- rapeseed flowers
- oyster sauce
- seasoned soy sauce for seafood
- chicken soupyou can use chicken powder
- cooking wine
- white sugar
- Do not add too much salt. No need to add salt if you desire because oyster sauce already has flavor. Thickening make the sauce taste
- If you don’t have chicken soup, you can use chicken powder instead. The purpose is to bring more flavor for abalone.
Wash abalone until clean. Add cooking wine to the chicken soup and bring to a boil. Blanch abalones in the chicken soup for 2-3 minutes.
Wash rapeseed flowers. Add salt and a little oil to the water and bring to a boil. Blanch rapeseed flowers until slightly cooked. Spread and place on the bottom of a plate
Add oil and preheat the pot. When the oil is hot, fry scallion strips, ginger slice until golden brown. Discard the ginger and scallion. Keep the oil for later use.
Add 1 tablespoon oyster sauce. Add chicken soup (or chicken powder), white sugar, seasoned soy sauce for seafood, cooking wine, a little salt and mix well. Add abalones to the pot. Heat the pot for 3 minutes. Then place the abalones on the put on the rapeseed flowers. Keep the sauce for later use.
Use another bowl, mix starch and water. Pour into the sauce, boil until sauce thickens. Pour over the abalones. Serve.