15 June 2010

Marinade / Finishing Sauce: Bone Suckin' Yaki

Here's another unique joint from the folks at Bone Suckin'.  This sauce is a teriyaki / balsamic vinegar hybrid that packs a serious jolt of flavor; the NY Daily News ranked it #1 against some heavy hitters.

FLAVOR - Razor sharp teriyaki tang morphs into balsamic, finished off with sweet garlic and sesame
CONSISTENCY - Thin, but holds its coating to food
APPEARANCE - Dark brown, almost black, with visible flecks
SMELL - Strong teriyaki odor with layers of garlic and balsamic vinegar
AVAILABILITY - Readily available

INGREDIENTS - Organic evaporated cane juice, soy sauce (water, soybeans, wheat, salt), Italian balsamic vinegar, sesame oil, garlic, organic extra virgin olive oil, spices, xanthan gum

The bottle label recommends use on "steaks, seafood, wings, chicken, pork, sushi, lamb, pasta, stir fry, vegetables," but that's pretty much like saying you should pour it over the food pyramid.  I particularly recommend this sauce for pork (esp. tenderloin), chicken, stir fry (and other similar Asian-inspired dishes) and salmon.  Bone Suckin' lists some recipe ideas on their site, including the Easy Yaki Tenderloin found on the bottle. 

Note:  Certified Gluten Free

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