Glaze-Grilled Salmon Steaks

Shaké no Teriyaki

Preparation info
  • Serves


    • Difficulty


Appears in
An American Taste of Japan

By Elizabeth Andoh

Published 1985

  • About

The word teriyaki has become synonymous with Japanese-style cooking on restaurant menus throughout America. The word is often tagged to chicken or steak that’s served with some sort of soy sauce gravy. In fact, teri means “to shine” and yaki means “to sear with heat.” True teriyaki foods are grilled or broiled, then sealed with a shiny soy glaze to keep in the juices of the cooking fish or meat. The succulent salmon steaks here are a fine example of teriyaki</