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Teriyaki spice mix

Teriyaki spice mix

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Teriyaki spice mix as a marinade, dip and glazing agent

With this teriyaki spice mix you can easily bring a touch of Japan to your kitchen. The spicy sauce based on soya and rice wine has been popular in Japan for two centuries. In the West we have given our own twist and we no longer use it just as a marinade. Teriyaki stands for the Japanese way of grilling and glazing. 'Teri' means shine and 'yaki' frying or grilling. The Japanese use the sweet and salty sauce made with teriyaki mix mainly for the fish. The sweet and salty components go well with fatty fish such as tuna, shrimps or salmon. In the West, the sauce is mostly used for meat. You can order teriyaki spice mix online at Natural Spices in a package of 800 grams.

What is teriyaki spice mix?

The teriyaki spice mix you can buy online here, consists of sugar, ginger, soya flavour and garlic. The latter ingredient is not part of the authentic Japanese recipe, but has become a staple in the West. Although the Japanese originally invented the mixture as a marinade for fish, today we apply the teriyaki mix mainly to meat. Chicken is our favourite. We also use it as a stir-fry sauce and as a dip for various Asian snacks. It is believed that Japanese immigrants in Hawaii introduced the marinade to the West.

How to use teriyaki spice mix?

You mix this dry and vegan teriyaki spice mix with soy sauce and preferably also with rice wine to achieve an authentic taste. You mix 40 grams of the herbs with 1000 grams of soy sauce and 100 grams of rice wine. Rice wine is an alcoholic beverage known in Japan as 'mirin' and is responsible for the shine of the teriyaki sauce. The marinade created by the combination of herbs, soy sauce and rice wine is called 'tare' in Japan. Let the meat or fish marinate in this 'tare' and then fry it. The rest of the marinade can be reduced to a syrup and used to glaze the product, just like the Japanese do.

Nutritional values per 100 grams

Energy1414,53 kJ
Energy337,79 kcal
Fat1,6 gram
of which saturated fatty acids0,6 gram
Carbohydrates75,2 gram
of which sugars55,9 gram
Protein7,8 gram
Fibre3,7 gram
Salt7,9 gram
  • Usage40 grams to 1000 grams of soy sauce mixture and 100 grams of rice wine.
  • Ingredientssugar, ginger, flavor (SOY), garlic
  • Country of originThe Netherlands

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