Whole30 Teriyaki Sauce: Compliant Brands & Recipes

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Teriyaki sauce is a yummy way to add flavor to stir frys, meats, and other dishes. The question everyone (at least everyone on Whole30) wants to know is – where can I find a compliant teriyaki sauce?

We’re sharing info about compliant Whole30 teriyaki sauce brands, as well as recipes for making your own at home.

1. Whole30-Friendly Coconut Aminos Teriyaki Sauce

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If you’re in desperate need of some Teriyaki sauce, you’re in luck – Coconut Secret, the same company that makes the popular Coconut Aminos (used in many Whole30 recipes and one of the essential ingredients on any comprehensive Whole30 shopping list), also makes a Coconut Aminos Teriyaki Sauce!

The Coconut Aminos Teriyaki Sauce contains:

Ingredients: Organic coconut sap, sea salt, organic ginger, organic onion, organic garlic, organic cayenne pepper

Coconut sap is on the OK list, so this teriyaki sauce is Whole30 compliant!

Compliant Whole30 teriyaki sauce is often difficult to come by, since most traditional brands are packed with sugar. However, the Coconut Aminos sauce is an exception!

Where to Find It: Amazon or in local grocery stores

2. Primal Kitchen No Soy Teriyaki Sauce

Ingredients: Water, Organic Coconut Aminos (Organic Coconut Syrup, Himalayan Salt), Organic Balsamic Vinegar, Organic Dates, Organic Orange Juice Concentrate, Sea Salt, Organic Tapioca Starch, Organic Ginger, Organic Garlic, Organic Tamarind, Organic Sesame Seeds, Organic Distilled Vinegar, Organic Sesame Oil, Organic Yeast Extract

Where to Find It: Amazon or Thrive Market

Whole30 Teriyaki Sauce Recipes: DIY

Decided you’d rather make your own, DIY style? Check out some of our recommended Whole30 teriyaki sauce recipes below!

  • Pineapple Teriyaki Sauce from Just Jessie B: This recipe uses pineapple, coconut aminos, ginger, garlic, red pepper flakes, and arrowroot flour for a tasty, sweet sauce. Make sure you have a food processor or blender on hand for this recipe!
  • Paleo Teriyaki Sauce from Paleo Grubs: This paleo teriyaki sauce recipe uses coconut aminos, orange juice (or water), ginger, garlic, and chili flakes. Leave out honey and tapioca flour to make this Whole30-friendly.

Do you have any Whole30 teriyaki sauce recipes or complaint brands to recommend? Share your thoughts in the comments!

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Meg Mars
Meg is a writer who is passionate about healthy eating. From Whole30 and South Beach Diet, to paleo and intermittent fasting, she's experimented with several healthy eating regiments and is passionate about helping readers find the perfect food plan match for their lifestyles.

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