So happy to find this product at Walmart. It adds so much flavour to your food and during this health crisis and stay at home orders, it is a real mood lifter.
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- One 17 fl. oz. bottle of Mr. Yoshida's Sweet Teriyaki Marinade & Cooking Sauce
- Mr. Yoshida's Sweet Teriyaki Marinade & Cooking Sauce is a versatile ready to use sauce
- Contains a unique blend of flavors for a classic teriyaki taste
- Use as a marinade or cooking sauce for chicken, beef and fish
- Packaged in a resealable and easy to pour bottle
- Refrigerate after opening
- Great for those keeping Kosher
Contains wheat, soybeans.
Ingredients: Ingredients: Soy Sauce (Water, Wheat, Soybeans, Salt), Sugar, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Yoshida’S Mirin (Water, Dextrose, Mirin [Rice, Alcohol, Enzymes, Salt], Lactic And Succinic Acids), Water, Dehydrated Garlic, Spice, Modified Corn Starch, Sunflower Oil.
Instructions: Shake well. Refrigerate after opening.
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No cholesterol, Marinade And cooking sauce used for beef, chicken, fish or vegetables, No fat, Kosher
Kraft Heinz Company
|Assembled Product Weight|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
2.01 x 4.00 x 8.25 Inches
Thus stuff is the BEST!! Please start carrying it in your Pierre, SD store so I dont always have to order it online! I always have to buy multiple bottles because they seem to go out of stock online a lot but theyre definitely worth it.
Best. Sauce. Ever.
This is hands down one of my favorite sauces. It is FANTASTIC just drizzled over steamed veggies and rice, but I like it as a quick Korean BBQ rice dish, as a marinade for grilled chicken, with potstickers, onigiri, musubi, and sushi. A must try!
If you have not tried Mr. Yoshida's original sauce, you should! It is mildly teriyaki and sweet and really can be used as a dipping sauce for egg rolls, pot stickers and more; marinade your boneless chicken breasts for the BBQ grill. Cut up your beef or chicken and sauté' in Mr. Yoshida's sauce with fresh vegetables, serve with your favorite rice. You might even try blending some Mr. Yoshida's Sauce into your hamburger and then grilling.
I use to use this product all the time a number of years ago, then it disappeared off grocery store shelves. I was unable to find it anywhere. I gave up trying to find it. Then I came across it when I started looking for a soy sauce I was told about at Walmart web site. It had been so long I wasn't sure this was the same product. I used it mostly for making cocktail meatballs but also marinated chicken or steak. My son verified it was the same sauce after I made the meatballs again. Glad it's back!
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