Definition of teriyaki
: a Japanese dish of meat or fish that is grilled or broiled after being soaked in a seasoned soy sauce marinade
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Shishinori Forget sushi burritos, inventive sushi subs are served on fluffy French bread dotted with teriyaki sauce in this bright space on busy Cambie Street.
New locations of existing places: Pho Shizzle in Renton opened its second location on The Ave, focusing on Vietnamese comfort food, but there’s also teriyaki.
The soy sauce and a majority of the menu is also gluten-free so that everyone can join in on the teriyaki goodness.
Remove from the grill, and drizzle with the remaining teriyaki sauce.
Its Sunday brunch includes eggs Benedict, French toast with Italian bread, stuffed pasta shells, chicken Pomodori, teriyaki salmon, carving stations for beef and ham, sauteed pasta stations, fresh fruit and desserts.
Masu also offers teriyaki dishes, barbecue (including Korean) and a great selection of appetizers.
Salty soy sauce mixed with sweet rice wine (aka mirin) is the ideal simple base for Asian stir-fries and teriyaki sauce, but also works equally well mixed into spicy tofu crumbles, curries, and braised short ribs.
Lunch is at Espaço Espelho d’Água, where the menu is inspired by the reach of Portugal’s historic empire; standouts include Brazilian moquecas and Japanese teriyaki sauce over vegetables.
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Origin and Etymology of teriyaki
Japanese, from teri glaze + yaki broiling
First Known Use: 1901See Words from the same year
TERIYAKI Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of teriyaki for English Language Learners
: a sauce used in some Asian cooking
: a dish that is flavored with teriyaki
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