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I’m a person who doesn’t use the same recipe twice very often. There are just too many recipes out there that I want to try. So if I do use a recipe more than once, you better believe that it is one I love!!

I made this Teriyaki sauce back in 2007, and it has remained my favorite recipe for the sauce. It’s not thin like the bottled version, but a thicker sauce that is great for not only marinating, but also dipping. And my past post continues to be one of the most Google-d posts on my blog, so I thought I’d re-post it.

I used it here on beef and mushroom kabobs, but it would be equally delicious on chicken or pork. And it’s so easy that you’ll have to ask yourself why you never made your own before!

Teriyaki Sauce
from Recipezaar.com

1/4 cup soy sauce
1 cup water
1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
1/4 teaspoon garlic powder (i used a couple minced garlic cloves)
5 tablespoons packed brown sugar
1-2 tablespoons honey
2 tablespoons cornstarch
1/4 cup cold water

Mix all but cornstarch and 1/4 cup water in a saucepan and begin heating. Mix cornstarch and cold water in a cup and dissolve. Add to sauce in pan. Heat until sauce thickens to desired thickness. Add water to thin if you over-thicken it.

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25 Responses to Recipe Rewind – Teriyaki Sauce

  1. Ryley says:

    That looks so good! Nothing like craving steak kabob's at 9 o'clock in the morning…

  2. Rosa's Yummy Yums says:

    A wondeful sauce!



  3. Barbara Bakes says:

    Now I am wondering why I buy teriyaki sauce.

  4. Katerina says:

    Isn't it weird looking at what the most googled-posts are? This does look good though, and I never buy terikayi sauce which in turn means I never have any.

  5. Patsyk says:

    I really need to try this marinade! I always have teriyaki sauce in my pantry and this sauce looks like it must be full of flavor!

  6. Ingrid says:

    Thanks! I bet this is waaaaaaaaaay better than any bottle sauce! Printing it out!

  7. Ben says:

    I rarely cook the same twice, too. This one sounds like a keeper and I can see why you've made it more than once! :-p

  8. Maria says:

    We have a new grill and are using it almost every night. Can't wait to try this sauce!

  9. How To Eat A Cupcake says:

    I'm the exact same way! I never use a recipe more than once, unless it is knock-your-socks-off good!!

  10. eatme_delicious says:

    Ooo I've been craving teriyaki sauce but didn't want to buy the bottled version. This sounds delicious thanks!

  11. Memória says:

    This looks good! i was looking for an easy, teriyaki sauce a long time ago! Thanks.

  12. Emily says:

    I'm behind on reading your blog and everyone else's, but you've been making some verrrry delicious food lately! I love the sweetness of teriyake – I'm not surprised it's your most googled recipe.

    We actually didn't eat at any buffets while we were there. Thank you for the tips. I should have emailed you before we left.

  13. Debbie says:

    I'm glad you posted this since I will definitely try this!

  14. Grace says:

    hooray for homemade sauces! truthfully, i had no idea what ingredients went into teriyaki sauce, so i think this is a great post!

  15. Sophie says:

    I love that you posted this! I was just thinking that I don't have a go-to teriyaki sauce! I have a feeling this is going to be it, I'm saving this :), thanks for sharing!

  16. Ian says:

    I just moved to Fort Collins, CO from Seattle, and the lack of Teriyaki joints is earth-shattering. I'm gonna make this one over and over.


  17. Psychgrad says:

    I like the sounds of a thicker teriyaki. I made a thin one and didn't find it to be all that satisfying.

  18. Chandy says:

    Hello new to your blog. I love the teriyaki sauce recipe you have and will be using it tonight. Thank you!

  19. Michelle says:

    We are having this tomorrow night! Stop by my blog, I nominated you for an award!

  20. michaelasmommy says:

    I love this sauce, it was so easy to make and very delicious on the meat. Thank you for sharing this with everyone.

  21. r0ckyrakun says:

    I also add 2 teaspoons of white pepper and a 2-3 tablespoons of sesame seeds 😀 Makes it tasty and a bit spicy, i also like to add a little sesame oil ^^

  22. Kevan says:

    Just made this with sliced steak tonight. It was awesome! I added about a tablespoon of crushed red pepper (we like it spicy). It added the right amount of heat and it was perfect. I will never buy teriyaki sauce again!

  23. Leona says:

    I use grape jelly instead of honey, it also thickens it to where you dont need to use cornstarch. Give it a try!

  24. Brian says:

    I would hold the honey for the last and add it a bit at a time to taste.. I used 2 tbsp and it overwhelmed the sauce.

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