This BBQ Sauce has a fringe of spicy tang and a balancing sweetness. Caramelized onions are blended into the mix, giving the sauce a bit of a smoky taste.
There’s not right or wrong when it comes to adjusting ingredients; what you add more or less of depends on your desired end result for different tastes.
Don’t be afraid to use the little bit of hot sauce listed in the ingredients; it is an addition that brings more to the flavor but remains mild enough for anyone, being a very small amount.
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This Sweet & Thick Teriyaki Sauce is a great Asian sauce that works with almost any Asian food.
It works well as a baste for grilling things, and even a marinade.
It also works good on fish, making a plain fish (like mahi-mahi or salmon) more flavorful.
⅓ cup soy sauce
⅓ cup water
⅓ cup brown sugar
¼ cup avocado oil
1 tablespoon white wine vinegar
1 tablespoon cornstarch
In a small bowl, thoroughly mix all ingredients (except for cornstarch) together.
Pour mixture into a medium/small skillet over medium heat, and bring to a boil.
Put cornstarch into a small bowl. Pour a bit of the boiling mixture into the cornstarch bowl, and mix until homogeneous.
Pour the resulting substance back into the skillet, and stir until all combined. Boil a bit more, and then turn to low, and continue to cook, while stirring until the mixture becomes thick like syrup.
Remove from heat and use as a baste, and/or a sauce for your fish (salmon, mahi-mahi, etc.)