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Teriyaki Sauce

August 25th, 2009 at 08:01 pm

Just google "teriyaki sauce" and there are recipes galore.

I find this one to be fine. I just keep it in tupperware in the fridge - we use it often enough that I don't bother dating it or anything. I am sure one could buy a nicer container for their teriyaki sauce.

Anyway, I perused google but couldn't find my recipe so I will just share it. I just don't know where I got it or who to give credit to (oh well).

& I am sure there are BETTER recipes. After perusing the internet a bit, I think I may try some others.

1.5 cups soy sauce
1/2 cup brown sugar
3 Tbsp Sherry (I use cooking sherry)
1 Tbsp garlic powder (I use fresh garlic)
1 tsp ginger powder

Stir until sugar dissolves.


4 Responses to “Teriyaki Sauce”

  1. whitestripe Says:

    oh wow. i didn't know that was teriyaki, i use that kind of recipe in my stirfries all the time! thanks for giving me the name lol.

  2. Looking Forward Says:

    Yum! Mixing spices I've done, but I've never really thought to make teriyaki sauce. Thank you!
    BTW - love your blog, money & food my 2 favorite things! Big Grin

  3. Broken Arrow Says:

    Hmm! Silly me, I've never actually thought of just making Teriyaki sauce before.... However, when I do need it, I do try to find one from a nearby Asian supermarket. You know, one of those bulk, very large containers that Chinese restaurants use. They're fairly affordable I think, considering how long they will last.... I love Teriyaki sauce. Big Grin Your method is probably better since I can control the specific taste and quantity. Will have to give that a whirl. Thanks!

  4. monkeymama Says:

    I forgot to add - I always add fresh chopped green onions to it (when I serve it). Just don't store those for long.

    What's a soy based sauce without green onions? YUM!

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