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Try this Joans Favorite Teriyaki Sauce recipe, or contribute your own.
Mix all in screw top jar and shake well to dissolve sugar. marinade steak or chicken overnight or use as a glaze or basting sauce when baking or barbecuing.Most delicious Posted to Recipe Archive - 3 November 96 Date: Sun, 3 Nov 96 13:20:43 EST submitted by: LIR119@delphi.com
kyjaxmom 3y agoSo delicious! I doubled the amount of garlic and ginger, I happen to love, love, love ginger! I put this on pork chops threw them under the broiler and they were amazing! My boys are 14 and 9 and could not get enough, and my 9 year old is extremely picky! So much better than any store bought brand I have ever tried.
ianmoir 3y agoGreat sauce. We reduced the brown sugar to 1 cup and increased the garlic. But that was a minor tweak to a super easy and tremendous recipe!!??
ahp1984 5y agoReally good so much better than store bought I tasted some before using as a marinade for ribeye steaks very very tasty can't wait to grill the ribeyes
handos 5y agoWe loved this recipe! So simple and yummy. I added some water and cornstarch to make it a thick dipping sauce.
Dugpark 6y agoGreat recipe and using the right soy sauce allows for a very tasty GF teriyaki!
Feartek 6y agoThe whole family loved this sauce. My youngest is a very picky eater and she ate all the left over rice with this sauce. She never eats rice. I didn't marinade my chicken as long as it says too, only an hour but it was great with the rice and broccoli . Will make this a few times a month.
saritasd1 6y agoNot as salty as many others I've tried. Delicious! I used lite soy sauce with it.
Getinmybelly 6y agoThis is very good, make sure to use fresh ingredients.
cindywh 6y agoReally good and easy to make! Thanks!