When we lived in the U.S. we used to get a great sauce / marinade called Teriyaki Baste & Glaze.
I remember the name but not who made it although my guess would be Kikkoman as that seemed to be the name on most things related to soy sauce.
It was thick so, after marinating, it became a glaze on the barbecue.
I loved it.
I can’t get it here.
So I tried making my own.
It wasn’t a thick sauce but I loved the flavors.
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Teriyaki Lamb Chops
An easy, home-made Teriyaki Sauce flavors these simple grilled Lamb Chops. The Teriyaki Sauce will keep well in the fridge and is great for pork, chicken, and burgers.
- Prep Time: 10 minutes
- Marinate: 15 minutes
- Cook Time: 10 minutes
- Total Time: 35 minutes
- Yield: 2 servings 1x
- Category: Lamb
- Method: Grilling
- 4 lamb chops
- 1/4 cup (2oz, 60ml) Teriyaki sauce
- 1 tbs fresh rosemary, chopped
- Teriyaki sauce:
- 1/2 cup (4oz, 120ml) soy sauce
- 1/4 cup (2oz, 60ml) water
- 1/4 cup (1.75oz, 50gr) brown sugar
- 2 tbs sherry vinegar
- 1/2 tsp powdered ginger
- 1/2 tsp garlic powder
- Combine all ingredients for Teriyaki sauce in a saucepan.
- Heat just until sugar and spices dissolve.
- Allow to cool, refrigerate unused portion.
- Combine 1/4 cup Teriyaki sauce and rosemary.
- Pour marinade over chops and let marinate for 10 – 20 minutes.
- Remove from marinade and cook on barbecue 3 – 5 minutes per side, depending on thickness and heat of fire.
- Remove and serve.
Use purchased Teriyaki Sauce rather than making your own if you prefer.
- Serving Size: 1 slice
- Calories: 374
- Sugar: 6.9 g
- Sodium: 507.6 mg
- Fat: 23.2 g
- Saturated Fat: 11.7 g
- Trans Fat: 1.6 g
- Carbohydrates: 9.6 g
- Fiber: 0.8 g
- Protein: 32.1 g
- Cholesterol: 98.3 mg
Keywords: lamb chops, grilled lamb, teriyaki sauce
We also love lamb ‘steaks’ which are sliced from the leg: Grilled Lamb Steaks with Mustard Butter
As usual nothing in my potager is growing according to my schedule.
Apparently, nature does not adhere to schedules.
My tomato plants do not even reach my waist yet… which is late.
However, 2 of them have tomatoes…. which is early.
The sweet corn is right on time.
The Romaine is a little early but the beans, although they came up on schedule, seem reluctant to climb to the top of the strings.
The 4 summer squash plants are proceeding nicely.
The winter squash range from barely growing to getting ready to sprawl.
Every year I record all of this in my gardening notebook.
Every year I look back and read that nothing is growing according to schedule.
Perhaps it’s my schedule that is in error.