Melting Pot Teriyaki Dipping Sauce Recipe

Melting Pot Teriyaki Dipping Sauce Recipe

You all have been so familiar with this melting pot sauce. The melting pot retails this thick sauce by bottles and luckily you don’t have to buy any bottles from now. Here is the melting pot teriyaki dipping sauce recipe, absolutely bottle like, ever better! Just spend 10 minutes behind this and boom! The beef fondue marinade is prepared. 

Melting Pot Sauce Recipes?

This special sauce is always magnificent, only served as a sauce along with meats (chicken, beef, pork, lamb) as well as a marinade. Because of its versatile nature, I love preparing this sauce every time. Besides, the homemade one is much thicker than the jarred one. Let me say what else I do with it. I have used it as a sauce for grilled chicken, added into chicken pieces as marinade, on broccoli, salmon glaze, in noodles, etc. Let’s start with the recipe. 

Chicken Fondue Dipping Sauces Ingredients

1 cup of lukewarm water

5 tbsp. of packed brown sugar

1/4 cup of dark soy sauce

1–2tbsp. of honey

1 large clove of garlic, finely minced (about ½ tbsp.)

1/2 tsp of ground ginger

2 tbsp. of cornstarch

1/4 cup of cold water

Methods of Preparing Fondue Sauces Step by Step:

Step 1: Take out a medium sized saucepan, and pour 1 cup of water over high heat.

Step 2: When the water is about to boil, reduce the heat to medium heat, and add 5 tbsp of brown sugar, ¼ cup of dark soy sauce, 2 tbsp of honey, ½ tbsp. of garlic, and ½ tsp of ginger. 

Step 3: In a small bowl, add 2 tbsp of cornstarch along with ¼ cup of water. With a fork, whisk until completely dissolved. 

Step 4: Now, pour the cornstarch mixture into the saucepan with other ingredients. 

Step 5: Cook the sauce until it thickens as desired. When the melting pot spices reach to the desired thickness, remove from heat. If the sauce is too thick, add more water to make it thin. 

Store in a glass container and you can use it for up to 2 weeks. 


As you can see the versatile usage of it. Taste it immediately when done, and you will be sure this is one of the best teriyaki dipping sauces ever. Waste no time! Add this to your cooking experience and enjoy!

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