|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 ...
Results 1 - 10 of 144 for teriyaki marinade
Place 1 1/2 to 2 lbs. round steak in a covered container (non-metallic). In a jar (or in a blender) combine ingredients and shake well or process ...
Note: A can ... (or mince). Combine all ingredients. Marinate meat (good on any kind) overnight in a Ziploc bag. Discard any remaining marinade after use.
This recipe is ... smaller amount of marinade, simply reduce ... amount of sauce over grilled steaks or chicken and serve remaining sauce in a gravy dish.
Mix ingredients together. Soak steak for at least one hour and then grill. Chicken can be cooked right in the mixture in the oven. I usually use ...
Mix all the ... it in the marinade overnight. The pineapple ... recipe is especially good on beef, pork, chicken, and salmon. Grill or broil as desired.
Mix well and pour over flank steak. Marinate flank steak overnight. Grill to medium rare and slice against grain.
Marinade your favorite meat - beef, chicken. To make teriyaki steak, use large ... wooden skewers on grill. Makes great hors d'oeuvres for an outdoor party.
Combine all ingredients. Marinate meat several hours or overnight. Great for chicken cutlets, pork and beef. Wonderful before grilling.
In a bowl mix together ginger, garlic, sugar, oil, and wine to form a paste. Add soy sauce, stir well. Marinate meat in sauce 30 minutes to 1 hour ...
Mix soy sauce ... shallow pan. Place steak in mixture. Turn steak a few times in marinade. Put in refrigerator overnight, turn steak again next day. Grill.
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