Teriyaki Sauce with Toasted Sesame
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250 ml bottle

Teriyaki Sauce with Toasted Sesame

We’ve added the Teriyaki Sauce with Toasted Sesame to our range for teriyaki fans who like a mild, nutty taste.

This sauce has a naturally nutty flavour that harmonises perfectly with poultry, meat, fish and most kinds of vegetable – and it also makes a great dip! The basis of this sauce is the traditional Kikkoman Naturally Brewed Soy Sauce – supplemented with fresh toasted sesame seeds and other selected ingredients. That’s why it has such a full-bodied flavour.

Teriyaki is a combination of the two Japanese words “teri” (glaze) and “yaki” (to grill or braise). The Japanese have been preparing traditional teriyaki-style foods for generations. 

First of all the seafood, meat or vegetables are put into a teriyaki marinade before they are fried, braised or grilled. Classic teriyaki sauces have a sweet-savoury flavour that adds a special taste dimension to foods cooked in the pan, in the oven or on the barbecue. And teriyaki isn’t just for the Japanese cuisine! Teriyaki sauces are also ideal as a seasoning for traditional pan-fried, oven-baked or grilled foods from all over the world.

The Kikkoman Teriyaki sauces are premium-quality ready-to-use marinades. They are available in various flavours: pure and delicious as Teriyaki Marinade, with roasted garlic, honey or toasted sesame – and there’s also a gluten-free version. Give them a try! They're a great way to incorporate new flavours into marinated and grilled foods.

This Kikkoman sauce is suitable for vegans.

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Soy sauce (Water, Soybeans, Wheat, Salt), Water, Sugar, Sesame seeds (1.6%), Modified starch, Spirit vinegar, Garlic powder, Black pepper, Salt, Capsicumextract.

Nutrition information per 100 ml

Energy966 kJ / 231 kcal
Fat2.6 g
of which saturates0.6 g
Carbohydrate44 g
of which sugars43 g
Protein4.8 g
Salt6.1 g

Did you know?

Teriyaki Sauce with Toasted Sesame is big on flavour. All you usually need are a few splashes in the pan or casserole dish. Also, try marinating chicken in the sauce before you cook it. The finished result is wonderfully tender and the sauce gives it a slightly nutty flavour.