Simple Steamed Chili Abalone Recipe

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Simple Steamed Chili Abalone Recipe

Features:
  • Spicy
  • Steaming
Cuisine:

This Steamed Chili Abalone Recipe couldn’t be easier. We steam abalone first, then make a sauce to enhance flavor. Last, pour over hot oil to activate the aroma of all ingredients.

  • Serves 2
  • Easy

Ingredients

Directions

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Tips

  1. Since abalone has no taste, make cuts on abalone to enhance flavor.
  1. Pour hot oil over the abalone before serving. It makes all ingredients slightly heated and aromatic.
  1. Do not steam abalone longer than 3 minutes, or the meat will be tough and less juicy.
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Steps

1
Done

Use a knife to dig out abalone from its shell. Remove visceral. And use a toothbrush to scrub abalone until clean. 

2
Done

Use a knife to make cuts on abalones to enhance the taste.

3
Done

Bring the water to a boil and steam the abalone for 2-3 minutes.

4
Done

Mince fresh red chili and green onions. Add 1 teaspoon sugar. Mix and stir well with seasoned soy sauce for seafood.

5
Done

Pour half of the sauce over the abalone. Continue to steam for 1 minute. Pour the rest of the sauce over the steamed abalone. Then pour a tablespoon hot oil over the dish.

6
Done

Serve immediately.

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Lucy Xue

Meeting you is so nice. I am happy to share my passion for all things that are salted, sweet and savory. I hope pleasure, happiness, and nourishment can be found in every food we make today.

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