When you think of Asian sauces, you think of Kikkoman. Soy sauce and Teriyaki sauce, when used right, can really enhance the flavors of many simple dishes, not just sushi or steak. Check out how below how you can use these sauces with a variety of proteins.
For the chicken:
For the sauce:
Place over white rice, toss sesame seeds on top. See it all here.
This one is a tad more complex, so follow the directions here and improvise as you’d like.
2 – 3 lbs salmon filet sliced into 2â€³ wide slices
Create your sauce with:
Check out the details so you don’t overcook and dry out your salmon!
Layer on cheese and toppings of your choice. Use a thick toasted bun. Click for all info.
Mix all ingredients together and pour over the pork. Refrigerate several hours or overnight. Grill for 16-18 minutes or bake at 400 degrees for 20 minutes. See details here!
This recipe uses a teriyaki marinated pork tenderloin and Smithfield bacon. Kikkoman teriyaki sauce is a classic favorite to use. This is a great little finger food that can work well as an appetizer that the whole group can grab at. These can be dipped in a variety of sauces, too, like honey mustard. Present these to the table with 3 or 4 sauce options laid out beside them. Click for details!