So have you had a hard time finding a brand of Teriyaki sauce that you like at the store? Or even more likely, have you ever found yourself quickly approaching dinnertime and you think you have nothing to make? Well, I’m here to tell you that I’m willing to bet that you always have the ingredients to make Teriyaki something on hand. I almost always have the ingredients for Teriyaki sauce in my cupboards and I almost always have chicken breasts or thighs (or even steak. Steak from a cow, not steak from a chicken. I don’t think they make steak from a chicken.) So, at least in my world, if I don’t have all of those things on hand, something is seriously wrong in my universe.

What makes this even better is that you can literally make this for pennies and, not trying to be Braggy Braggerson here, but I think it’s better than anything you can buy at the store. I also like that it’s a little thick, so it works well as a glaze or dipping sauce.

One thing I love it on is chicken thighs. You don’t even have to marinate the chicken first (although marinating is certainly never a bad thing). Just heat up your grill and baste every 10 minutes or so until they’re done, or you can do it in an oven heated to 425. Just line a baking sheet with foil and bake for about 40 minutes, basting regularly and turning the chicken halfway through.



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