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Chicken Teriyaki Recipe – Japanese Cooking 101

Mitch Gomez

March 9, 2015




This video will show you how to make simple and tasty Chicken Teriyaki.
Recipe here: http://www.japanesecooking101.com/chi…
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David Ting
- 6 Years ago

hello… can i say almost all japanese dishes will use sake and mirin ?

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JapaneseCooking101
- 6 Years ago

There are a lot of ways to make Chicken Teriyaki. And this is our way of
making easy Teriyaki.

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flareburner11
- 6 Years ago

Is it possible to not use sake?

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JapaneseCooking101
- 6 Years ago

Mirin adds flavor and glaze but you can skip it. If you want to add it, try
adding a tea spoon or so and you may reduce the amount of sugar.

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Ji An
- 6 Years ago

Not much of garlic in Japanese food? Is garlic in other foods Korean
influence?

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themightycornchips
- 6 Years ago

I made this for dinner tonight it was great thanks for the recipe

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JapaneseCooking101
- 6 Years ago

Absolutely! You can use this for any types of meet or fish.

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arnaub ray
- 6 Years ago

oo i just like this.. Can i add some onion or other vegetables with it that
can be consumed with rice …

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illmtolokodroid
- 6 Years ago

i love this channel!

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JapaneseCooking101
- 6 Years ago

Thanks!

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Abdul Rokib
- 6 Years ago

Hello what can i use as substitutes for Sake and Mirin. Or any alcoholic
cooking methods. Due to religious purposes we can’t cook with alcohol even
if it does burn off. Thank youu! 

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JapaneseCooking101
- 6 Years ago

You noticed! Yes, sake and mirin are used a lot in Japanese cooking. With
soy sauce, sake, and mirin, you can make many dishes. Depending on the
dish/recipe, you can skip sake/mirin, and they still come out pretty good.

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lovehellokitty28
- 6 Years ago

can’t wait to make this

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Seraphinaorb
- 6 Years ago

Thanks for sharing this recipe. The teriyaki sauce was the best I’ve
tasted. :-)

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Aaron Sowers
- 6 Years ago

WOW! I just got done eating this, and all I can say is… Thank you! Very
simple and delicious! Keep up the good work! 

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Bnice2any1
- 6 Years ago

さけがありません時 ,料理みりんとか使ってもいいですか? 

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sweetsnob24
- 6 Years ago

Is it okay to use chicken breast? 

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Aaron Sowers
- 6 Years ago

WOW! I just got done eating this, and all I can say is… Thank you! Very
simple and delicious! Keep up the good work! 

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TheCheekyelly
- 6 Years ago

Hi if I use Chinese soya sauce for this dish instead of Japanese soya
sauce, will it taste different ?

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Anahí Flores
- 6 Years ago

Teriyaki sauce is just made of soy sauce, sugar ans a bit of sake!? Just
that,really? Good, that’s sooo nice to know. I have always struggled ’cause
I hardly find it at shops. Woha!

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Olivia R.
- 6 Years ago

美味しい!! 

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Mideval Exponents
- 6 Years ago

It’s so delicious! I’m eating it right now! x3

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Amber Cunningham
- 6 Years ago

Fried rice recipe? Mine is good, but yours is probably better!

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echoA.K.A. Shiru
- 6 Years ago

Do they eat this just like this, or with steamed rice like a lot of other
food ?

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