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This was a wonderful recipe! I needed a teriyaki marinade and didn't have any of the prepared brands in my pantry. So, I ended up using this recipe. It's a keeper. I didn't have any regular soy sauce, so I used lite soy sauce. It was totally great. I marinated pork tenderloins with this marinade for about six hours and grilled them for 20 minutes. The most tasty, tender, moist tenderloins I've ever eaten.
This is a wonderful marinade. I made it exactly as stated and used it on chicken. Excellent flavor and I will be making this again. Thanks for sharing this recipe. :-)
Great teriyaki recipe! If you like ginger, it has a nice ginger zing. It is too thin to really be a "sauce" -- definitely just a marinade. However, I suppose you could reduce it and make a sauce?
Terrific as a marinade; I used to marinate tofu, and it was just right. However, this is not really a sauce: to fluid, and what's more important: way too salty. Hence 4 stars instead of 5 (as a marinade it earns a five-star rating).
This was good, but mine was really salty. Don't know what I did wrong or what to cut to make it less salty.
This is a great marinade! Exactly what I was looking for. I reduced the ginger and dry mustard just a bit. Next time, instead of grilling chicken, I plan to try using this recipe with beef tenderloin. Thanks Peaceful Solution.