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Teriyaki baste & glaze

kam

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This is called for in the Chili-Lime Meatballs on the App cookbook. I am pretty sure the meatballs on the Weekday Dinner Done uses it, too.

WHAT IS IT???

I went to the store tonight figuring it would be easy - that the label might actually say "baste & glaze". No such luck.

What does everyone else use? Is it the Teriyaki marinade & sauce? Or Stir-fry sauce?
HELP!
 

kam

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Thanks!

I decided to go on Kikkoman's site - and there is actually something called "baste & glaze". It IS by Kikkoman - AND OF COURSE MY STORE DOESN'T HAVE IT!!! :cry: I looked at EVERY single bottle in the asian section.

There are SO many things that our recipes call for that our store doesn't carry. And this is the nicest store of the 3 in our area.

I SO wanted to make the meatballs - and I already bought the red Curry Paste (at $4.50, I might add). :grumpy:

I have no idea where to find this by Sunday. Ugh.
 

Pedey

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Well shoot! I've got a jar of it in my fridge right now! LOL Wish I could run it over! We use it to grill up chicken breasts & pineapple & then serve it on wheat buns with some white cheese, lettuce & red onion... YUM!
 

esavvymom

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I just checked google sources, and it looks like you can substitute regular Teriyaki Sauce or Stir-Fry sauce for the Baste & Glaze. One site said it just won't be as thick. Another site said " If you can't find the Teriyaki Baste and Glaze, then use a teriyaki marinade."

Hope that helps?
 

esavvymom

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OH...Found this...might help even more.

The author said this:
You can also substitute the home-made chicken glaze for any number of bottled glazes already on the market. Kikkoman makes some of the best glazes out there. My personal favorite is their Teriyaki Baste & Glaze. It tastes almost just like the home-made stuff. Just experiment until you find the one you like.


Teriyaki Chicken Glaze (links to the site I found this on)


2 Cups Soy
3 Cups Sugar
½ Cup Water
¼ Cup Freshly Squeezed Orange Juice
1 Teaspoon Ginger Powder
1 Shredded Carrot
2 Tablespoons Diced Onion



1. Place all ingredients in large stockpot and bring it to a boil.
2. Reduce heat to low and simmer for ten minutes stirring constantly.
3. Remove from heat, let cool and strain. The finished product should be a heavy dark marinade about the consistency of light syrup.
4. Refrigerate in an airtight container. It should keep well for about two weeks.



Heat Two tablespoons of peanut oil in a wok or skillet and add three ounces of diced boneless chicken breast. Stir fry the chicken until it turns white and then coat with the Teriyaki Glaze. Continue to stir-fry until the glaze caramelises. Top your rice bowl and dig in!
 

kam

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Well shoot! I've got a jar of it in my fridge right now! LOL Wish I could run it over! We use it to grill up chicken breasts & pineapple & then serve it on wheat buns with some white cheese, lettuce & red onion... YUM!

haha! me too! :)
 

kam

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I just checked google sources, and it looks like you can substitute regular Teriyaki Sauce or Stir-Fry sauce for the Baste & Glaze. One site said it just won't be as thick. Another site said " If you can't find the Teriyaki Baste and Glaze, then use a teriyaki marinade."

Hope that helps?

Yes! Thanks. And thanks for the recipe. I am about to head to 2 smaller grocery stores this morning to hunt. Even though they are smaller, I am hoping they might carry this. BUT - if they don't have it, I will just buy the marinade or stir-fry sauce. Atleast I have a back up plan now! Thanks!!!!
 

kam

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I can't believe I finally found it!!

We went to dinner tonight - and as a last ditch effort, I asked DH to stop by one last grocery store. This is the smallest of our grocery stores - and usually has the least selection. Well, their Asian section was about half the size of the other stores's....but they had the Iron Chef Baste & Glaze. It wss the last one. I couldn't believe it!!!

These meatballs better be good! :)
 
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