a Japanese dish consisting of meat or fish marinated or dipped in spiced soy sauce and broiled, grilled, or barbecued
Origin of teriyakiJapanese from teri, nominal form of teru, to shine + yaki, nominal form of yaku, to broil: so called because the sauce makes the meat or fish shiny
- A Japanese dish of grilled or broiled slices of meat or seafood that have been marinated in a mixture of soy sauce, sugar or honey, garlic, ginger, and mirin.
- The sauce used to marinate such a dish.
Origin of teriyakiJapanese teri glaze yaki to broil
- A cooking technique used in Japanese cuisine in which foods are broiled or grilled in a sweet soy sauce marinade.
- A sweet soy sauce marinade
- Put some teriyaki on it.
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