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Teriyaki Sauce

Teriyaki sauce is a flavorful Japanese condiment commonly used in marinating and glazing various types of meat, poultry, and fish dishes. It has a rich, savory taste that combines sweet, salty, sour, and umami flavors. Its primary ingredients include soy sauce, mirin (a sweet rice wine), sake (Japanese rice wine), and sugar or honey, with additional ingredients like garlic or ginger for added depth of flavor. Due to its versatility, teriyaki sauce has become increasingly popular in Western cuisine. Home cooks can use it to elevate simple dishes, such as stir-fries, grilled meats, and noodle dishes, or in fusion recipes that incorporate other culinary traditions.
#9
IN SAUCES
89
CAL / 100G
$0.15
AVG / OZ
teriyaki sauce
72%
CARBS
0%
FAT
28%
PROTEIN
Teriyaki Sauce FAQ
When it comes to cooking with teriyaki sauce, the most common questions often revolve around when to apply it in the cooking process, how much to use, and what dishes it is best suited for. A common mistake is adding teriyaki sauce too early when grilling or baking, causing it to caramelize and burn due to its high sugar content. For maximum flavor without burning, it's best to marinate the meat with the sauce prior to cooking, but apply a fresh coat of sauce towards the end of the cooking process. To maximize teriyaki sauce flavor, don't dilute it too much with other liquids. Also, experiment with different additions like sesame seeds, pineapple juice, or even a bit of spice according to personal taste preferences. A lesser known tip about teriyaki sauce - did you know that 'teriyaki' isn't the sauce, but the cooking technique? In Japanese, 'teri' refers to the lacquered, shiny sheen given by the sugar content, and 'yaki' refers to the cooking method of grilling or broiling.
How much teriyaki sauce should I use?
Why is my teriyaki sauce burning?
Can I use teriyaki sauce in a vegetarian dish?
Can I use teriyaki sauce as a stir-fry sauce?
Does it matter what type of soy sauce I use to make my teriyaki sauce?
Can I add other flavoring to my teriyaki sauce?
Could I substitute the sugar in teriyaki sauce with another sweetener?
Is teriyaki sauce gluten-free?
Why is my homemade teriyaki sauce not as thick as the store-bought one?
Is teriyaki sauce similar to soy sauce?
Expiration & Storage Tips
When does teriyaki sauce expire?
Unopened store-bought teriyaki sauce has a long shelf life and can stay good even past its best-by date if stored properly, typically up to one year. Once opened, it should be consumed within 1 to 2 months for best quality, even though it might still be safe to use beyond that time. Homemade teriyaki sauce typically lasts for about a week in the refrigerator. For longer storage, you can freeze teriyaki sauce; it freezes well and can be kept for up to six months in the freezer.
How do you tell if teriyaki sauce is bad?
To determine whether your teriyaki sauce has gone bad, first check for any obvious signs of spoilage such as mold, discoloration, or a bad smell. Additionally, if the sauce has been stored for a long time, it can lose its quality and flavour. If you see any changes in texture such as it becoming too thick or thin, or if it tastes rancid or off, it's best to discard it.
Tips for storing teriyaki sauce to extend shelf life
• Make sure to refrigerate teriyaki sauce after opening to help maintain its quality for longer. If you are not planning to use it immediately after opening, seal it tightly and return it to the fridge straightaway. • If you've made homemade teriyaki sauce, store it in an airtight container in the fridge. • If you want to freeze teriyaki sauce, pour it into a freezer-safe container or bag. Make sure to leave some room because the sauce will expand as it freezes. • To defrost frozen teriyaki sauce, move it to the fridge for a day before you plan to use it. For faster defrosting, you can use the defrost setting on your microwave.
EXPIRES WITHIN
18 - 30
MONTHS
Health Info
Macros
2g
CARBS
0g
FAT
0g
PROTEIN
Allowed on these diets
VEGETARIAN
MEDITERRANEAN
LOW CARB
VEGAN
LACTOSE FREE
GLUTEN FREE
Contains these allergens
GLUTEN
SOYBEANS
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