from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A Japanese dish of grilled or broiled slices of marinated meat or shellfish.
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- n. A cooking technique used in Japanese cuisine in which foods are broiled or grilled in a sweet soy sauce marinade.
- n. A sweet soy sauce marinade
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. beef or chicken or seafood marinated in spicy soy sauce and grilled or broiled
I have some salmon smoking on the back porch and a flank steak ready for the BBQ after marinating in teriyaki and horseradish.
She handed a treat to Juju, then set a lovely piece of halibut to marinate in teriyaki sauce.
It too came covered in teriyaki sauce (which of course it needs, because tofu only tastes as good as what you eat it with).
They all come smothered in teriyaki sauce over fried or white rice, 3 pieces of California roll sushi, and a lot ofsalad.
There is hardly any sauce on it to speak of, and instead, the fish is basted while it grills as the word teriyaki glazed grilled implies.
Favorite Place to Eat Lunch in Midtown: My favorite used to be the tofu teriyaki from the Japanese Market on 41st btw. 5th+Madison (just East of Cafe Zaiya) … but now I can’t get enough of the Tofu Teriyaki at the Cart on 50th btw. 6+7th.
Once you cover anything in teriyaki sauce, it’s good - so if you don’t mind fish that tastes like fish (I know a lot of people do), you won’t hate this fish.
He calls the teriyaki marinade recipe Jus-yaki after the Chinese family friend who created it.
If I could wring out chicken like a washcloth, maybe this could have been salvaged, but as it was, the teriyaki was a fail.
The line includes more than 5,200 items, including 80 new ones, such as teriyaki beef jerky and fat-free caramel-swirl ice cream.