Where’s “dried fruit peel” in steamed abalone?


  1. I don't see "dried fruit peel" in pic below of abalone. Do you see it? If not, what happened to it?

  2. I didn't know you can steam abalone with "dried fruit peel". What's "fruit" here? Just citrus peel? Orange? Lemon?

Next, our seafood started to come. Our abalone is steamed with dried fruit peel and doused in sweet soy sauce. The abalone is steamed perfectly as it is easy to chew and the sauce does not overcome the original freshness of the abalone.

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Best Answer

I think that most fruit peels are from citrus fruits, they have the most flavour and texture and bytes to them.

There are many types of citrus, and all have somewhat different flavours and tastes.

In the image above, there is a brown-ish sliver on the left side abalone, I think it is what you are looking for.

If you look at this recipe, Abalone Steamed with Tangerine Peel, with you will see the same brown-ish slivers.

I assume drying the citrus peel change the color of the final product; that's why they are more brown than orange.