For a Teriyaki Wing appetizer, pour over chicken wings or drummettes. Bake at 450°F until thoroughly cooked, basting often.
PINEAPPLE JUICE, HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP, WATER, SALT, SOY SAUCE (WATER, WHEAT, SOYBEANS, SALT), SHERRY WINE, SUGAR, RED WINE VINEGAR, CARAMEL COLOR, MODIFIED FOOD STARCH, SPICE, GARLIC POWDER, CITRIC ACID, XANTHAN GUM (FOR CONSISTENCY), SODIUM BENZOATE (USED TO PROTECT QUALITY).
1 tbsp. (15mL)
I recently stopped using your teriyaki marinade because it is saltier than it used to be. I would rather taste the marinade flavors than the salt.
bm | October 13, 2017 |
My family loves when I use this marinade. I use it in my cgicken, steak and pork chops.
isabel | February 23, 2016 |
My kids and I love this with chicken, served with rice
Trish | February 10, 2016 |
Too salty! Low on caramelized notes, pineapple, and ginger/spice flavor. Tastes more like soy sauce with a pinch of white sugar.
Irene | August 03, 2015 |
New recipe with 620 mg. of sodium is TOO SALTY!!! At first bite all you taste is salt not teriyaki. Almost tastes like regular soy sauce. Please go back to the 560 mg. sodium recipe. Have used it for years because it made chicken delicious.
Beverly | August 31, 2014 |
BUYER BEWARE: SHOCKED LAWRY'S ISN'T DISCLOSING NEW, WORSE RECIPE! Even Lawry's Website shows inaccurate recipe! Same label design on product so consumers are unwittingly buying a bottle of High Fructose Corn Syrup (eeeeew!) and Water, Sherry Wine AFTER Red Wine Vinegar and 620 mg Sodium (26%). Old recipe 1st ingredient was Pineapple Juice (now #3), Sherry before Red Wine Vinegar, and 560 mg Sodium (23%). LAWRY'S OUGHT TO CLEARLY DISCLOSE "NEW GROSS RECIPE" ON BOTTLES OF TERIYAKI MARINADE and any other marinades you've changed!
Robin | June 20, 2014 |