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Yakiniku No Tare Recipe- Japanese Style BBQ Sauce

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If you are the Japanese, when you hear the word “grilled meat”, the sound of oily meat touching an iron plate or net, the h of white smoke rising a little in your eyes, the fragrant scent, saliva in your mouth Will accumulate.

So what is yakiniku again?

Yakiniku is Japanese-style grilled meat and has been one of traditional national cuisine for a long.

The secret of attracting grilled meat in Japanese style is not like a steak as you see every day. Beef or pork is thinly sliced, seasoned, or marinated, and, you grill on an open-flame grill or tabletop by yourself.

Since meat is cut thinly, it cooks so quickly. Generally, the Japanese dip slices of meat, sometimes, put them top on the rice and eat.

At home, you can also use electric griddle places in the center of the table.

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Use cooking chopsticks or a tong, each member grill their own meat and take care of their own meat.

If you get ready, here is a homemade Japanese-style BBQ sauce recipe.

It can be used for marinate sauce and also dipping sources.

Yakiniku No Tare

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The key of savory rich sweetness in this source is to simmer carefully Japanese sake or white wine and sugar in step 1.

Don’t be rush and take time to simmer slowly until the color get gloden brown.

If you put it on medium to high heat, the water in alcohol will be burnt off and it will not bring savory rich sweetness.

Apple, pear, or pineapple juice can be used as a substitute for pears or apples. They bring fruity sweetness and also help to tender meat.

It’s better to make this sauce the night before rather than using a fresh-made sauce.

Since it contains grated fresh fruits, it will be last in the refrigerator for about a week.

Japanese BBQ sauce, Yakiniku no Tare, recipe

Japanese BBQ Sauce (Yakiniku no Tare)

This is the all-purpose sauce to bring Asian breeze to your dish.


  • 1/2 cup Japanese sake or white wine
  • 1/3 cup brown sugar
  • 2 tbsp honey
  • 1 clove garlic grated or pressed
  • 1 tsp grated ginger or powder
  • 2 tbsp grated pear or apple or apple juice
  • 1/2 cup dark soy sauce (kikkoman)
  • 2 tbsp sesame oil
  • dried red hot chili pepper
  • 2 tbsp white roasted sesame seeds


  • Simmer Japanese sake (or white wine) and brown sugar with low heat until the color turns golden brown. (for about 10 min.)
  • When the color turns golden brown, turn off the heat, add the rest of the ingredients while it is still warm.
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Marinade meat for 2 hours before cooking. Better freeze marinade meat rather than leaving it overnight because soy sauce can dry the meat out.

This soy sauce-based sweet BBQ sauce stimulates your appetite, how about the fluffy rice with grilled meat?

It can be also savory salad dressing with an Asian breeze. If you want to eat more vegetables rather than rice, here is my hubby’s favorite BBQ beef salad bowl recipe.

Sesame And Sesame Oil

If you want to bring Asian breeze into your cooking more, you can’t miss sesame seed products, especially sesame oil.

In Japanese cooking, we use roasted sesame oil a lot.

We also eat dishes ued sesame seeds for our wellness life such as Gomae.”

There is a wide range of sesame seeds products, why not consider a little better stuff for your healthy cooking and better taste.

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