This easy teriyaki sauce marinade recipe packs a ton of flavor. It’s perfect for chicken (or any other meat) you’re grilling up!
There’s nothing better in the summertime that cooking out on the grill. It’s just the absolute best. Now in the South where I’m from we love our bar-b-que and we take it very seriously. But sometimes you’ve just got to shake things up and have something a little different.
Hi y’all! It’s Susanne from New South Charm. This month I’m sharing a recipe for an easy Teriyaki Chicken Marinade that will take your grilled chicken over the top.
We love this recipe at my house, This version is better than any take-out version and it is really easy to make. This is versatile marinade and can be used over chicken, steak or even pork. If you choose to use the marinade for steak you’ll want to make little extra because most cuts of steak are larger than a chicken breast.
Marinades are so easy to make but they pack a lot of flavor into any meat you choose. When I cook with this one I like to serve it with my Spicy Mushroom Fried Rice and Easy Skillet Green Beans for a super easy dinner.
To make the marinade simply combine soy sauce, water, sugar, Worcestershire sauce, rice vinegar, onion powder and garlic powder in a bowl. Then transfer the mixture to a zip top bag over chicken. Place into the fridge for 2 hours to overnight.
That’s my easy recipe for the best marinade I’ve ever made. I hope you enjoy it! I’ll be back next month with another easy recipe for your family!
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Teriyaki Chicken Marinade
- In a bowl combine soy sauce, water, sugar, Worcestershire sauce, rice vinegar, onion power powder, and garlic powder whisking until sugar is dissolved.
- Transfer into zip top bag over chicken. Marinate for two hours to overnight. Grill for 12 to 15 minutes, until juices run clear and chicken is no longer pink.
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