Ready in 45 minutes
You may use a combination of half the marinade ingredients and half commercial yakitori sauce or marinade, if you wish.
"This is really good marinade. My family loved it. We didn't put it on skewers. We just served it over rice and used the leftover marinade to pour over rice and beef. Next time I will slice meat really thin so it will turn out crunchy."- Britanytapani
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in 9x5 inch loaf pan, combine soy sauce, lemon juice, sugar, garlic, ginger, oil, sesame seeds and onion. Thread meat on 18 to 20 six inch bamboo skewers, pushing the skewer in and out as though sewing. Place skewered meat in marinade, turn to coat all sides. Cover and refrigerate 4 hours; drain.
Arrange on broiler pan and broil 5 to 8 inches from heating element. Broil 1.5 to 2 minutes; turn to broil 1 minute longer. Serve hot.
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jeanetteskelly 2 months agoI had this for dinner at my daughters house and joined the site when I got home! Already in my favorites.
jacquizurawski 2 months agoReally good!
summerpls 7 months agoThe only thing I have a problem with is that the calorie count on this says 801 calories per serving?? That figure has to be wrong. There is no way that a lean cut of beef marinated in these ingredients would have that's my calories per serving!
ourfoods 8 months ago
Aimeelady 8 months agoIts really really great tasting, just the best marinade Ive ever had, very easy to make. People were asking for more of it to put on their rice and grilled vegetables all day. Going in favorites.
babygirlnugent 11 month ago
Britanytapani 1 year agoThis is really good marinade. My family loved it. We didn't put it on skewers. We just served it over rice and used the leftover marinade to pour over rice and beef. Next time I will slice meat really thin so it will turn out crunchy.
jmschaub 1 year agoVery good stuff. There is an error in the recipe though. The ingredients calls for sugar the verbage calls for oil. I went with the oil.
BrittleStar 2 years agoVery good. I used it as a steak marinade and completely forgot to ad sugar but it was still fabulous
Cmscott 2 years agoGreat recipe - very tender and flavorful. My picky eater had seconds!
Omnivorous_Knid 2 years agoI concur, touch more garlic but otherwise pretty great. This recipe has fans in my restaurant staff for a snack on the job. Pretty clean recipe, just shows It's all in the execution.
Boomerman 2 years agoThese were a hit at our Christmas party last night! Thanks :)
shanban31207 2 years agoLove it! I used chuck streak, sliced it thin, added a bit more garlic and ginger than called for, and ate it all! Mahalo for the recipe
MinnaPepina 2 years agoAbolutely fantastic! Rave reviews from family! Please keep posting these great recipes!
ronda.anderson 2 years ago
Russe197 2 years agoUsing this same recipe as a marinate for my steaks tonight.
robinkd 2 years agommmm so good and simple!
CCheryl 3 years agogreat photo, you should be proud, it makes me hungry, keep them great recipes coming, CCheryl
Firebyrd 4 years ago[I posted this recipe.]