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The New TeriyaKing Sandwiches Draw on a Japanese Cooking Technique

 - Aug 8, 2016
References: burgerking.sg & chewboom
Burger King Singapore recently debuted a new TeriyaKing sandwich menu that draws inspiration from a traditional Japanese cooking technique. In Japanese cuisine, teriyaki refers to foods that have been grilled or broiled in a glaze made from soy sauce, sugar and mirin. These new sandwiches use the popular technique to add a delicious twist to two standard ingredients.

The newest additions to the Burger King Singapore menu include the TeriyaKing Beef sandwich and the TeriyaKing Tendergrill Chicken sandwich. The former features a beef patty prepared with Teriyaki sauce and topped with seaweed, lettuce, tomato and mayo. The latter consists of a grilled chicken thigh patty prepared with Teriyaki sauce and served with the same combination of seaweed, lettuce, tomato and mayo.

The new sandwich menu demonstrates the growing demand for exotic dishes at international fast food chains.