Halal Kewpie Japanese Teriyaki Sauce 1000ml
The word teriyaki combines two Japanese words: teri, meaning luster, and yaki, meaning grill or broil. Though technically a cooking style, teriyaki in the United States generally refers to the associated sauce, which adds an amber-colored gloss and salty-sweet flavor to grilled meats and vegetables.
✅ Main Ingredients: Soy sauce
✅ Most Common Use: As a marinade or glaze for meat, poultry, fish, and vegetables
Teriyaki Sauce Uses
✅ Teriyaki sauce is most often used as a marinade or a glaze for meats and fish. It's best known for its combination with grilled chicken, but it also works in the oven or broiler, in a skillet on the stovetop, in a slow cooker, and in a wok for stir-frying. You can also drizzle it on the plate just before serving or put it on the table for use as a dipping sauce, for example, with potstickers or kabobs. It makes a great addition to the ground beef in a burger and can be used in place of barbecue sauce on ribs.
What Does It Taste Like?
✅ A sweet and tangy sticky sauce, authentic teriyaki delivers a big hit of salty umami from its simple base of soy sauce and mirin. Less traditional teriyaki recipes often include flavors such as garlic, ginger, citrus, and sesame.
Teriyaki Sauce Recipes
✅ You can add teriyaki flavor to just about any protein or vegetable, including tofu and tempeh. Japanese chefs commonly cook fish and other seafood with a teriyaki glaze, and teriyaki chicken is a menu mainstay in Japanese restaurants, both in the United States and in Japan.
-Japanese Restaurant-Style Teriyaki Sauce
-Grilled Teriyaki Shrimp