Top Rated Abalone Recipes

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Team Bad Boyz of BBQ
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katie in the UP
I had forgotten all about this recipe...we use to eat it in the 80's when Abalone was so hard to get. Now I believe it has become extinct??
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Bergy
This recipe was originally entered at the Gilroy Garlic festival cook out and is really good. Make lots because it really disappears.
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Cooking Index
A dish created for Australia by Graham Kerr.
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GREG IN SAN DIEGO
I remember many years ago enjoying fresh abalone steaks in Southern California along the coastline. The abalone is now on the endangered species list and consequently can't be legally harvested from the ocean. There are a few seafood farms, however, which still sell abalone steaks on line. They're outrageously expensive, but I recently purchased a few and prepared them this way. They were wonderful and brought back lots of happy memories. I think my recipe is the first on Zaar for fresh abalone. This recipe truly makes a fine gourmet main dish. Serve with buttered angel hair pasta and fresh vegetables. Break out your very best bottle of white wine and enjoy.
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Molly53
California comfort food from the Western chapter of the United States Regional Cookbook, Culinary Arts Institute of Chicago, 1947.
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Coastal Living OCTOBER 2003
Farmed abalone is available from select sources, but it's not commercially harvested. For this recipe, you can substitute shrimp: Finely chop 1 pound peeled and deveined shrimp in a food processor. Continue with the remaining procedure.
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CJAY
Another of the recipes in Diana Liu's cookbook that my Dad gave me 42 years ago. Abalone is very expensive now and can be found in Asian markets in cans. There is also an alternative that I think is Conch. This is the best soup ever!
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A Dish Created for Australia by Graham Kerr
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Molly53
A savory California coastal dish from the Western chapter of the United States Regional Cookbook, Culinary Arts Institute of Chicago, 1947.
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www.epicurean.com
Place two strips of prosciutto on a steak. Sprinkle with grated cheese and 1tbsp. pine nuts. Roll steak into a flute, parallel with strips of prosciutto, and secure with a toothpick. Repeat with remaining steaks. Place in a shallow lightly oiled ...
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ABALONEDIVER
A delicious breaded and pan fried abalone with home made cocktail sauce.
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