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Yakitori sauce

RandmanRandman Posts: 31
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
Nature Boy, I'll bet you have used this or know of it. If you have used it ( or anyone else ) is it pretty good? The ingredients sound real tasty.
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  • randman,[p]Yakitori is diggity dank! Be sure and use thighs and leave as much of the fat on as you can. Load it up on the garlic, and for a nice twist put slices of onion between the chicken before you grill it.[p]I'm assuming that you're using it for chicken as
    Yaki=grilled
    tori=chicken[p]Ganbate,[p]TT

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  • Nature BoyNature Boy Posts: 8,333
    randman,
    No. Sounds familiar though. I lived in Japan, but I was only 3. I love Japanese food. Do you have a recipe???[p]I'll try it.

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  • Nature Boy, I found a coupe of recipes at SOAR.

    [ul][li]Yakitori[/ul]
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  • MarkMark Posts: 295
    randman,
    I think the sauce your speaking of is or was sold at Sam's. Haven't seen it in quite a while but it has a sweet soy kind of taste, not bad though.
    Mark

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  • Nature Boy, I have no particular recipe in mind. I bought the sauce on impulse for something a little different. George found us some recipes..One of em calls for chopping the meat then threading it on a skewer. Sounds like it would be a bit difficult, probably easier to just slice thin.

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  • Another recipe.

    [ul][li]Yakitori[/ul]
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  • Tanker Tim, what is the importance on leaving on the fat? And are you saying to put onion slices under the skin or just stacked up between the pieces while they marinate? [p]Must be nice to speak more than one language. I have enough trouble with English!

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  • Nature BoyNature Boy Posts: 8,333
    George,
    You are a HUGE source of info George. Thanks.
    The recipes looked great. Seems like the recipes vary greatly. But soy sauce, ginger, garlic, sesame seeds are a big part of the picture. Great stuff with meat and eggs.[p]Cheers
    NB

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  • Nature BoyNature Boy Posts: 8,333
    Mark,
    Are you thinking about Yoshido's Gourmet Sauce??[p]Just picked up some at Costco. Sounds like the sauce you describe. Great on beef chicken and salmon.[p]Sound right??

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  • MarkMark Posts: 295
    Nature Boy,
    Yes, Yashido's, I stand corrected.
    Mark

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  • randman,[p]When the wife makes Yakitori, she uses thighs that come with out the bones. just cut them into chunks (without the skin)
    and leave as much of the fat on as it will help keep the meat moist when you grill it.[p]TT

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