Chicken with Teriyaki Froth
Galaxy Gas Nitrous Infused Recipes
Teriyaki chicken is everyone’s favorite. It is a popular Japanese style grilled chicken that is served with a glossy, sweet sauce. You can make your own teriyaki sauce, or use a commercial sauce. The Teriyaki sauce is so versatile and flavorful that it also goes well with mutton, shrimps, or beef. The Galaxy Gas Nitrous Recipe: Chicken with Teriyaki Froth is a great addition to your weekend menu. Teriyaki sauce is one of the things most people will not consider making at home, and choose to buy the commercial teriyaki sauce. Here is an easy recipe for making teriyaki sauce that requires only your pantry staples. You can serve this bold and thick sauce with all types of meats. This simple yet scrumptious teriyaki sauce recipe will make you wonder why you haven’t tried it before. If you often make the teriyaki sauce at home, the teriyaki foam whipped in the Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser will surely surprise you. We promise that once you try this recipe you will never buy the over-salty, chemical-laden commercial sauce.
- Soy sauce – 1 cup
- Hoisin sauce – 3 tablespoon
- Brown sugar – ¾ cup
- Rice vinegar – ¼ cup
- Diced pineapple – 1 ½ cup
- Fresh red chili – 1 – diced
- Garlic cloves – 3 – diced
- Ginger – 1 tablespoon
- Chicken breasts – 4
- Garam masala – 5 gram
- Prepared Teriyaki sauce – 2 cups
- Xanthan gum – 2 g – 0.4%
- Pineapple – 6mm cubes
- Red chile peppers – sliced thinly
- Fresh ginger
- In a saucepan, mix all ingredients and heat slowly.
- Let it simmer for five minutes while stirring frequently.
- Turn off the heat and let it cool.
- Sprinkle salt, pepper, and garam masala over the chicken and rub lightly.
- Preheat the water bath till it comes 141 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Place the chicken in the sous vide bag and seal tightly.
- Put the bag in a water bath for 2 to 4 hours until the chicken is done.
- Remove from the bags and pat dry.
- Grill the chicken or cook it with any other method if you don’t prefer the sous vide method.
- Blend the teriyaki sauce with xanthan gum.
- Pour into a Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser through a sieve and funnel.
- Charge with a Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Charger and shake vigorously to infuse the recipe.
- Keep in a warm water bath if you prefer serving a hot sauce.
- Cut the chicken into small slices measuring about 0.5” or 12mm.
- In each plate, place 4 – 6 slices.
- Add pineapple slices and chile pepper slices.
- Dispense the teriyaki froth around the chicken and garnish with basil.
- Top with some fresh ginger and serve it.
How to thicken the Teriyaki sauce?
The sauce is not thickened by any thickening agents such as cornstarch. The ultimate gloss comes from the caramelizing sugars, which allow the sauce to make a nice coat over the chicken. Ginger and garlic enhance the flavors and take them to the next level.
What is the difference between teriyaki sauce and soya sauce?
Soya sauce is the base ingredient of a teriyaki sauce, but a few more ingredients are added to it to achieve an irresistible teriyaki sauce. Soya sauce is saltier, and the addition of brown sugar sweetens teriyaki.
Is Teriyaki sauce good for health?
Though Teriyaki sauce is rich in flavors, it’s not as great from a nutritional perspective. Each tablespoon supplies about 16 to 20 calories with a negligible amount of other nutrients. Commercial Teriyaki sauce contains an excessive amount of sodium, exceeding 50% of your daily sodium intake.
People with hypertension should use Teriyaki sauce with caution, carefully calculating their total sodium intake. In that case, you can make your Teriyaki sauce with low-sodium soy sauce to keep your sodium control under control.
What goes best with Teriyaki Chicken?
You can enjoy this delicious treat with the following sides;
Cucumber and tomato salad
Steamed broccoli or cauliflower
Pair this delightful teriyaki chicken with our Nitrous Infused Eggplant with Shiro Miso Glaze and Honey Foam!