Abalones are a Chinese delicacy which is popular during the Chinese New Year period. Also known as “bao yu” in Chinese, it is popular because it is also known as ‘being assured of prosperity’. While it is traditionally eaten as a symbol of prosperity and good luck, it has also found its way to being a key ingredient of many dishes.
There are 3 kinds of abalones in the market: canned abalones, fresh abalones and dry abalones. The canned abalones are the most popular in the Singapore market as they are already processed and ready to eat with the tasty broth.
As we love our abalones, we have tried many types of abalones in Singapore. Hai Wang Hong Kong Braised Premium Abalones is our favourite so far. Attractively priced at only $9.90 per can, the Hai Wang Hong Kong Braised Premium Abalones is generous with 5 bite-size abalones at 215 gram.
Hai Wang Hong Kong Braised Premium Abalones are Hong Kong’s best-selling premium braised abalone. It traditional tasty abalone gravy is specially created by a Hong Kong chef.
There are 3 ways to eat braised abalones.
- Eat it straight out of the can (Just like how uncle Dennis did it in the video below)
- Add into your noodles or porridge
- Add into your dishes
You can buy the Hai Wang Hong Kong Braised Premium Abalones at our Localbuzz.sg marketplace. For the launch, we are running a special promotion of 8 cans at only $60.