Beef Teriyaki Recipe is an Americanized Japanese dish made with beef strips in a sauce of brown sugar, soy sauce, cornstarch, ginger, rice wine or dry sherry.
The name means to grill.
recipes call for marinating fish, chicken or beef, then grilling or
broiling with additional sauce.
In this recipe you sear the meat, add the sauce to the pan and finish cooking, eliminating any burned or bitter taste that sometimes accompanies over grilling or broiling.
Pour 1 cup water into a medium saucepan.
Stir in brown sugar, soy sauce and ginger.
Stir over medium heat until sugar has dissolved.
Mix cornstarch in the remaining 1/4 cup cold water until smooth.
Add mixture to saucepan.
Reduce heat to low temperature and cook while stirring until sauce has thickened
Remove from heat and stir in rice wine or Sherry.
Add oil 1/4 inch deep to skillet.
Heat oil and add beef strips.
Sear on medium heat 1-2 minutes on each side until lightly browned and medium to well done.
Drain excess oil from pan.
Stir in Teriyaki Sauce and heat while stirring on low heat until all is piping hot.
Serve over cooked rice.
Tip: At anytime if the sauce gets too thick for your preference, stir in a little water.
If it is too thin, cooked a little longer until it thickens enough.
This sauce is great added to or spooned over steamed or stir fried vegetables such as carrots, broccoli or colored bell peppers.
Cut your pineapple slices in several pieces and put them in a blender.
Add the pineapple pieces and pineapple juice, blending it until it is smooth.
Pour the pineapple in a large sauce pan and stir in the peanut oil.
Add the minced garlic, ground ginger, soy sauce, apple cider vinegar, brown sugar, and honey.
Mix together water and cornstarch until cornstarch has dissolved and add that.
Stir all until smooth.
Bring to a boil on medium heat while stirring constantly until the sauce has thickened.
When done, put a lid on the pan to keep it hot.
Add enough peanut oil in a skillet to sauté the beef tips.
When the beef tips are no longer pink inside, remove the beef tips and fold them into the hot Teriyaki Sauce.
Serve your Pineapple Teriyaki hot.
In addition to serving your Pineapple Teriyaki with cooked rice as suggested you can substitute Homemade Noodles for the rice.
Teriyaki was originally a Japanese cuisine.
The dish was invented by a Japanese Chef in the 1600s.
The first standalone restaurant in America was opened in Seattle, Washington in 1976, not so long ago.
The dish was so popular that the restaurant owner expanded his business into 17 locations in the Seatle, Washington area by 1996.