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Meet four of our creator-partners and discover their tasty takes using Teriyaki Takumi.

Kikkoman sauces, coatings and seasonings are inspiring food creators all across America, and they’re sharing their delicious recipes on social media. We’re always on the look-out for the best and brightest of these creators, and we invite them to partner with us in developing big-flavored, easy, family-friendly recipes featuring our products.

Recently, we asked four of our creator-partners to come up with a quick, delicious recipes using Kikkoman® Teriyaki Takumi, Original flavor.

We call our line of Takumi sauces “America’s Artisan Teriyaki,” because they’re rich, thick, and crafted with ingredients like sweet rice wine, garlic, ginger, onion, and sesame seeds for a look and taste that turns everyday ingredients into delicious works of art. They come in five fabulous flavors: Original, Garlic & Green Onion, Gochujang Spicy Miso, Triple Ginger, and Korean BBQ. We hope you enjoy meeting our creator-partners and trying out some of their latest Takumi masterpieces!

My Nguyen

My Nguyen of @MyHealthyDish develops recipes for wholesome, satisfying food the entire family can enjoy—and as a mother of two, she knows a thing or two about pleasing picky eaters! Her cooking videos offer tips and time-saving advice, inspiring others to get into the kitchen and get great tasting food on the table.

Teriyaki Chicken Musubi: Musubi is room-temperature cooked rice wrapped in nori (the seaweed sheets used to make sushi rolls) with a filling of meat or vegetables. My’s easy version layers chicken thighs cooked in Kikkoman® Teriyaki Takumi sauce with pineapple slices for a sweet-savory handheld snack or light meal.

Teriyaki Beef Chow Fun: Chow fun—a quick stir-fry of chewy fresh rice noodles—is easy to make at home. For rich, satisfying flavor, My marinates steak in Kikkoman® Teriyaki Takumi sauce, then stir-fries it with onion, ginger, garlic, scallions, rice noodles, and more Takumi. Enjoy, and have fun!


Sally of @maihomecooking is a passionate home cook who shares recipes and flavors from her Vietnamese heritage and other Asian cuisines, using easy step by step instructions to inspire others to cook.

Teriyaki Chicken Crispy Egg Roll: To make egg rolls easy, Sally starts with store-bought coleslaw mix, which she blanches and combines with sauteed ground chicken and Kikkoman® Teriyaki Takumi sauce. Once you make that quick filling, you’re ready to roll!

Teriyaki Glazed Bacon Breakfast Sandwich: Want to start your day with a little extra umami? Sally gives bacon and eggs a teriyaki twist by brushing cooked bacon with Kikkoman® Teriyaki Takumi sauce, and layers it on toasted brioche buns with fried eggs and cheese.  



Sheila of @shewillevolve is a mom of four who is here to inspire with easy, creative recipes that ANYONE can make! Her goal is to make cooking approachable, fun & full of flavor.

Teriyaki Salmon Bite Bowls: Sheila’s clever technique of cutting salmon into chunks, tossing them in Kikkoman® Teriyaki Takumi sauce and air-frying is a quick way to make delicious teriyaki salmon bites that are a perfect protein for topping rice bowls or salads.

Bacon Wrapped Teriyaki Chicken with Pineapple Salsa: Boneless, skinless chicken breasts can be bland. Not these! Sheila glazes them with Kikkoman® Teriyaki Takumi sauce, wraps them in bacon, brushes on more Takumi, bakes them, and then broils them to crisp the bacon. Her easy pineapple salsa makes the perfect sweet-tangy-spicy accompaniment.



Pete of @pete_eats is a multicultural Southeast Asian creator who aims to inspire, educate, and connect people through food and experiences by encouraging them to try new things and sharing cultural awareness through food and travel.

Glazed Teriyaki Chicken Meatball Rice Bowl: Pete’s tasty ground chicken meatballs make a quick weeknight dinner or an awesome party snack. Kikkoman® Teriyaki Takumi sauce gives them a sweet, mouthwatering glaze and an irresistible appearance.

Teriyaki Steak Bites: To make these tasty steak bites, Pete tenderizes cubes of steak with a secret ingredient, baking soda, before searing them in a hot skillet and finishing them with Kikkoman® Teriyaki Takumi sauce. His quick and easy garlic rice rounds out the meal.

The Teriyaki Takumi Recipes





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