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post #61 of 87

thanks dude.i was dieing because i never have any money and i could have that stuff for brec lunch and din.every day.im not kidding.it is omg.

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post #62 of 87
Can you please send me this recipe you have on the chicken teriyaki you made I love this food I want to try this so bad thank you for your time.
post #63 of 87

Thanks to this forum and just for fun, I made short video clip of my Chicken Teriyaki experience. Thanks everyone who helped me get the recipe.

 

 

post #64 of 87
This is amazing. Just tried something similar last week, but i couldn't find chicken thights and had to use breast. Can't wait to try it hy the book at some point.

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post #65 of 87

Hi Dean,

 

Could you post the recipe?

 

Thanks!

M

post #66 of 87

Please see post #22.

 

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Dean

post #67 of 87

How many pounds of chicken is used in post # 22 recipe? I can't find it in the thread. 


Edited by Julia Sarver - 10/20/12 at 4:41pm
post #68 of 87

Look back through the thread, the recipe has such details.

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How many pounds of chicken is used for this recipe? 

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post #69 of 87

Ok, so I tried this reciepe and I for the life of me cannot get my chicken to thicken.  I have to admit, I do not have a mixer, so by hand for the last 45 minutes I have been stirring chicken and it is not working.  I have the chicken, water, sherry, pepper and oil in the mixing bowl.  Am I missing an ingredient? 

 

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Ok, so I tried this reciepe and I for the life of me cannot get my chicken to thicken.  I have to admit, I do not have a mixer, so by hand for the last 45 minutes I have been stirring chicken and it is not working.  I have the chicken, water, sherry, pepper and oil in the mixing bowl.  Am I missing an ingredient? 

 

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post #71 of 87

Cornstarch.  Thanks but at what point do I add that!  cornstarch!

post #72 of 87

Dean i would greatly appreciate it to know your side of the recipe! Thanks

post #73 of 87

I know you posted a long time ago but wondering of you still have your recipe and can send it to me!

 

rmoumine@optonline.net

 

thanks!

post #74 of 87

@ Love & Rita....

 

 

just go thru the thread from the start.   All the information is there and it's only 3 pages. 

 

Reading everything will also help you as you will get all the tips/hints and pointers. (and opinions)

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post #75 of 87

Two thinks I think will help. One is Kikkoman Teriyaki Baste & Glaze, The second thing is to cook the chicken exceptional fast over high heat so it remains very tender. To insure it is moist, oil it before it is Barbequed over a smokey grill. The glaze is put on after the chicken cooks.

post #76 of 87

I love the stir fried carrots, cabbage and broccoli served with the teriyaki.  Can you tell me what is squirted onto the griddle first before adding the vegetables?  Is it a flavored oil or just water to create steam?  Would like to know details on how to make them at home.

post #77 of 87

anybody ever go on here?  does anyone have a recipe for terryaki chicken bites?smile.gif

post #78 of 87

I have seen people on here go on and on and on...rollsmile.gif

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post #79 of 87

Has anybody bothered to ask one of the guys at Sarku about the recipe? If you ask the manager obviously you'll be out of luck but try to ask one of the guys who's at the grille. 
My local Sarkus have hispanic guys doing the grilling and, because I'm also hispanic, I know they won't mind telling you the ingredients used.

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Has anybody bothered to ask one of the guys at Sarku about the recipe? If you ask the manager obviously you'll be out of luck but try to ask one of the guys who's at the grille. 
My local Sarkus have hispanic guys doing the grilling and, because I'm also hispanic, I know they won't mind telling you the ingredients used.

Read the thread... the entire process and recipe is here.   From one of the guys who did work at the Japanese commissary kitchen.

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post #81 of 87

Could I have the recipe PLEASE!!!!  geocabrera1@gmail.com

post #82 of 87

@ Sargon...Could I have the recipe PLEASE!!!! 

post #83 of 87

Read the thread from the start - all the information you need is there.

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post #84 of 87
I going to attempt to make this for 12 people......thought on how many thighs I should use per person for a serving....I bought boneless skinless thighs at Costco.
post #85 of 87

We went to the Sarku Japan at the Tacoma mall for the first and LAST time. We had  the treriyaki  chicken with steamed rice. It was so greasy and tasteless.  I should have gotten my money back  I didn't know steamed rice could be greasy The film stayed in my mouth all day.

post #86 of 87

i saw your post for your recipe for the Sarku sauce  can i have it please?

post #87 of 87

Read the thread - all the information is there.

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