Teriyaki is arguably one of the most flavorful sauces you can hit your taste buds with. That perfect combination of sweet and salty flavors, not to mention the rich coloring and irresistible shine it imparts to whatever food you douse it with!
Due to such fanfare, it’s no surprise that there are a ton of bottled teriyaki sauce options out there, each with the promise of adding ample flavor to your cooking with minimal effort. As you may have experienced first hand, however, not all teriyaki sauces are created equal.
We’re doing the dirty work, tasting and evaluating our way through 15 different bottles of the top teriyaki sauce brands as well as a few newcomers to the condiments aisle. We've got the inside scoop and are sharing it all with you. Let’s dive in!
What is Teriyaki Sauce?
Teriyaki is a sweet, sticky sauce that is well-known as a key player in Japanese cuisine. Funny enough, it is not believed to have been invented in Japan, rather, it is thought that teriyaki sauce is the result of Japanese immigrants living in Hawaii who were trying to recreate the flavors of home using ingredients that were available to them on the islands!
The origin of the word teriyaki is actually rooted in a cooking technique as opposed to a sauce. Teri, in Japanese, describes something as “shiny”, “glossy”, or “lustrous”, while yaki translates to “grill”.
Put it all together and you essentially get “Shiny Grill Sauce”, which, while not giving away any clues on how the sauce tastes, certainly makes sense when you think about how it is used! Most often poured over stir fried or grilled foods as they cook, teriyaki effortlessly gives these dishes a wonderfully glazed appearance and savory appeal.
What is Authentic Teriyaki Sauce Made Of?
Traditional teriyaki sauce is actually quite simple, typically containing the following few ingredients: soy sauce, mirin or sake, and sugar. These components come together to make a sweet sauce which is the perfect balance of tangy and salty flavors.
Commercial versions of teriyaki sauce are made with a much wider range of ingredients, which may be implemented for taste and/or textural purposes. Bottled teriyaki sauce might contain sweeteners like high fructose corn syrup or molasses, or they may make use of thickeners like corn starch or xanthan gum.
For even more variation, some teriyaki makers choose to add special flavorings like hot chili, roasted garlic, or sweet honey!
Store Bought Teriyaki Sauce Brands We Tested
Thankfully, you don’t need to understand the ins and outs of flavor balancing to get the crave-worthy flavor profile of Japanese teriyaki sauce into your meals. There are plenty of bottled teriyaki sauces out there to choose from and we set out to taste and evaluate the following 15 of them:
- 365 Whole Foods Market Organic Teriyaki Sauce
- Big Tree Farms Organic Soy-Free Teriyaki Marinade & Sauce
- Blue Dragon Spicy Teriyaki Sauce
- Coconut Secret Teriyaki Sauce & Marinade-Organic
- Kikkoman Roasted Garlic Teriyaki Marinade & Sauce
- Kikkoman Takumi Teriyaki Sauce
- La Choy Teriyaki Sauce
- Lawry's Teriyaki Marinade with Pineapple Juice
- Ocean's Halo Soy-Free Teriyaki Sauce
- P.F. Chang's Home Menu Teriyaki Sauce
- Primal Kitchen No Soy Organic Teriyaki Sauce & Marinade
- San-J Gluten Free Teriyaki Lite
- Soy Vay Spicy N' Sweet Chili Heat Teriyaki Marinade & Sauce
- Soy Vay Veri Veri Teriyaki Marinade & Sauce
- Sweet Baby Ray's Honey Teriyaki Sauce & Marinade
Our Methodology for Reviewing the Best Teriyaki Sauces
As a means to objectively taste and review our batch of store bought teriyaki sauces, we grouped them according to a number of different characteristics. From there, we set out to select a winner for each of 7 distinct categories of review:
- Best Classic Teriyaki Sauce
- Best Organic Teriyaki Sauce
- Best Specialty Teriyaki Sauce
- Best Soy-Free Teriyaki Sauce
- Best Reduced Sodium Teriyaki Sauce
- Best Flavored Teriyaki Sauce
- Best Premium Teriyaki Sauce
In order to determine the ranking of each bottled teriyaki sauce as it pertained to each of the above categories, we scored each product according to the following 5 criterial points:
- Taste & Texture: the flavor and viscosity of each teriyaki sauce, and how well these factors come together to produce a sauce which fulfills the expectations most folks hold for a typical teriyaki sauce.
- Versatility: whether or not each product can be used in multiple ways such as for grilling and stir frying or as a cooking sauce and dipping sauce.
- Nutrition Content: including sodium and sugar contents as well calories per serving. This criteria also takes into account the overall quality and types of ingredients used.
- Value: calculated out to a price per ounce measure.
- Production & Packaging: such as visual appeal of packaging choices, any convenience factors, and quantity & quality of information that is featured on the labeling.
Best Classic Teriyaki Sauce: P.F. Chang's Home Menu Teriyaki Sauce
When it comes to teriyaki sauce, most folks have something already in mind, an expectation they are counting on that humble bottle to fulfill once opened. Often these ideals of what constitutes a classic teriyaki sauce are formed by an encounter with teriyaki street food or takeout, and therefore it makes perfect sense that the best classic teriyaki sauce is also one of utmost simplicity.
Reviewing P.F. Chang's Home Menu Teriyaki Sauce
Here is how P.F. Chang's Home Menu Teriyaki Sauce scored in each of our criteria categories:
- Taste & Texture: 5.0 / 5.0
- Versatility: 4.8 / 5.0
- Nutrition Content: 4.4 / 5.0
- Value: 4.8 / 5.0
- Production & Packaging: 5.0 / 5.0
- Overall Score: 4.8 / 5.0
Though one might mistakenly categorize them as a fast food option, P.F. Chang’s chain of restaurants bears a rich history, one which is full of authentic Chinese dishes and cooking techniques. So when this restaurant group decided to launch their Home Menu line of products, it’s no wonder these items were also full of bona fide flavor!
Seeing as this company also scored a spot on our countdown of the Best Frozen Egg Rolls, we weren’t too surprised that their teriyaki sauce secured a top spot on this review as well. According to our tasters, it had the best and most on the nose teriyaki taste of all of the products we evaluated. The flavors of soy sauce, brown sugar, pineapple juice, sake wine, ginger, garlic, and chili paste all come together to produce one richly flavored sauce.
We also love the way its thick, syrupy texture makes any food you toss it in immediately take on a lustrous gleam. This teriyaki sauce is ideal for glazing grilled meat or vegetables and can also be used for a dipping sauce, although you might opt to whisk in a bit of cool water to thin things out a bit before doing so.
The deep coloring of this teriyaki adds a nice caramel color to chicken and pork, and accentuates the richness of red meat nicely as well. Plus, a QR code on the back is easy to scan, delivering all of the most important food and product information right to your fingertips!
Unfortunately, P.F. Chang's Home Menu Teriyaki Sauce might not be the best teriyaki sauce for use in high heat situations like brushing on meat before it hits the grill or using in stir fry dishes. The thick, syrupy texture of this sauce makes it prone to burning, so be sure to add it towards the end of cooking or use it as a finishing sauce for proteins after they come off the grill.
- Features the best, most classic teriyaki flavor!
- Thick, shiny texture gives foods a supremely appetizing appearance.
- Can be used as a glaze or dipping sauce.
- Rich coloring gives a nice caramelized appearance to foods.
- Scannable QR code SmartLabel gives you access to full product info.
- Not as versatile as some other teriyaki sauces, as the extra thick texture makes it prone to burning during grilling, stir frying, or high heat skillet cooking.
Best Organic Teriyaki Sauce: Big Tree Farms Organic Soy-Free Teriyaki Marinade & Sauce
We were thrilled to score several different organic teriyaki options in the mix during the shopping phase of our review process. It may not seem like buying organic is as important when shopping for condiments as it is for fresh produce.
However, since teriyaki sauce is derived from plant based ingredients like soy and rice, considering organic is a wise move!
Reviewing Big Tree Farms Organic Soy-Free Teriyaki Marinade & Sauce
Here is how Big Tree Farms Organic Soy-Free Teriyaki Marinade & Sauce scored in each of our criteria categories:
- Taste & Texture: 4.2 / 5.0
- Versatility: 4.5 / 5.0
- Nutrition Content: 4.3 / 5.0
- Value: 4.2 / 5.0
- Production & Packaging: 5.0 / 5.0
- Overall Score: 4.4 / 5.0
As per their website, the mission of Big Tree Farms is to “produce good-for-you foods that support a better-for-you world”, and they're offering several types of sweeteners and sauces--including our winning bottle of teriyaki--which do just that.
One of the things we love most about this particular sauce of theirs is that it is super simple, consisting of a mere 4 ingredients. Using just organic coconut aminos (a super savory derivative of coconut tree sap), organic raisin juice concentrate, organic sesame oil, and organic ginger extract, this company was able to concoct a richly colored and deeply flavored teriyaki marinade and sauce. This teriyaki is dietary-friendly on many fronts as it is soy-free, gluten-free, vegan friendly, paleo friendly, and whole30 approved!
It also bears a few different impressive certifications including the USDA certified organic stamp, non-GMO project verification, as well as a seal from the Control Union Fair Choice--which means that this company meets a number of fair trade centric principles. The label on our Big Tree Farms Organic Soy-Free Teriyaki Marinade & Sauce also indicates that it is regeneratively farmed, which is a more environmentally-friendly form of agriculture. And, if you’re hungry for more info about this company or their sauces, simply scan the QR code for that and access to tasty recipes!
We have to admit, though it does have teriyaki vibes, this sauce is not exactly what we crave when we think "Mmm, teriyaki". Something about it leaves a somewhat bitter, and overly salty flavor in the mouth and if you ask us, the bit of raisin juice in the mix is just not quite enough sweet to balance out the salty tang! Also, Big Tree Farms Organic Soy-Free Teriyaki Marinade & Sauce features one of the highest calorie contents of all of the teriyaki we tested, delivering 35 calories per tablespoon.
- Very simple ingredients list features just 4 ingredients, nothing weird or unpronounceable here!
- Suitable for a wide range of diets and eating plans including soy-free, gluten-free, paleo, vegan, and whole30.
- USDA certified organic and non GMO verified.
- Certified as a Control Union Fair Choice--an indicator of the company's fair trade mindedness.
- Big Tree Farms uses regenerative farming practices to make their products.
- Scannable QR code takes you to company info, product details, and recipes!
- Misses the mark on teriyaki a bit, as the raisin juice is not sweet enough and the whole sauce is a bit too bitter.
- At the upper end of the charts in calorie content, with 35 calories per 1-tablespoon serving.
Best Specialty Teriyaki Sauce: Kikkoman Takumi Teriyaki Sauce
When it comes to teriyaki sauce, or any store bought products for that matter, there is basic and then there is specialty. Specialty products are those which we consider to be an elevated form of the original product. Perhaps a bit more rare, maybe (but not always!) more pricey, but invariably worth the search.
Reviewing Kikkoman Takumi Teriyaki Sauce
Here is how Kikkoman Takumi Teriyaki Sauce scored in each of our criteria categories:
- Taste & Texture: 4.8 / 5.0
- Versatility: 4.3 / 5.0
- Nutrition Content: 4.9 / 5.0
- Value: 5.0 / 5.0
- Production & Packaging: 4.3 / 5.0
- Overall Score: 4.7 / 5.0
We were unfamiliar with the word “takumi” upon first encountering this product, however, once we looked it up, it made perfect sense why they would give this teriyaki such a designation! Takumi is a Japanese word meaning “artisan” or “skilled”, and if it were up to us, artisanal is exactly the word we would have chosen to describe this sauce as well.
Kikkoman Takumi Teriyaki Sauce certainly delivers that handcrafted appeal, with an impressive list of whole food ingredients including soy sauce, sesame seeds, mirin (a type of Japanese rice wine which is distinct from rice vinegar!), ginger, garlic, and onion. These ingredients come together, giving the sauce its distinct flavor--one that is full of sweetness and a nice soulfulness thanks to plenty of those toasted sesame seeds. The texture of this sauce was among our favorites as well, with a barbecue sauce-like glossy appearance that made it perfect for use as a glaze, finishing sauce, or dipping sauce.
Despite the “specialty” designation and the small-batch vibe of this product, it was actually the most affordable of all the teriyaki sauces we picked up! Our bottle cost us a mere $0.19 per ounce, and with taste this rich, a little will go a long way, meaning this 20.5-ounce bottle is bound to last you a while.
Though more cost-effective than its smaller counterparts, the downside of this super-sized bottle is that it is a bit awkward to work and pour from. We found it tough to control the amount of sauce coming out, as one moment it would be slow going and then, suddenly, a tidal wave! We recommend emptying this one into a bowl or pitcher first and then using a ladle for more control.
Also, while we love the multitude of sesame seeds in this sauce, they tend to collect in an obnoxious clump in the neck of the bottle. Be sure to shake very well before using, or, like we said, just go ahead and get the sauce into a different container before using it.
- Features an artisanal, small-batch feel with unique flavor and texture.
- Ingredients list is composed of all whole foods--no funny preservatives or additives!
- Toasted sesame seeds are a unique and welcome addition to the flavor profile of this sauce.
- Multifunctional as a glaze, finishing sauce, or dipping sauce.
- Has the lowest price point of all sauces we tested!
- Comes in a large, heavy, awkward to pour from bottle--best to portion it into a separate container while cooking.
- The sesame seeds clump and get stuck at the neck of the bottle. Shake well!
Best Soy-Free Teriyaki Sauce: Ocean's Halo Soy-Free Teriyaki Sauce
Seeing as soy sauce is one of the main ingredients in traditional teriyaki sauce, we were quite surprised to find as many soy-free teriyaki options as we did--and at such quality as well! To that point, some of the soy-free sauces were actually winners of categories other than this one, pointing to just how good they can be.
Reviewing Ocean's Halo Soy-Free Teriyaki Sauce
Here is how Ocean's Halo Soy-Free Teriyaki Sauce scored in each of our criteria categories:
- Taste & Texture: 4.6 / 5.0
- Versatility: 5.0 / 5.0
- Nutrition Content: 4.6 / 5.0
- Value: 4.5 / 5.0
- Production & Packaging: 4.8 / 5.0
- Overall Score: 4.7 / 5.0
Unlike most teriyaki sauces, which glean their savory flavor from soy ingredients, this one gets its kick from kelp. Kelp, and other types of seaweed, is naturally high in glutamates, a compound which is known for giving foods such as cheeses, mushrooms, and meats their super savory umami taste.
By making use of this relatively untapped source of glutamates, the folks at Ocean's Halo came up with a great way to mimic the savory flavor of regular soy sauce, without the soy of course! In addition to a decently well balanced sweet-sour-salty flavor, if you ask us, this sauce has just about the perfect texture. It is viscous enough for glazing and dipping, but still pourable enough to use as a marinade and a cooking sauce. We also love the nice flecks of black pepper and seaweed that are visible throughout the sauce.
In addition to being soy-free of course, this teriyaki alternative is also vegan, gluten-free, and USDA certified organic. And, in a world of fairly nutrient-less teriyaki sauces, we were pleased to see that this one provides just a touch of vitamin D--about 10% your recommended daily intake. Thank you, kelp!
On the downside, this one had a tang to it which wasn’t quite our favorite. In addition to the funky oceanic punch delivered by the kelp itself, we noticed on the ingredients label this one also contains lime juice and apple cider vinegar! These three flavors come together in a way that is not for the faint of taste.
Also, within the first few ingredients there are three major sources of sugar listed: organic brown sugar, organic pineapple juice concentrate, and organic molasses. Though we like to see that refined sugars are nowhere to be found, these three sweeteners add up, giving this teriyaki one of the highest sugar contents of all: 7 full grams of sugar per 1-tablespoon serving.
- Makes use of naturally glutamate-rich kelp as a stand-in for soy ingredients!
- Excellent not too thick, not too thin textures makes this sauce supremely versatile, capable of meeting all of your teriyaki cooking needs.
- Flecks of black pepper and kelp are appetizingly speckled throughout the sauce.
- Soy-free, vegan, gluten-free, and USDA organic.
- Provides 10% DV of vitamin D.
- Has several ingredients which impart tang including the kelp itself, as well as lime juice and ACV, making the flavor of the final product just a little sharp.
- Each 1-tablespoon serving has 7 full grams of sugar, which is among the highest of all sauces we tested.
Best Reduced-Sodium Teriyaki Sauce: San-J Gluten Free Teriyaki Lite
Maybe you’re someone who watches their sodium intake for health reasons, or maybe you simply prefer teriyaki sauce to be a bit less salty. Either way, you’ll be happy to hear that there is a teriyaki sauce option for you too!
Reviewing San-J Gluten Free Teriyaki Lite
Here is how San-J Gluten Free Teriyaki Lite scored in each of our criteria categories:
- Taste & Texture: 4.5 / 5.0
- Versatility: 4.7 / 5.0
- Nutrition Content: 5.0 / 5.0
- Value: 4.6 / 5.0
- Production & Packaging: 4.6 / 5.0
- Overall Score: 4.6 / 5.0
San-J got its start all the way back in 1804 as the San-Jirushi company. For the last 200+ years, they’ve been turning out authentic Asian sauces and condiments, and are especially well-known for their range of tamari options. And that, is exactly what they have made their Gluten Free Teriyaki Lite from! Rather than a basis of soy sauce, a basis of tamari ensures that this teriyaki is 100% soy and does not contain any wheat whatsoever.
This particular iteration of their teriyaki sauce is extra light on the sodium content, with just 200 milligrams (about 9% your recommended daily intake) per 1-tablespoon serving. This less than half as much as the other teriyaki products we evaluated, most of which hovered around 500 milligrams of salt per tablespoon.
It has a nice, well-rounded flavor profile as a result of tamari, honey, sake, plum juice, and just the right amount of ginger that leaves you with the slightest tingle on your tongue! With all of this flavor going on, you certainly don’t miss the salt, we can tell you that much. This sauce really shines when you use it to marinate meat or vegetables, or for an extra flavorful trick, try mixing it into ground beef for amped up burgers! This sauce also provides a little bit of iron, as well as is non-GMO and FODMAP friendly!
The texture of San-J Gluten Free Teriyaki Lite is not the most ideal as it is actually rather thin as compared to the other teriyaki sauce options we tried out. It’s actually not that much thicker than straight soy sauce! It will do well as a marinade, but is so watery, you likely won’t get quite the same sticky, glazing effect that you might be looking for with a more traditional type teriyaki. Also, while it is gluten free, this product is not soy-free, which stands to pose some confusion for folks as soy-free/gluten-free teriyaki sauces are typically one and the same.
- Made from tamari, a different type of soy sauce which doesn’t contain wheat or gluten traces.
- Contains less than half the amount of sodium as compared to other teriyaki options, with just 200 milligrams per 1-tablespoon serving.
- Combination of ingredients produces a complex flavor profile, with a pleasant tang of ginger in the background.
- Works wonderfully as a marinade or for seasoning burgers or other mixtures.
- Provides a small boost of iron!
- Is non-GMO and FODMAP friendly.
- Has a rather watery texture, making it less versatile as it won’t perform the same glazing action as other, thicker teriyakis.
- Is gluten-free but NOT soy-free, which may pose some confusion for folks.
Best Flavored Teriyaki Sauce: Kikkoman Roasted Garlic Teriyaki Marinade & Sauce
While teriyaki is indeed its own flavor profile, there are actually many uniquely flavored teriyaki sauces out there on the market. Among them we found varieties with zesty flavors such as spicy teriyaki, honey teriyaki, sweet chili teriyaki, and our category winner: a roasted garlic variety from Kikkoman.
Reviewing Kikkoman Roasted Garlic Teriyaki Marinade & Sauce
Here is how Kikkoman Roasted Garlic Teriyaki Marinade & Sauce scored in each of our criteria categories:
- Taste & Texture: 4.3 / 5.0
- Versatility: 4.3 / 5.0
- Nutrition Content: 4.0 / 5.0
- Value: 4.6 / 5.0
- Production & Packaging: 4.6 / 5.0
- Overall Score: 4.4 / 5.0
Scoring a winning spot for the second time on our list, Kikkoman is without a doubt one of the most popular and well crafted teriyaki sauce brands out there. Their company is over a century old and to this day, their products feature naturally brewed soy sauce, just as they did in the beginning.
This roasted garlic version of their Kikkoman Teriyaki Marinade & Sauce bears the phrase “robust garlic flavor” on the front of the label and oh boy, were they ever telling the truth! The fact is, you better be a garlic lover if you’re going to crack open this sauce. It takes a triple dose of garlic flavor from the inclusion of crushed garlic, natural garlic flavor, and roasted garlic powder.
All of this allium is a bit overpowering when tasted solo, so we don’t necessarily recommend using this one as a dipping sauce. However it does well to marinate steaks or chicken wings--there are even easy directions on the back for how to use it on meat or poultry--and makes for a great simmer sauce or stir fry seasoning!
We love the visible chunks of garlic that add an extra bit of sweet flavor and a unique texture to the sauce, as well as the fact that this one features among the lowest of the sugar contents, with just 3 grams per 1-tablespoon serving.
Unfortunately, the sodium content of this sauce from Kikkoman is just a bit ridiculous, delivering 740 milligrams of the stuff in every tablespoon. That’s over a third of your recommended daily intake in just a small spoonful of sauce!
We’re also not huge fans of the fact that this sauce contains a small amount of sodium benzoate. Though this compound is accepted by the FDA as “generally regarded as safe”, there is ongoing debate about whether or not it can contribute to health issues. Though the amount of sodium benzoate in this sauce is quite small, if you prefer to eat clean and preservative free, this one’s not for you.
- Packs a ton of garlic flavor thanks to the inclusion of 3 different garlic ingredients!
- Perfect for marinating meat or poultry, as the bottle comes with simple recipes for doing both.
- Can also be used as a simmer sauce!
- Features visible pieces of crushed garlic mixed throughout the sauce, providing a nice textural component.
- Has one of the lowest sugar contents of all the sauces we studied, with just 3 grams per tablespoon.
- Is extremely high in sodium, with over 700 milligrams per 1-tablespoon serving.
- Contains a small amount of sodium benzoate, a common food additive that may pose health concerns.
Best Premium Teriyaki Sauce: Primal Kitchen No Soy Organic Teriyaki Sauce & Marinade
One more teriyaki sauce was among our group of top favorites, however it’s a bit of a splurge item. When you feel like treating yourself, look no further than the best premium teriyaki sauce!
Reviewing Primal Kitchen No Soy Organic Teriyaki Sauce & Marinade
Here is how Primal Kitchen No Soy Organic Teriyaki Sauce & Marinade scored in each of our criteria categories:
- Taste & Texture: 4.6 / 5.0
- Versatility: 4.7 / 5.0
- Nutrition Content: 4.7 / 5.0
- Value: 4.0 / 5.0
- Production & Packaging: 4.8 / 5.0
- Overall Score: 4.5 / 5.0
Primal Kitchen has only been cranking out specialty condiments and sauces for less than 10 years, but is already making quite a splash! Founded by an Ironman competitor, the products from this company are wellness oriented, carefully curated, and in a word: special.
We swooned for the mild flavor of this tasty teriyaki sauce, much more subtle than many of its counterparts. The sweet-savory flavor comes from just the right combination of coconut aminos, balsamic vinegar, dates, orange juice, and tamarind. There are also a few sesame seeds in the mix, and we love that this teriyaki sauce has a bit of oil as well, which is an unusual, but welcome addition!
In addition to being soy-free (as the name indicates), Primal Kitchen’s No Soy Teriyaki Sauce & Marinade is USDA certified organic by Quality Assurance International, non-GMO project verified, whole30 approved, keto certified, paleo certified, and certified gluten-free. Wow, can you say "overachiever"?
It also features the lowestcalorie content of all the sauces we evaluated with just 15 per 1-tablespoon serving. And, we love that the packing provides access to lots of cooking tips, recipes, and product info!
As comes with the territory in the Best Premium category, this teriyaki sauce is hands down the most expensive of the bunch. At nearly $8.00 for this wee small bottle--just 8.5-ounces!--your money is not going to get you very far if you’re marinating a big batch of veggies or making stir fries for a crowd.
In addition, Primal Kitchen No Soy Organic Teriyaki Sauce & Marinade has a much paler color than you’d expect, and certainly is less rich looking than the other sauces we included in our study. This may be a matter of preference, but without that deep brown "teriyaki color", the food you cook in it will sadly not turn out as robust in appearance!
- Has a pleasantly subtle, offbeat flavor thanks to the unusual combination of ingredients featuring tamarind and balsamic vinegar among others!
- Allergen friendly as it is free from both soy and gluten.
- Diet friendly as it is suitable for paleo, keto, and whole30 eating plans.
- The lowest in calories out of all teriyakis we tried!
- Product label gives access to additional info including recipes.
- Extremely expensive as compared to more typical teriyaki sauces, costing us $0.92 per ounce.
- Way lighter in color than you’d expect teriyaki sauce to be, therefore doesn’t give food the same attractive coloring.
Final Thoughts on the Best Store Bought Teriyaki Sauce
Perhaps you seek a teriyaki sauce that reinvents itself, or you are committed to more classic options. Maybe you need a teriyaki sauce that is suitable for a certain dietary needs or you simply want a sauce that is a bit more special. In any of these cases, there is an excellent version of bottled teriyaki sauce out there waiting for you!
Including one of these best store bought teriyaki options is sure to make your next meal taste delicious. So go ahead, grab your favorite wok pan or fire up the grill and put that bottle of teriyaki sauce to work. After all, the whole idea behind store bought sauces like these is to make your job of cooking a meal even easier!
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