How to cook Japanese Chicken Teriyaki
The “teri” in teriyaki means “glossy,” and that’s the secret of this thing — you coat an ingredient with a light, thin glaze to give it incredible sweet-savory flavor and a lovely, shiny sheen.
The way to cook teriyaki is first to brown your ingredient on both sides in a hot skillet, then brush on the glaze, flipping and brushing on more glaze as you cook, until the ingredient is done. You can easily cook teriyaki on a charcoal or gas grill, too. So to prepare, say, swordfish steak teriyaki (like in the picture above), preheat a skillet over medium high heat.
Japanese Chicken Teriyaki by Pinoy Recipe dot net: