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Beachfront Abalone
Breaded Abalone Delight
Grilled Abalone
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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

Sautéed Abalone Medallions

  • 1 lb. cultured abalone medallions
  • 1 c. white flour
  • 1 c. margarine
  • 1/4 c. lemon juice
  1. Remove abalone medallions from bag and discard liquid.
  2. If frozen, thoroughly thaw before separating steaks to prevent tearing.
  3. Place flour on a plate or sheet of wax paper.
  4. Lightly dust the abalone steaks with flour on both sides.
  5. Melt the margarine in a sauce pan or microwave oven.
  6. Heat a large heavy gauge frying pan.
  7. Pour approximately 1/3 c. margarine into pan and heat until margarine sizzles when flour is sprinkled in.
  8. Put in just enough abalone to cover the bottom of the pan (4-6 pcs).
  9. Cook over 30 seconds and turn over. Repeat this procedure until all the abalone are cooked.


  • Use half lemon juice, half white whine while cooking.
  • Substitute corn flour, corn starch or bread crumbs instead of flour.
  • Marinate abalone in lemon or lime juice for 3-5 minutes, dust in flour and dip in egg wash before cooking.
  • Omit the lemon juice from the recipe.
  • Season with lemon juice and salt. Dredge through flour and pat of excess. Dip them in beaten egg and saute quickly (5 seconds each side) in smoking-hot clarified butter.
  • Substitute vegetable oils for margarine.

Sauce (Optional)
Sauce Buerre Blanc

Combine 1 c. of dry white wine, 2 tblsp. of Champagne vinegar and 2 chopped shallots in medium saucepan and bring to a boil. Cook at low rolling boil until liquid has reduced to 1/4 c. (about 15 minutes). Add 1/4 c. Creme Fraiche and boil until the liquid reduces to 1/3 c. With a wire whisk, briskly whisk in 12 tblsp. of sweet butter until fully incorporated. Season to taste.

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