Edible sea snail ranging in size from medium to large. The fleshy inside of this snail is used as a source of food in various places around the world, while the colorful iridescent outer shell provides a good source of mother-of-pearl and is used to make decorative ornaments and jewelry.
A mollusk sold in a many Asian markets. Smaller ones taste better.
Often quite tough, abalone is frequently sliced thinly and/or pounded to tenderize it before cooking.
- Abalone With Oyster Sauce
- Abalone Soup
- Fresh Abalone
- Stir Fry Abalone Mushroom With Gingko Nuts and Wolfberries
- Abalone Salad
- Kai Lan With Stewed Mushroom and Mini Abalone and A Conversation With A Lonely Old Lady
- Limpets, The Poor Man’s Abalone
- A Stalk of Abalone Flower On Mother’s Day!
- Braised Pork Bellies With Abalone In Claypot