This was a great marinade; the flavor was yummy, I had everything on hand and it was simple. I reduced the recipe to 1/3 of the original amount. I marinated 3 regular size chicken breasts; I cut them into bite-sized pieces and cooked them in a wok. I saved the marinade, and after the meat was done, I sauteed the veggies, removed them, returned the chicken to the wok, with marinade, brought it to a boil, and added a tsp. of cornstarch, to thicken the marinade into sauce. And it tasted so good, I forgot to mix the veggies back in before the pic! This is terrific, Live/Laugh/Love, and thanks for sharing!
Great teriyaki marinade. I made 1/2 of the recipe and it was very simple to put together. I marinated a pork chop to make Teriyaki Grilled Pork Chops for almost 24 hours. Thanks I<3 Cookbooks for an easy and tasty marinade. Made for PAC Spring 2010.
Very yummy with easy ingredients. I marinaded chicken strips and then baked them in 1/2 the marinade and then stirred them through hokkien noodles so we had a lovely dinner.
Great flavor! I loved that the soy sauce was not overpowering at all. Everything was on hand & this was so easy to throw together this morning. I used chicken strips, marinated them all day, stir-fried them & served with rice & veggies tonight. The only thing I would change next time is to borrow Alli's sauce reduction idea. We can't wait to try this on pork & the BBQ too, when warm weather comes around again. :) Thanks for sharing, I<3Cookbooks!
Wonderful teriyaki marinade, which I used on boneless skinless chicken breast. I only made 1/2 of the sauce and probably should have only made 1/4 of the recipe for 2 servings, as it makes alot. This was quick and easy to get together with ingredients I always have on hand. I served it with rice, grilled onions and red pepper kabob. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Made for PAC Fall 09!!