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Teriyaki Sauce

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Hi, I make my own, we had it last night..its my hubbys favorite meal.

mix together:

1/2 Cup honey

1/4 Cup gluten-free Soy sause [san-J]

fresh grated ginger to taste

pour over chicken [i use tenders] marinate 1/2 hour to 2 hours, cover and bake.

I make a fried rice with veggies to go with it

YUMMY!!!!!

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Ii have not found one yet as to the soy sauce in it. I make my own.

Paul Newmans oil and vinegar

La Choy Soy Sauce

Honey

Garlic Salt

Ground Ginger

Hot pepper if you like a little zing

Toasted Seseme Seed Oil

Merinade over night is best.

Hope this will be helpful

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I do have one at home...will check tonight on the brand and post tomorrow. I am pretty sure it's gluten free. I never reacted to it and the ingredients all seem ok.

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One of our families favorite dishes is teriyaki chicken. Since January, I have been gluten free. Does anyone know a brand of teriyaki sauce that is gluten free?

Monica

La Choy also makes a gluten-free teriyaki sauce.

Sue

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I do have one at home...will check tonight on the brand and post tomorrow. I am pretty sure it's gluten free. I never reacted to it and the ingredients all seem ok.

Ok, here is the terriyaki sauce I use with the list of ingredients:

Private Harvest Sweet Terriyaki Sauce with White Wine

Ing: Soy Sauce (Water, Salt, Hydrolyzed soy pretein, caramel color, high fructose corn syrup, corn syrup, potassium sorbate (as a preservative)), brown sugar, white wine (sulfites used as a preservative), sesame oil, ground ginger, garlic powder, sesame seeds, onion flakes

Good Stuff!!

Here is there website: www.privateharvest.com

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When I make my own teriyaki, rather than honey I use mirin, which is a sweet rice wine. I find that it give that characteristic type of teriyaki sweetness better than anything else. One heads-up - some kinds of mirin have soy sauce in them, so read labels.

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