Abalone Pan Fried - Easy Pan Fried Abalone Classico - Giovanni's Fish Market
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Abalone Classico

Easy Pan Fried


Ingredients:
1 pound fresh abalone steaks

 1 egg

1/2 cup milk

1 cup panko bread crumbs

 

Cooking Directions:
Take the Egg and the 1/2 cup of Milk and mix together in a medium sized bowl. Blend with a fork/whip until consistently mixed. Take the bread crumbs and sprinkle a little pile on any plate. Shake the plate until the crumbs lay flat around the plate. Next, take the oil and pour some into a medium size frying pan, about 1/2 inches worth. (Oil 1/2" thick in the pan - Start to medium heat. Organize the Cutlets, Egg mixture, and crumbs in an assembly line fashion. Take one cutlet at a time and submerge it in the egg mixture completely, take it out and let the excess mixture drip off. Then lay the cutlet flat on each side one the Bread Crumbs, coating both sides of the cutlet entirely. (This process goes fast.) Place all the breaded cutlets on another plate as you go. After you're all done, the oil should be ready. Using a pair of cooking tongs, place the prepared cutlets in the oil to start frying them. The oil should be medium to high heat, not smoking hot. Do 2 or 3 cutlets at a time. Cook only about 1-2 minutes on each side to prevent the Abalone from getting too tough. In a gallon pot, put the oil and butter mix. When mixture is hot, add all of the vegetables and saute them until they are lightly brown.  Add the chopped abalone and the clam juice, and then bring to the boil.  Add the diced potatoes and let the chowder simmer while you prepare the following cream sauce.  In a separate saucepan, melt 1/4 cup butter. Add the flour, then blend it in thoroughly. Add salt to taste, a pinch of nutmeg, and cayenne pepper. Let simmer for 2 minutes.  Now add a heated pint of half-and-half, mixing constantly. When smooth, add Sherry.  As you fry the pieces and remove them from the oil, place the cooked pieces on top of paper towels on a plate. Then when you are done frying, pat off the excess oil from the Ab pieces with the paper towel.(remove all that excess oil).