Blend everything in a blender/food processor.
Puree until smooth.
This recipe will make 3 cups of sauce which is enough to marinate 2 and 1/2 pounds of chicken or tri-tip steak.
To marinate chicken or steak, place it in a glass bowl or plastic bag. Cover with the marinade and refrigerate for up to 24 hours.
Remove the chicken or steak from the marinade and pat dry. You can cook the chicken or steak on an outdoor barbeque or on a grill pan on the stovetop.
Put the remaining marinade in a medium size pan and boil for 15 minutes. (If the marinade gets too thick, add 2-3 Tablespoons of water and continue boiling.)
Strain the marinade through a fine sieve and drizzle on top of cooked chicken or steak.
Adapted From: Guy Kawasaki
Thanks Guy for sharing with us your world famous Teriyaki Sauce recipe!
I’ve done a step-by-step photo-tutorial on how to make (indoor) Grilled Chicken with this fabulous marinade. Everyone loved it!
I love these videos! Looks like a killer sauce to try for all the festivities this week.
Hi Guy, Loved your video! Lively, entertaining, and just the right length. It inspired me to check out more videos on http://startcooking.com. I added it to my Google Reader. Thanks! Dulcita Love
Thanks Dulcita! startcooking.com is all about learning the basics via short (and fun!) videos or my photo-tutorial blog posts.
Great video. Loved the name written in the sugar.
I appreciate this site and am learning lots from it. It gives me hope that I too can become a better cook.
That was absolutely great for people, such as myself, with short attention spans! I’m going to try this out asap.
That was fun! I love how the vegetables have a fun personality!
Yes, here at startcooking.com we believe vegetables should have personalities!
BTW Are you and Nina still making videos?
That’s a heck of one load of sucrose, Guy. I thought you’d be more of a fructose kind-a-Guy.
Thanks for being there in the dark days.
I have no doubt, all that sugar is what keeps Guy so sweet!
Great recipe and an entertaining video. Guy Kawasaki is a Rennaisance man and a cooking genius.
Yes we had great fun making this video with Guy’s recipe! He was an absolute delight to work with!
That looks awesome! By the way, i’m here from the philippines and i have never seen teriyaki sauce with that color! what i usually see are reddish brown in color. Can you please shed some light into this? Love your videos! its really educational!
Guy Kawasaki and startcooking.com team up to bring you this amazing BBQ marinade. Guy Kawasaki’s famous teriyaki sauce is perfect for beef or chicken. You will be sure to impress your guests. Enjoy!Want to Know More?
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