Soy sauce is the perfect partner for oven-baked and grilled meat specialities, especially Kikkoman Naturally Brewed Soy Sauce, because it complements and perfects the flavour of the meat. The secret to achieving a delicious result is the marinade. It makes the meat beautifully tender in consistency, juicy and flavourful.
Why so? Marinating allows the aromas of the sauce to penetrate deep into the meat to flavourise it. It’s a simple as that! The marinade intensifies and rounds off the meat’s natural flavour. But it also enriches the flavour – or the flavour of fish or vegetables – with one of many special nuances, from honey to orange and apricot to olive.
Kikkoman has designed a new recipe collection that can be cooked in the oven or on the grill. It’s called ONE TRAY because the recipes are very simply cooked in an oven-proof tray without any other utensils. Try them out. You’ll love them! There are even videos for some of the recipes to help you achieve the perfect result.
Our recommendation for gourmets
Chicken legs in savoury honey & soy sauce
This charming recipe combines the flavours of soy sauce, honey, balsamic vinegar and ginger with tray-baked or grilled chicken legs. They taste great with new potato, tomatoes and beans on the side. Check out the recipe and video to see how they’re made:
For people who adore fruity flavours
Pork chops in fruity soy sauce
These pork chops are transformed into something amazing by marinating them in apricot jam and soy sauce before cooking them in the oven or on the grill. Serve with home-made mashed potato to create heaven on a plate.
Summery Japanese-style grilling
Yakiniku roast beef on toasted baguette
This grill and oven recipe brings an authentic Japanese touch to the dining table. The fine and elegant flavour of Yakiniku beef is accomplished with a soy sauce and red wine marinade. Then all you need is a little rocket and a baguette and your all-occasions meat speciality is ready to serve!
Here’s one for salmon lovers
Salmon fillet in orange sauce with mushroom cream sauce
If you’re a salmon fan this is the recipe for you. If you marinate the fish it tastes twice as good. We've chosen an orange and soy sauce marinade to add a special flavour nuance before the salmon is cooked in the oven or on the grill. Served with slightly bitter chicory and a delicious creamy mushroom sauce it tastes amazing.
A veritable feast for veggie fans
Colourful vegetables with olive-soy sauce dip
You don’t always have to put meat or fish on the grill. Vegetables are a healthy and delicious alternative option for vegetarians and flexitarians, with an olive and soy sauce dip as the perfect accompaniment. It’s a quick-to-make dish that you can serve as a side with the main course, or as an intermediate course.