Cooking teriyaki sauce

Teriyaki sauce is a Japanese sauce that is often present in traditional cuisine. It is most commonly used for frying, but sometimes it can be used as a marinade. The basis for it is the usual soy sauce that is added to the rice wine Mirin, brown sugar and various spices. This is mainly ginger in dried or fresh form.

Shrimp and mussels cooked in this sauce, original and sweet taste. To prepare the teriyaki sauce by yourself, you will need: soy sauce (200 ml), dried ginger (50 g), brown sugar (5-6 slices), rice wine Mirin (2 tbsp).

On slow fire to warm the soy sauce, add sugar and wait until it dissolves. Then add the ginger and mix thoroughly. Now you can add the wine. Next you need to keep the sauce on low heat and continuously stir. The mixture should thicken. The finished sauce should be cool.

Cooking shrimp and mussels in teriyaki sauce

You will need: frozen mussels and peeled prawns (1 kg), onion (1 piece), bell pepper (2 PCs), teriyaki sauce (200 ml).

Throw the mussels in boiling water for 2-3 minutes, discard in a colander and allow to dry. In a pan fry the onions with vegetable oil, add bell pepper, previously cut into strips. Sauté for 5 minutes. Pour into the pan of shrimp and mussels.

Fry until half-cooked (until crisp) and add teriyaki sauce. Sauce fry for another 2-3 minutes. Serve shrimp and mussels in a teriyaki sauce recommended with rice and vegetables.

Mussels and shrimp in teriyaki sauce with rice noodles and seaweed

This recipe can be attributed to diet, as one hundred grams of the finished dish only 78 calories.

You will need: sea Kale (300 g) rice noodles (500 g), mussels and peeled shrimps (500 g), teriyaki sauce (100 ml).

Rice noodles must be boiled and rinsed. Cabbage pour boiling water and let stand. Thawed mussels and shrimp spread on a hot pan and fry without the sauce first, then add teriyaki sauce, stirring intensively. When the sauce starts to stick to the pan, remove immediately from heat, add the cabbage and stir. Noodles lay out on a dish, from above to lay shrimps, mussels and seaweed.

This savory sauce in all its glory will reveal the unique flavor of Japanese cuisine, and even the most demanding gourmets will appreciate the unusual taste of prawns and mussels, cooked with the addition of teriyaki sauce.