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Teriyaki Glaze Marinade

Teriyaki Glaze Marinade created by HokiesMom

After trying many recipes, I found this to be the best. My mother-in-law found this marinade in the Sunday paper for me years ago. Bless her!

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  • This is really good using a thick London Broil thinly sliced across the grain.
  • Mix ingredients well.
  • Place meat and sauce in gallon ziplock bag.
  • Refrigerate and marinade for several hours or overnight.
  • Grill meat.
  • Boil remaining sauce and pour over the cooked meat or use it as a dipping sauce.
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"After trying many recipes, I found this to be the best. My mother-in-law found this marinade in the Sunday paper for me years ago. Bless her!"
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  1. WI Cheesehead
    I saw this in another chef's Top 20 cookbook. We tried this on venison steaks. I marinaded it for 8 hours. The flavor is wonderful. But next time, I would reduce the oil, as it seemed too oily - it kept separating. When using it to pour over the steaks, the oil sat on top. Will use again though. Update: maybe it was the oil, but I used grapeseed oil this time and it worked great. I used tomato sauce and added a little Worcestershire, and used the Stevia (cup for cup kind) but only used 1/4 cup and added a bit of molasses (to approximate brown sugar). OMGosh! It is to die for. Definitely upping the stars!
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  2. GingerPuppy
    Not sure why I've never reviewed this. I've made this a few times last year. I'm using it again now that I'm ready to do some grilling. I really enjoy this marinade. I've used both tomato juice and bloody mary mix depending on what I have in the house. The flavor is great on sirloin tips. I'd like to try this on chicken this year.
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  3. reneemarr
    This was wonderful! Very easy, simple ingredients. I used moose meat, marinaded it for 6 hours, cooked the meat in the sauce, then thickened with a bit of flour and served it over brown rice with roasted asparagus on the side. The kids and husband loved it! It would work great for venison, it would mask the wild flavour of it I'm sure! I'll be making it again. Only extra ingredient I added was some fresh grated ginger and next time I think I'll add some red chili flakes.
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  4. bad kitty 1116
    Make this 28 wonderful reviews! Fabulous! I used this on 7 boneless skinless chicken breasts and they were the tastiest , moistest meat to come off our grill! I marinated them for about 5 hours with half of the marinade and reserved the other half for basting. I used Mr.& Mrs. T's Bloody Mary Mix instead of the tomato juice (I didn't have any) and I added grated fresh ginger and white pepper instead of black. I also only used 1/3 cup of the canola oil. This was so great and I can't wait to try it on the London Broil. Thank you and thank your MIL for me! I served this with Vegetarian Yakisoba #187655 and egg rolls. A terrific meal! Update: this is also great on London Broil. This is my favorite marinade for grilled chicken breasts-they come out so moist and flavorful!
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  5. bad kitty 1116
    Make this 28 wonderful reviews! Fabulous! I used this on 7 boneless skinless chicken breasts and they were the tastiest , moistest meat to come off our grill! I marinated them for about 5 hours with half of the marinade and reserved the other half for basting. I used Mr.& Mrs. T's Bloody Mary Mix instead of the tomato juice (I didn't have any) and I added grated fresh ginger and white pepper instead of black. I also only used 1/3 cup of the canola oil. This was so great and I can't wait to try it on the London Broil. Thank you and thank your MIL for me! I served this with Vegetarian Yakisoba #187655 and egg rolls. A terrific meal! Update: this is also great on London Broil. This is my favorite marinade for grilled chicken breasts-they come out so moist and flavorful!
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