Japanese Teriyaki Dishes
So many recipes offer teriyaki flavoring that it is now just loosely based on Japanese cuisine. Expand your culinary horizons with Grilled Teriyaki Tuna Wraps, Teriyaki Fish Steaks, or Glazed Teriyaki Pork Chops with Potatoes.See Popular Japanese Teriyaki Dishes Recipes
This sassy stir-fry is a sneaky and delicious way to get them to eat their vegetables. It's ready in just 35 minutes so it fits in with your busy lifestyle.
Shallots, teriyaki sauce, and almonds flavor frozen green beans in this simple side dish. These also make a tasty snack.
For an even faster meal, cut up the beef and vegetables for this soup the evening before cooking the soup.
While lo mein gets its name from the kind of Chinese noodle traditionally used in the dish, other noodles, including angel hair pasta and vermicelli, easily can be substituted in this slow cooker special.
Broiled salmon fillets brushed with a Japanese teriyaki glaze infused with the bold flavors of ginger, garlic and toasted sesame. Serve this flavorful entree with crisp steamed sugar snap peas and aromatic jasmine rice.
Grilled teriyaki chicken with pineapple can be made with just a few pantry staples. Although it's delicious when made with canned pineapple, fresh pineapple and its juice can easily be used in its place. Serve with brown rice and snow peas.
Teriyaki sauce and ginger add Asian flavor to this beef, rice, and vegetable soup. It's a filling meal for under 200 calories.
Beginning a meal with a steaming bowl of soup is an important part of many Asian cuisines. And then there are soups that are meals in themselves, from Vietnamese pho to Japanese udon. This Teriyaki Beef-Noodle Soup is definitely in the latter category, combining the best of Japanese and Chinese flavors (as well as hearty meat, vegetables and a delicate Chinese noodles), while giving you shortcuts to make prep simple.
We love Asian takeout, with Teriyaki Beef Soup at the top of the list. But can anyone make it as good as the pros? Well, yes.
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When you find a good deal at your grocery store, it's smart to stock up -- but it can be a challenge to find new, tasty ways to use up all those good bargains. Each week, we bring you three original (often surprising!) recipes that feature the types of ingredients you're likely to find on sale.