flavors! We finally hit the near 60 mark in the Puget Sound area so today was a grilling day! I had actually made this for our OAMC by dumping the chicken and marinade into a freezer bag, let it thaw in the fridge, and had DH grill it "low and slow". We'll definitely be eating this often throughout the summer grilling season. Thanks for posting, Lavendar Lynn!