If you’ve been following me for a while you know that I am a big fan of the idea of all things (or as much as possible) homemade. This tasty glaze is prepared in a much cleaner way, without additional chemicals, tastes fresh and delicious.
As with most organics and homemade items, it is always best to use it as soon as possible, right? Why let something so tasty sit around and spoil? That’s only natural. As they say, ‘If bacteria won’t eat it, why should you?’
This teriyaki glaze is so easy to
prepare and makes any meat of your choice delicious, zesty, so tender and tasty that you would not believe. The glaze is aromatic, sharp but sweet, incredibly smooth, and best of all – simple.
Just combine all the ingredients below. Bring them to a boil and that’s all it takes, folks, to make your meal just a bit healthier. Use on salmon, chicken, shrimp or any other kind of your favorite meat. Enjoy!
½ cup (118 ml) – water
6 tbsp. – brown sugar
2 tbsp. – cornstarch
½ tsp. – ground fresh ginger
½ tsp. – ground or minced garlic clove
½ cup (118 ml) – reduced sodium soy sauce
¼ cup (59 ml) – organic apple cider vinegar
2 tbsp. – raw honey
1. Shred ginger and garlic, set aside until ready for use.
3. Bring to a boil, stirring constantly. Turn the heat off and let it boil for one minute (if you are using a gas stove burner, turn the fire to very low and cook for a minute).
5. Cool and glaze the meat of your choice.
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- ½ cup 118 ml - water
- 6 tbsp. - brown sugar
- 2 tbsp. - cornstarch
- ½ tsp. - ground fresh ginger
- ½ tsp. - ground or minced garlic clove
- ½ cup 118 ml - reduced sodium soy sauce
- ¼ cup 59 ml - organic apple cider vinegar
- 2 tbsp. - raw honey
Shred ginger and garlic, set aside until ready for use.
Measure out and pour all the ingredients into a small pot.
Bring to a boil, stirring constantly. Turn the heat off and let it boil for one minute (if you are using a gas stove burner, turn the fire to very low and cook for a minute).
Place a strainer over a glass bowl and strain the glaze while it's hot (once it cools its harder to strain).
Cool and glaze the meat of your choice.
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