Organicville’s Island Teriyaki sauce is a cooking sauce made with agave nectar instead of sugar or high fructose corn syrup.
Gluten-free, the Island Teriyaki sauce has a delicious taste of garlic, pineapple sauce and bits of sesame seeds. It’s perfect for a gluten-free healthy stir-fry dish.
I purchased the Island Teriyaki from Public Grocery store. I found it in the health section. Here are some ideas of how to cook with Organicville Island Teriyaki, and what I learned from my review:
No 1: Organicville Island Teriyaki calories: One tablespoon serving contains 25 calories.
No. 2: Organicville Island Teriyaki nutrition: One serving has 1 gram of fat, zero trans fat, zero cholesterol, 3 grams of sugar, 240 mg sodium and no fiber. It has 4 total grams of carbohydrate.
No. 3: Organicville Island Teriyaki ingredients: filtered water, organic tamari sauce, organic agave nectar, organic pineapple juice, organic soybean oil, organic sesame sees, organic white vinegar, organic ginger puree, minced onions, garlic and other ingredients.
No. 4: Organicville Island Teriyaki is made by Organicville, a company based out of Emeryville, California.
No. 5: Organicville Island Teriyaki uses agave nectar instead of sugar which is known to have less of an impact on blood sugar levels. It’s great for people who are diabetic or on a low-carbohydrate diet. I’m also a fan of yogurts sweetened with Agave nectar such as Siggi’s.
In terms of flavor, it’s a tad sweet, but not overpowering. It has a nice fruity, pineapple flavor. It’s not as spicy at the Annie Chun’s Kung Pao Asian Sauce.
How to use Island Teriyaki Sauce
To make a healthy gluten-free stir-fry dish, just sauté your favorite vegetables in a little olive oil in a wok on medium heat. Cover. Slice up your chicken, steak or toss in a handful of shrimp. Remove the lid to stir occasionally. After about 7 minutes, when the meat is cooked thoroughly, add your Island Teriyaki sauce and, if desired, Braggs Amino Acids. Cook for just a few more minutes until the vegetables are cooked as desired. Serve with brown rice or white rice or with rice noodles. It’s delicious for any Chinese or Japanese stir fry recipes.
For taste and nutrition, I give Organicville Island Teriyaki 4 out of 5 stars.
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Source: Island Teriyaki sauce packaging