Slow cooked fresh abalone. Abalone is a luxury shellfish that is often served at Chinese weddings and other celebrations. Small to medium sized dried abalone soaking in fresh water. The bottom layer in the slow cooker consists of pork ribs.
Finding abalones fresh from the ocean is almost impossible where I live. Some Korean markets carry fresh abalone in their fish tanks, but they tend to be small and quite expensive. So, I normally buy frozen abalone in shells, which are usually from Chile. This Delicious Slow cooked fresh abalone using 11 easy ingredients and 6 simple steps. Follow these simple steps to achieve delicious meal.
Ingredients of Slow cooked fresh abalone
- Prepare 5 of Fresh abalone.
- It’s 1 sprig of Spring onion.
- It’s 2 pieces of Ginger.
- It’s of Abalone marinate.
- You need 1 tbsp of Mirin.
- You need 1 tbsp of Japanese soya sauce.
- Prepare 1 tbsp of Japanese wine.
- It’s 1 tbsp of Japanese Bonita sauce.
- It’s 1 tsp of Oyster sauce.
- It’s 2 slices of Ginger.
- You need 1 tsp of Sugar.
This video features abalone cooking experts, Frank and Julia Lee, preparing and cooking fresh abalone from South Australian Seafoods. We've mentioned before how we love buying fresh seafood direct from the source. I use my slow cooker to prepare these well-seasoned chicken breasts that cook up moist and tender. My daughter, who has two young sons to keep up with, shared this great recipe with me several years ago.
Slow cooked fresh abalone step by step
- Blanch the fresh abalone in hot water with spring onion and ginger for 30 sec.
- Gently remove the abalone from its shell using a tablespoon. Wash and remove the intestines of the abalone.
- Dry the abalones, put them into a vacuum bag, add in the abalone marinate.
- Sous vide (slow cook) the abalone at 80•C/ 176•F for 2 hours.
- Remove the abalone from the sauce, heat up the sauce and thicken it with some corn flour.
- Top the abalone with the sauce and serve😋.
I now rely on cooking chicken in a Crock Pot many days a. Susan Jung's fresh abalone with Chinese celery and bamboo shoots. Readily available from seafood vendors, the hardest thing about this dish is slicing the abalone. The classic Cantonese dish is simple, seasoned with salt and a little oyster sauce. This straight-forward slow-cooked lemongrass and ginger abalone recipe is perfect for dinner guest.