This is a very simple sauce to make and adds great flavor to many stir-fried dishes. You can add a little sugar or brown sugar if you want it sweeter.
We ate at a fantastic Japanese restaurant last night. My bowl was a stir-fry of slices of steak, red peppers, broccoli florets, pea pods, onions, and bamboo shoots served on brown rice and topped by teriyaki sauce. It was so good I think I could eat it 2 or 3 times a week. The brown rice is extra chewy and almost like a dessert with the sweet teriyaki sauce on it. Not to mention how healthy it all was. Just wonderful.
From the reviews:
“Sometimes I add pineapple juice. . . If you use this on meat, add it at to the pan at the last second and remove promptly (otherwise the sauce will burn quickly) For grilling, brush meat when it’s very close to being done.”
You can use this sauce on chicken, on noodles, on vegetables, all sorts of foods.
Click title for link at Food.com for the teriyaki sauce recipe. Enjoy!