First off, I just found out you can't edit your review anymore. If you do, it deletes the previous one. :/ 'Don't like that. Anyway, back to now, I halved it usings 1c soy, 1/3c each brown & white, 1/8t ginger, 1/2cl garlic; then 1/8c each brown & white with 1/4c honey. It managed to be too sweet & salty. I tried diluting, too & it didn't help. This is a marinade though, not a sauce. All the other teriyaki recipes have sugar as half the amount of soy. This one's more sweetener than soy. The honey is not overpowering, but it is identifiable as an ingredient in the sauce. Maybe 1/8c each would do the trick - using 1c soy again. Maybe. :) 'Made this as an ingredient for Asian Tuna (subbing leftover tilapia, btw) Patties instead of buying. I'll try it as a marinade next week using salmon. That seems to be everyone's favorite by the reviews.
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First off, I just found out you can't edit your review anymore. If you do, it deletes the...