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Abalone is a prized
shellfish in Asian
countries, and there is no exception with Japan.
Abalone is considered a delicacy and a bit pricey. It is very crunchy
and full of
aroma when consumed raw. Some good sushi restaurants will puree the
dark brown color, and female have a green color) with soy sauce and
rice wine to
wonderful sauce just meant for the abalone sushi.
Early Edo style
sushi used to steam abalone with rice wine and then lightly glaze them
sauce. This prevented them from spoiling quickly, but changed
from a firm and crunchy texture full of aromas, to a soft and chewy
with deeper flavors. When the abalone is steamed, the strong
aroma is lost,
flavors become more apparent in this type of preparation.
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Popular styles for abalone
Popular condiments for
abalone: Wasabi (Sweet