A quick and easy homemade teriyaki sauce with the addition of fresh pineapple. Use on stir-fries or as a marinade for chicken breasts, steaks or vegetable skewers.
After preparing the marinade, I thought it tasted pretty sweet, but I have to say that it did a fantastic job of marinating a London Broil. It was just sweet enough, and the soy sauce didn’t overpower the flavor as many teriyaki sauces do. Shane, thanks for sharing your recipe, we enjoyed it! - 21 Oct 2015 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
We were looking for a good teriyaki sauce recipe for our grilled pork steaks. We came across this one and made it with a few tweaks. We did not have sake on hand so we didn't use that, We added one teaspoon of crushed red pepper flakes, and I used a heaping tablespoon of ground ginger (because I love Ginger!). Also, instead of honey I use brown sugar and it was spectacular! We marinated the steaks and grilled them and then simmered the sauce down on the stove after bringing it to a boil and poured that over the steaks when they were done. - 15 Jul 2017 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Very tasty an just sweet enough. - 04 Mar 2017 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)