Here’s a quick recipe explaining how to make thin and thick Teriyaki sauce, so delicious!
You can store this Teriyaki sauce for a few weeks into a lidded jar in your refrigerator.
The thin sauce can be used in all your Asian cuisine recipes and the thick one can be used as a BBQ sauce or in all your Asian cuisine recipes that call for Teriyaki.
All ingredients can be easily found in Asian grocery stores.
1 garlic clove
About 1-inch fresh ginger root
3 tsp sesame oil
1/3 cup (65 g.) brown sugar
2/3 cups (150 ml) soy sauce
2/3 cups (150 ml) Mirin
1/4 cup (50 ml) Sake
Optional: A few sesame seeds
Into a small saucepan, heat the sesame oil, add the garlic clove and ginger chunk and roast for until fragrant, add the brown sugar, soy sauce, Sake and Mirin, stir to dissolve the sugar and simmer until the mixture thickens
For thin Teriyaki, remove from heat when you see that it starts to thicken
For thick Teriyaki, remove once it has thickened, note that the Teriyaki will continue to thicken whilst cooling so don’t go too far
Remove the garlic clove and ginger root before pouring into a lidded jar
Store for a few weeks in your refrigerator
Recipe from How to Make Sushi (altered), click here for his method
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