Andy Wise's Save-a-Ton Teriyaki Marinade | Home & Garden
Teriyaki -- marinade or sauce -- is a grilling staple. Kosher salt, mill-ground pepper, Worcestershire, teriyaki -- it's one of the basics.
It doesn't price like a grilling basic, though.
Seriously, check the tags on name-brand teriyaki sauces at various grocery stores. $3.99. $4.99. For 12-16 ounces.
The sauces: good. Their prices: lousy.
My recipe for teriyaki sauce/marinade will save you a ton of money on teriyaki, hence "Save-A-Ton Teriyaki Marinade." You'll also make a ton of it, and it keeps forever, sealed in a container inside your refrigerator:
3 cups canola oil
2 cups soy sauce
2 cups honey
1/2 cup tarragon vinegar
1/2 cup chopped white onion
4 cloves garlic
2 tablespoons ground ginger
Whisk the ingredients in a large sauce pan/bowl - no heat. Split it in half, pour into two sealed containers. The oil will separate over time as it settles. That's OK. Either whisk the marinade or shake it in its container when ready to use.