Teriyaki Sauce for Rib-Eye Steaks

Bonnie Krudis Recipe

By Bonnie Krudis bkrudis

Bonnie Krudis in California:
I have made this marinde/sauce for years and everyone loves it, especially on steak or chicken; it is easy to make. I got it from a Japanese/Hawaiian couple and tweaked it a bit to make it mine....
"Bonnie's Teriyaki Sauce"

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one c
superfine sugar
one c
low-sodium soy sauce
one tsp
ground ginger
three clove
miced garlic
1/2 tsp
optional msg
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Directions Step-By-Step

Mix all ingredients together well-stir awhile with spoon to absorb the sugar.
This teriyaki sauce keeps well refrigerated. To marinate steak in it, place in bowl and turn thick steaks (rib-eye is best) every hour or so for at least 4 hours and no longer than 8 for best results. Note: you can slice the steaks in small 2-inch pieces if you want before broiling.
I broil steaks on foil-lined rimmed cookie sheet not too far from heating element about 4-5 min. per side. Be sure to broil along with fresh pineapple chunks which are great in the marinade. Serve with heated left-over sauce, rice and a steamed green veggie. Enjoy!

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