Teriyaki sauce



noun

a sauce made from soy sauce, sake, sugar, ginger, and seasonings and used as a marinade for meats that are then grilled, broiled, or fried; also called teriyaki , teriyaki marinade
Word Origin

1961; < Japanese teri gloss + yaki roast

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