The secret ingredient for your best-ever barbecue: Kikkoman Teriyaki Marinade

Ramp up the taste factor with a sauce that does it all

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Grill gurus, al fresco diners and have-a-go banger broilers, your time has come to shine – National BBQ Week is finally here.

We all know the British weather can be a bit unpredictable, so when the conditions are right, it’s full steam ahead to the back garden, tongs in hand. But if you’re having a spontaneous barbecue, you’re going to need to have a foolproof flavour booster on standby – and that’s where Kikkoman Teriyaki Marinade comes in. A blend of Kikkoman’s naturally brewed soy sauce, wine and spices, it’s perfect for bringing a taste of Asia to your cooking.

With this sweet-savoury sauce on your side, there’s no need to marinate your food overnight. Simply pour half a bottle over your meat, fish or vegetables, and it’ll infuse them with a delicious teriyaki flavour in as little as 30 minutes (though of course, the longer you leave it, the more intense the flavour will be).

Want to up the flavour ante a little more? Brush some more marinade over your food as it cooks to form a glossy caramelised glaze. Etymology fact: in Japanese, ‘teri’ means ‘glaze’ or ‘shine’, and ‘yaki’ means ‘grilled’. Never has a sauce been so self-explanatory…

There’s a Kikkoman Teriyaki Marinade to suit every taste, too. Take your pick from the original Teriyaki Marinade, Gluten-free Teriyaki Marinade, Teriyaki Sauce with Toasted Sesame, Teriyaki Sauce with Toasted Garlic and Teriyaki BBQ sauce with Honey (all of which are vegan, apart from the Teriyaki BBQ Sauce with Honey).

Sun shining? Coals glowing? Grill calling your name? Then why not give one of these mouthwatering Teriyaki Marinade recipes a try?

Barbecued teriyaki ribs with glazed butternut squash

It's that time of year again. The sun is out – and so, of course, are the barbecues. If you fancy something a little different from the usual burgers and sausages this National BBQ Week, why not give these flavour-packed teriyaki ribs a try?

They couldn't be simpler – just marinate your pork ribs overnight with a blend of Kikkoman Teriyaki Marinade, garlic and rice wine, stick them in the oven for a bit, then get them on a grill. Serve with glazed butternut squash for an easy, summery dinner with a Japanese twist.

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Barbecue pork and pineapple teriyaki kebabs

Got some pork in the fridge? Some pineapple? Some Kikkoman Teriyaki Marinade? Then get your skewers at the ready, FoodTribers – these tasty barbecue pork and pineapple teriyaki kebabs are just a few steps away.

Perfect for a sunny weekend barbecue, this easy-to-follow recipe is light, yet satisfying – and packed with punchy Japanese flavour. The secret to getting them just right? Make sure you chop the meat and vegetables into similar size chunks so they cook at the same time. Et voilà: the most delish food-on-a-stick around.

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Kikkin' teriyaki and garlic chicken burger

Chicken burgers. We all love 'em... but now we're all cooped up indoors, the question on everyone's lips is: how do you make a restaurant-level burger yourself? Well, fortunately for us, Kikkoman might just have the answer, in the form of this heavenly Kikkin' teriyaki and garlic chicken burger recipe.

The star of the show? Kikkoman Teriyaki Sauce with Roasted Garlic. Grab a tablespoon and apply generously for the yummiest barbecue chicken bun your back garden has ever seen...

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Super sesame beef burger

There's nothing like a beef burger cooked the right way. You know how I mean – over glowing coals on a barbecue, with the sun beating down. But if you'd like to try something new this National BBQ Week, why not give this stunner of a sesame-packed beef burger a whirl?

Brought into existence by Asian sauce experts Kikkoman, this isn't just any hamburger – it's a hamburger covered in succulent teriyaki sauce with added sesame, topped off with all your favourite bun-fillers. We bet you'll be back for seconds...

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