Teriyaki Sauce Easy Recipe
Homemade Teriyaki Sauce. Learn how to make a delicious and easy homemade Teriyaki Sauce with this authentic Japanese method. Only 4 ingredients needed! Sweet, savory and very versatile. Stay tuned as this is part 1 of a mini-series using Teriyaki Sauce.
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Makes – 650ml
250ml – Soy Sauce, Naturally Brewed
200ml – Sake (Japanese Rice Wine)
200ml – Mirin (Sweetened Japanese Rice Wine)
65g – White Sugar
Sake is a Japanese wine made from fermented rice. It is also commonly used in Japanese cooking, usually in sauces or marinades. Sake can be substituted for 1 part rice wine vinegar to 3 parts water, so for this recipe, you will need 50ml rice wine vinegar and 150ml of water.
Mirin is a Japanese rice wine similar to Sake. Mirin has a lower alcohol level than Sake but contains more sugar. For those that can’t consume alcohol, it can be substituted for 1 part sugar to 3 parts water, so for this recipe, you will need 50g of sugar and 150ml of water.
Ingredients if you don’t consume alcohol –
Makes – 550ml
250ml – Soy Sauce
100g – White Sugar
250ml – Vegetable or Chicken Stock
(If you make the Teriyaki sauce using this recipe, you will need to store it in the fridge due to Stock being used. It will last 5 days in the fridge.)