We basically grill out year round. I’ve even figured a way to stay dry in a torrential downpour. Summer though it is almost a must what with the heat, we don’t like heating up the house with a stove and especially the oven running for an hour or so. Even left over pizza, we figured out during a kitchen re-model how to warm up pizza on the grill!
The mainstay is my teriyaki sauce I use on almost all meats once in a while. It is “semi-homemade” as I mix pre-bottled sauces to make it.
I use Kikkoman teriyaki and soy sauces as they are a Japanese brand.
- 1 cup teriyaki
- 3 tbl. soy sauce
- 3 tbl. sesame oil (non-toasted)
- 2 tbl. honey
- 2-3 cloves crushed-minced garlic
- 1 tbl. toasted sesame oil
- 1 tsp. ginger (optional)
I mix the honey in good with one of those ‘springy’ type gravy whisks, mix all good. May be injected as well.
I will be blogging grilled dinners and this is the teriyaki sauce I will be referring to with a link back.