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Teriyaki Marinade II Recipe
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Teriyaki Marinade II

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"A great marinade for chicken or beef."

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  • PREP

    10 mins

    10 mins


  1. In a large bowl, combine soy sauce, garlic, green onions, ginger, sugar and pepper. Add the vinegar, oil and Worcestershire sauce. Mix well.
  2. Marinate meat in this mixture for several hours before grilling outdoors.
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Feb 05, 2006

This was also great for vegetables. I used it without the worchestershire. You have to be careful if you want to use this as a sauce, however! Add a little extra pepper and thin it with water until it's at a salt level that you like. Then stir in some cornstarch and bring to a boil to thicken.

Most Helpful Critical Review
May 19, 2010

Perhaps I accidentally used more Worcestershire sauce than called for, because I thought its taste was way too pronounced to call this marinade "Teriyaki". If I make this again, I want to try using only half the W. sauce, if at all. Boiling the remaining marinade and reducing it slightly made a nice mop sauce to brush on the chicken while grilling.

May 14, 2004

This was pretty good. I think when I make this again I will substitute sherry for the vinegar, brown sugar instead of white, less ginger, and add some liquid smoke. Thanks for the recipe April.

Jun 20, 2007

This was a delicious marinade that I used on chicken shish kabobs, and it made the chicken taste so good and tender. I marinated the chicken over night and then I brushed it over the whole shish kabob before grilling. Just be careful not to marinade it longer than over night, because I made the mistake of marinading for two days, and all you could taste is soy sauce. Way too salty this way. I highly recommend this recipe if it's not marinaded too long.

Jun 05, 2006

Great, easy recipe! I used vidalia onion instead. Everything else I used just as recipe calls for. Doubled the recipe and marinaded pork chops for about 1 hour. Then used remaining liquid and sauteed veggies in same mixture. Crowd pleaser!!! See my photo!

Jan 25, 2005

Works well on chicken. I like to take the bite sized pieces of marinated chicken and cook them in a pan with a small amount of the marinade. Then I add some water and veggies to soak up the flavor. When I'm about to take it off the heat I add a little bit of cornstarch that has been dissolved in water so that I get a nice glaze. My favorite veggies for this are broccoli, cauliflower and mushrooms.

Mar 24, 2004

Pretty good April, it was quick, easy, and cheap. Used it on a Chuck Roast, marinated it for about 6 hours, came out tender and tasty. Thanks

May 17, 2012

i will be making my own beef teriyaki from now on, me and my family really enjoy this marinade!


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