Chicken Teriyaki

Chicken Teriyaki

Japanese Style Chicken Teriyaki, Wok Grilled

A New Twist on an Old Favorite
A Quick Version

Teriyaki Style ia a typical Japanese cooking technique which baiscally uses a sweetened Soy Sauce marinade to grill Fish or Meat.  There are many variations, and most home cooks  use several. Continue reading

Chicken Teriyaki Another Way

How to use Soy Sauce


Fresh Ginger

Not Sugary or Syrupy
Ginger Meets Soy Meets Mirin

A classic of Japanese cuisine. For many people the term Teriyaki connotes dishes cooked ina  sugary, syrupy sauce.  But this need not be so.  Here’s a simple recipe, based on a Ginger-Soy Sauce-Mirin marinade that provides sufficient sweetness from the Mirin without any added sugar. Recipe adapted from Nancy Singleton Hachisu Continue reading

Chicken Teriyaki

Glazed Grill
A Classic Preparation

“One of the most Americanized of all Japanese recipes is teriyaki.” — Karen Green


How to use Soy Sauce

Soy Sauce

In America, the term teriyaki has come to refer to food that has been marinated in a sweet Soy marinade, then grilled or broiled.  In Japanese cuisine, the concept is the opposite: Food is grilled or broiled, then a sweetened Soy Sauce based glaze is brushed on the food as a final touch.  Its purpose is to seal in the juices in the grilled food.

The Japanese term teriyaki comes from the words teru ‘to shine’ and yaku ‘to grill.’ Elizabeth Andoh explains that the term really means “glazed: and :seared with heat,” so basically “glazed grill.” Continue reading