Sweet & Thick Teriyaki Sauce

Introduction: Sweet & Thick Teriyaki Sauce

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this Sweet & Thick Teriyaki Sauce is a great Asian sauce that works with almost any Asian food.

It works well as a baste for grilling things, and even a marinade.

It also works good on fish, making a plain fish (like mahi-mahi or salmon) more flavorful.

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Step 1: Ingredients

Ingredients:

⅓ cup soy sauce

⅓ cup water

⅓ cup brown sugar

¼ cup avocado oil

1 tablespoon white wine vinegar

1 tablespoon cornstarch

Step 2: Mix

In a small bowl, thoroughly mix all ingredients (except for cornstarch) together.

Step 3: Pour Into a Skillet

Pour mixture into a medium/small skillet over medium heat, and bring to a boil.

Step 4: Cornstarch

Put cornstarch into a small bowl. Pour a bit of the boiling mixture into the cornstarch bowl, and mix until homogeneous.

Pour the resulting substance back into the skillet, and stir until all combined. Boil a bit more, and then turn to low, and continue to cook, while stirring until the mixture becomes thick like syrup.

Step 5: Cool

Remove from heat and use as a baste, and/or a sauce for your fish (salmon, mahi-mahi, etc.)

Step 6: Done!

Store in the fridge, and heat before using.

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    2 Discussions

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    as1234
    as1234

    3 years ago

    It looks delicious! I want to try this

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    retirednurse
    retirednurse

    3 years ago

    I make this all the time! Quick note though- cornstarch mixes easier in cold water. Mix the corn starch and cold water separately then add to the heated teriyaki sauce. Within a few minutes, it will thicken the sauce. Just my humble opinion.