This sauce has the basic ingredients of a typical teriyaki sauce (soy sauce, sugar, garlic and ginger). It is the amount of ingredients and additionals added in it that makes it more salty, savory or sweet. In this case this was a tad bit more on the "sweeter" side than I'd normally want in a Teriyaki sauce; however, my family liked it a lot so I gave this a 4 stars! I halved the entire amount of servings to yield 12 servings= 2 1/2 cups. I did grate the fresh ginger instead of just slicing the ginger root. The cooking method was approximate. When the mixture came to a slight boil, it rose and foamed up just as recipe stated. I then removed it from the heat and cool. I also chopped up the green onions, diagonally. I used this marinade for, "Amber's Sesame Chicken," "Almond Broccoli Stir-fry," and Orange Rice Medley," all from this website.
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This sauce has the basic ingredients of a typical teriyaki sauce (soy sauce, sugar, garlic and...