Pan fried abalone recipes for abalone steak are popular on the Pacific coast of the USA. In 1919 ‘Pop’ Ernest Doelter opened the first restaurant on Fisherman’s Wharf in Monterey Bay, California. He specialised in abalone steaks and chowder served in abalone shells, and this recipe is inspired by his way of preparing the steaks. Pop felt that the secret was in pounding them enough to tenderise them, but not so much that they turned to mush.
There are many ways to cook abalone so stay tuned for braised abalone recipe, abalone pasta recipe, and abalone chowder recipes.
Perfect to be cooked with black lip abalone that can be bought live in our online fish market with delivery to your home.
Recipe supplied by Sydney Seafood School.
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Serves: 2 as an entrée
Slice abalone horizontally into 4 steaks. Place between 2 freezer bags (or sheets of ‘go between’) and pound both sides gently with a meat mallet for a minute or 2.
Beat sherry into egg. Season flour with salt and cayenne. Dip abalone slices into egg then into flour, shaking off excess.
Heat butter in a frying pan and, when sizzling, add abalone and fry for about 1 minute each side, until golden
Serve with a squeeze of lemon juice.
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