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friend asked in Food & DrinkCooking & Recipes · 1 decade ago

how to make teryaki chicken?

do u have the recipe of teryaki chicken..i have the ready made teryaki sauce..but i cann't find any sherry/rice wine vinegar...coz its unavailable in do u have a simple recipe...even any Japanese recipe will do...thanx

8 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
    Best answer

    If you already have the teriyaki sauce it's simple. Just brown the chicken pieces in a pan with a little olive oil, butter or a combination of the two. Add some sauce, but not too much, you don't want it swimming. Cover the pan and simmer for about 15-25 minutes, depending on the size of the chicken pieces. It''s done when no pink juices come out when cut. You may need to add a little more sauce or some water if the pan gets too dry. Just check it now and then.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Here is my recipe

    Chicken Teriyaki


    3 lb chicken thighs, boned and skinned

    2 inches ginger root

    1/2 cup Tamari

    1/2 cup mirin

    1 tablespoon honey

    1/4 cup sake or gin


    Bone and skin the chicken thighs, keeping the meat as intact as you can.

    Grind or grate the ginger, place in the center of a towel and wring out the juice.

    Mix the ginger juice, soy, mirin, and sake, and marinate the chicken thighs. You may find it easier to handle by skewering the chicken thighs.

    Drain the marinade, add the honey, and reduce to a syrup by boiling.

    Grill the chicken thighs on medium heat, painting them with the marinade to build up a glaze when they are almost done. Don't turn your back or they may burn as the sugar in the sauce tends to caramelize too quickly.

    Slice and serve. The slices should have a moist shiny glaze so save some of the boiled marinade for a final brushing before serving.

  • 1 decade ago

    The classic way?

    Cut the chicken up, cut slits in the skin every inch and season with salt and pepper and brush with some oil.

    Grill chicken skin side up to let the skin get crisp (the slits will let steam escape)

    Take chicken off grill, slather with teryaki sauce.

    This is actually the way they do it in Japanese restaurants and 'Yaki' places.

  • 1 decade ago

    Easy Chicken Teriyaki

    4 boneless chicken breasts

    1 large onion, sliced 1/4 inch thick (red, white, yellow)

    1-2 large bell peppers, sliced 1/2 inch thick (red, green, I use a combination of red and green)

    1 (15 1/4 ounce) can pineapple slices

    bottled teriyaki sauce


    4 pieces heavy duty alumium aluminum foil

    salt and pepper

    Place one chicken breast in center of a square of alumium foil and salt and pepper.

    Layer onion and bell pepper slices and 2 pineapple slices on top of each piece of chicken.

    Drizzle 1-2 tablespoons of bottled teriyaki sauce over chicken mixture.

    Put 1 tsp butter on top of pineapple slice.

    Seal up alumium foil by folding edges together.

    Bake at 375 degrees for approximately 45 minutes. You can also put these on the outdoor grill on indirect heat. Serve with rice.

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  • pretto
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    3 years ago

    i exploit the Jack Daniels Teryaki marinade. you will stumble on it in only approximately any food market, it incredibly is with the bbq sauce. only permit the poultry marinade for no less than an hour, then grill or bake it, and it incredibly is soooo stable, and fairly ordinary!

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    well i always, marinade the meat in garlic and ginger (ground in to paste) with some oil and pour terriyaki sauce as well. then either ot roast, or grill it.... it comes out really well... specially with some largely cut onions and some butter melted on top!

  • 1 decade ago

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  • 1 decade ago

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