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Teriyaki Sauce

How to make your own Teriyaki Sauce
I've been looking back in my archives and there are quite a few recipes that are buried that need to make a reappearance. 

I have been am still working on and wanting to come up with different really good sauces, because if you have a good sauce you can make any number of whole foods taste really good.  I have to admit most of my good sauce inspirations come from looking at ingredients on jars and cans at the store.

I have made many I'm working on  a coconut curry sauce and I am really close to the perfect one, a really good fail proof pasta salad dressing, (still working on this one) other curry sauces, (Ryan really likes curry),  a honey walnut shrimp type sauce, (really haven't tried this one, I kind of forgot about it) and others!

This Teriyaki sauce will be great with Chow mein,  as a veggie dip, on stir fry, different types of salads, or anything else you can think up!  But don't take my word for it go ahead and give it a try!!!  It's Simple, Healthy, and Tasty!

Teriyaki Sauce
1/2 cup sesame oil (can use olive but sesame tastes more "authentic")
1/2 cup agave and/or honey
1/2 cup Shoyu
2 cloves garlic, minced
1/2 teaspoon ginger powder (or you could use fresh minced)
1 Tablespoon Apple Cider Vinegar
1-2 teaspoons Red Pepper Flakes, optional (only add if you want it SPICY)

Mix all the ingredients together.  Don't be afraid to add your own spin on this or change amounts to give a stronger sweet, salty, tangy, or spicy flare!  This recipe fits perfectly in my old "Good Seasons" glass cruet Italian dressing bottle thing!  I'm sure a lot of you have one.  Be sure to shake well before serving!


Maile said...

Sounds yummy! I have this green curry sauce that is made with coconut milk. It is really good, maybe I will have to post it on my blog, or make it for dinner tonight!

Tammie said...

Maile: Oooohhhh yeah Maile do share! I love green curry sauce!