|Sushi and Sashimi, Teriyaki and Tempura|
|by Ian Sidaway|
This title aims to bring a fresh touch to Japanese cuisine - from the delicacy of an almost translucent tray of fresh sushi or sashimi to tempura ...
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Place beef in ... Cover with soy sauce. Add a ... sides, basting often. This needs no specific amount of ingredients but comes out the same every time.
Mix together all ingredients except garlic powder. Pour into a marinating dish. Place desired meat (sirloin, flank steak, etc.) in dish and sprinkle ...
In a medium non-stick skillet heat teriyaki sauce and wine on ... Serve over cooked rice or noodles. Recipe can be multiplied by as many people. Serves 1.
Combine all ingredients, ... rice. NOTE: Bringing sauce to a full ... potato chunks in the leftover sauce. (You may need to add a small amount of water.)
Marinate chicken in teriyaki sauce for 2 hours. ... slowly in hot oil. Reduce heat, cover and simmer 45 minutes, removing cover during the final 10 minutes.
Skin chicken (bone ... degrees for 1 hour or until tender. Baste occasionally with marinade. (I use breast halves and teriyaki. Quick, easy and delicious.)
Marinate 2 hours ... choice covered in teriyaki sauce. Preheat oven ... the fish. Bake for 10 minutes per inch of thickness. Serve immediately with rice.
Heat oil in ... Pour oyster and teriyaki sauces into well. When ... mix thoroughly. Serve immediately. Can omit chicken or add shrimp instead of chicken.
Rinse chicken pieces ... pour 1/3 cup teriyaki sauce over chicken. Coat ... uncovered at 325 degrees for about 1 hour until tender and slightly browned.
Mix the above ingredients. Marinate your meat of choice (chicken, steak tips, etc.). For best results leave in the marinade overnight. Cook on the ...
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