Teriyaki is a Japanese cooking technique where food is grilled or barbecued in a sweet soy sauce marinade. Fish and chicken are particularly well suited to this technique - try some of the recipes below and see!
Snow peas and sliced mushrooms are tossed with sesame seeds and teriyaki sauce. Serve with tossed asian noodles or stir- fried beef or chicken strips.
For a starter to a lunch or dinner, simply increase the ingredients to suit the numbers allowing allow 5 asparagus spears per person.
This is a classic dipping sauce for chicken, steaks and fish. You could also use it as a barbecue glaze.
These prawns are sensational! I have always marinated and cooked the prawns with the shell on. This requires the shells being removed prior to eating so make sure you have bowls of water with lemon for people to dip their fingers into. I would love to hear tweaks if anyone tries this recipe and shells the prawns prior to cooking.
I love a fast, tasty, easy and healthy meal for my family. This is delicious and gives a big dose of vitamin C and protein.
Beef slices marinated in a sweetened mixture of soy sauce and pineapple juice are skewered and grilled in this easy and fun recipe perfect for parties and entertaining.
The juicy salmon and teriyaki baste combine to form the perfect topping for this salad of spinach, watercress and bean sprouts.
Chicken wings are marinated, fried, simmered then coated in teriyaki sauce to create the ideal finger licking finger food.
This is a good marinade for tougher cuts of meat such as flank. Goes great with rice and stir fried broccoli.
Kebabs are a fun, easy way to include a variety of healthy vegetables in one meal.