"Easy and wonderful teriyaki marinade for barbeque or roasting. For a zestier marinade, use lime or lemon juice; for a milder version, use water. If you would like to use the marinade as a sauce, you can boil it after removing the meat and add a little slurry of cornstarch and warm water to thicken it. When I make the sauce, I usually add some sesame seeds for looks. You can add fresh or ground ginger if you like, too." — Denyse
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I didn't have orange juice, so I added some honey instead. Turned out perfect! You can adjust this marinade any way you want and it will likely turn out great.
Didn't have much flavor, marinated for 4 hours. Used flank steak. If I use this again, because it's easy, I will try to marinate overnight to see if the flavor is maximized. I did, however, boil the marinade and poured some over each serving, which helped to give some flavor. Otherwise, the meat alone was flavorless.
Excellent sauce! I stumbled across this recipe when I was looking for a recipe to dress up store bought teriyaki sauce. After reading the reviews, I tossed the store bought marinade in the trash. I changed the recipe slightly by adding 2 more cloves of garlic, 2 tsp of minced candied ginger, and 1 tbl of cornstarch. I microwaved it on high for 3 minutes and then poured it over skinless, boneless, chicken breasts that I had pounded flat. I baked it at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. The sauce thickened nicely, and I had plenty to put on top of the chicken. I served it all over steamed jasmine rice, and topped it with fresh cilantro and sliced green onions. It had a wonderful flavor and so much better than any other teriyaki that I have had.
This recipe is GREAT on steak for me it lost a little bit on chicken. I did add ginger and extra garlic.
I added some chopped green onion. I let my meat (beef) marinade for almost 24 hours before cooking it. This was good but I think it's missing something. Maybe rice vinegar? I'm not sure.
An EXCELLENT marinade!!! I definitely recommend taking the time to make sauce with the marinade!!!
this is a great sauce! I use it every time I make stir fry and my husband LOVES it! I put a pinch of crushed red pepper in it to give it a good punch. LOVE IT! LOVE IT! LOVE IT!!
Love, love, love this recipe. It is so good on pork, that is the only one I use. I gave it to my sister also, and she loves it too.
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