Add the flavor of teriyaki sauce with just a shake or two of this bold tasting powder. Made with garlic and ginger with a touch of sweetness. Blend the powder with water for fresh teriyaki sauce. Use in dry seasoning blends, jerky, snacks, meat, poultry, sauces and marinades. We love it on steamed broccoli! No refrigeration required! The dry powder stores and travels well - great for emergency food supplies, camping, boating, and RVing.
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Net Weight: 10 pounds / 160 ounces / 4.54 kg.
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Ingredients: soy sauce powder [soy sauce (wheat, soybeans, salt), maltodextrin, salt], sugar, garlic, onion, spices, corn starch. Contains wheat & soy. Packaged in a facility that also packages milk, egg, sesame, peanuts, and tree nuts. May contain bioengineered ingredient(s).
Recipe: Unfried Rice
One pot and a lid - no wok required - to make a quick dinner or side dish.
4 cups water
2 cups long-grain white rice
1 egg - beaten
2 Tbls. butter OR 1 Tbls. butter powder
2 Tbls. dried minced onion
1 Tbls. teriyaki sauce powder
1 tsp. chicken soup base OR 2 tsp. chicken broth mix
1 cup frozen peas and carrots blend (thawed is better, but not necessary)
~ In a 2-quart saucepan over medium-high heat, bring water to a boil.
~ In the meantime, measure the rice into a sieve and rinse thoroughly under cold water for at least 1 minute; set aside to drain.
~ Once the water is boiling, slowly pour the beaten egg into the water while whisking briskly with a fork. This will create thin threads of cooked egg.
~ Stir rice and remaining ingredients into water, bring back to a boil, then reduce heat to low, cover, and cook for 20 minutes. Do not open lid or stir.
~ After the 20 minutes is up, remove the pot from the burner and allow to rest for 5 minutes with the lid on.
~ Fluff with a fork and serve.
Note: You can add diced, cooked chicken or pork or even a can of shrimp to the rice and make it a meal.