Looking for a teriyaki dish you can try at home? This teriyaki pork spareribs recipe is your answer! Teriyaki is originally from the Japanese root words teri, to shine, and yaki, to broil or grill. That explains the way traditional teriyaki looks: shiny and incised with grill marks. In country especially Japan, teriyaki is a mix of soy sauce, sake and the rice wine mirin, which imparts a subtle sweetness. Just like the most traditional recipe, there are also may versions of teriyaki varies on the wide range of ingredients that could use and the way it is cooked. The version we have here is so simple it only uses pork spareribs and Kikkoman teriyaki baste and glaze sauce. Give this recipe a try and spice up your meal with this teriyaki pork spareribs recipe. Happy cooking!
- 2 lbs. Pork spareribs
- Kikkoman Teriyaki Baste & Glaze Sauce
How To Cook Teriyaki Pork Spareribs Recipe:
- Tenderize the ribs on low heat by boiling for about 1 hour to 1 hour and 15 minutes. Prick the meat with a fork to check desired tenderness.
- Remove meat from pot and marinate in Teriyaki sauce for about 30 minutes. You will probably use close to half a bottle. Thin the teriyaki sauce with a little bit of water until slightly runny.
- Heat up about 1 tablespoon of oil in a pan. Brown the ribs on all sides on high heat. Add the marinade. Stir the ribs well into the sauce until it thickens and adheres to the ribs. Serve immediately.
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