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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 or BBQ Abalone by Gary Pilecki

Grilled or BBQ Abalone recipe:  Shuck, clean, and trim the abalone when you get home from diving. Keep the abalone in the refrigerator overnight in order for the abalone to relax. The next day, pound the abalone whole, that is do not slice it. Pound on both sides until it is limp, but do not overdo the pounding. If using a gas grill, cook on a low flame. If using charcoal in the barbeque, keep the abalone as far from the coals as possible. Take about one tablespoon of butter, and two tablespoons of lime juice, and about one tablespoon of chopped garlic, heat in a microwave oven for about twenty seconds, and then mix. For an average size abalone of eight to nine inches, cook on the grill or BBQ for about twenty minutes per side, that is about forty minutes total. For a larger abalone, it might take about thirty minutes on each side for a total of sixty minutes. During cooking, brush on the heated butter, lime juice, and garlic about every five minutes or so. When the abalone is finished cooking, slice and serve.  It should be tender enough to cut with a fork.

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