Teriyaki

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British pronunciation/tˌɛɹɪjˈæki/
American pronunciation/ˌtɛɹɪˈjɑki/
Teriyaki
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a dish of meat or fish marinated in soy sauce and then grilled, originated in Japan

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What is "teriyaki"?

Teriyaki is a popular Japanese cooking technique that involves grilling or broiling meat, fish, or vegetables that have been marinated in a sweet and savory sauce made from soy sauce, sugar, and mirin. The dish is often garnished with sesame seeds or sliced scallions, and can be served with rice or noodles. The word "teriyaki" comes from the Japanese word "teri," meaning luster or shine, and "yaki," meaning grilled or broiled. Teriyaki is a staple in Japanese cuisine and can be found in many restaurants and food stalls throughout Japan. Teriyaki is often considered a healthier alternative to fried dishes, due to its emphasis on grilling and the use of lean meats and vegetables.

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