2 Recipes for Teppanyaki Sauce | Choose a Twist of Soy or Ponzu
Raise your hand if you ever wanted to try those grilled Japanese dishes that are made right in front of you on a grill and serve with mouthwatering flavored sauce.
Now we don’t have to go all the way to Japan or find a Japanese steakhouse to eat these dishes but, you can do these dishes all by yourself in the comfort of your home.
Let’s get you started.
In order to complete these teppanyaki dishes, you will need 2 things.
The first thing is a good grill to make the dishes on and the second thing is the sauce. Here are suggestions and recipes for making that delicious dish that’ll make you say, “arigato’ to yourself.
In this post we'll cover:
Teppanyaki twist of Soy Sauce
- Cooking pot
- 1 bottle soy sauce
- 1/2 cup water
- 1 white onion sliced
- 2 clove garlic or any amount you prefer
- 1/4 lemon sliced
- Boil the sliced onion and soy sauce in water in a pot.
- After everything has been boiled, add the garlic in the mixture.
- Then store the whole thing inside a bowl and let it stay like that for about a week. After
everything settles down, strain to remove any uneven lumps and the pieces of onion from the sauce and add a dash of lemon juice.
Hot and spicy teppanyaki sauce
This adds a twist of flavor to your soy sauce which you can use to spice up your dishes.
If you want to make it a hot and spicy teppanyaki sauce, then just add some chili peppers to the pot while it is cooking to give it a bit of a kick.
Take a look at our buying guide for all the tools you will ever need to make these delicious meals yourself at home
Grilled fish on a teppanyaki plate needs some ponzu sauce (like this recipe), they are a deadly combo.
Bound to make seafood lovers’ mouth drool with its taste, you’ll need these ingredients to make the ponzu everyone knows and loves:
- Vinegar 16 oz
- Ponzu 16 oz
- Water 16 oz
- Soy sauce 32 oz
- Sugar 4 tablespoon
- Orange juice 1 packet
Just mix everything mentioned in the ingredients. Yes, it is that simple.
We’ve also got a great ketogenic option to try out if you’re into that diet thing.
Joost Nusselder, the founder of Bite My Bun is a content marketer, dad and loves trying out new food with Japanese food at the heart of his passion, and together with his team he's been creating in-depth blog articles since 2016 to help loyal readers with recipes and cooking tips.