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Abalone en Paillote
Abalone in Jade Sauce
Abalone in Lemon Sauce
Abalone in Lemon Shells
Abalone in Oyster Sauce
Abalone Chowder
Abalone Cioppino
Abalone Stew
Beachfront Abalone
Breaded Abalone Delight
Grilled Abalone
Island Style Abalone
Microwave Abalone
Poached Abalone w/ Lemon Grass & Ginger
Sautéed Abalone Cutlets
Sautéed Abalone Medallions
Sweet Abalone Hors d'oeuvres
Simple Classic Western Style Abalone-Steak Method
Grilled or BBQ Abalone
Recipe by Stacy Stephenson
Jeff Lanzaro Recipe
Paul's No Waste Abalone
Abalone Cordon Bleu

Grilled Abalone

  • ¼ cup soy sauce
  • ¼ cup sake (Japanese rice wine) or dry sherry
  • 2 tablespoons peanut or vegetable oil
  • 2 tablespoons minced fresh ginger
  • 12 1¾ inch abalone in shells
Bring charcoal to red hot stage in outdoor grill.

Mix soy sauce, sake, oil and ginger in a medium bowl. Remove abalone meat from shells by running a thin-bladed knife around the inside edge of shell to shuck out meat; discard visceral parts without trimming off dark edges. Reserve shells. Place abalones in marinade; marinate 10 minutes. Return marinated abalone to shells. Reserve marinade.

Place filled shells, shell side down, on oiled grill and grill 1 minute (Shell will act as a receptacle for juices). With tongs, carefully turn meat over in the shells and grill 30 seconds longer until meat is lightly browned. Meanwhile, heat reserved marinade until boiling and use as a dipping sauce. Immediately serve abalone in their own shells.

This is from Pacific Mariculture.

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