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How to Make a Lobster Roll Recipe

Updated on July 13, 2011

Yummy Lobster Roll

History of the Lobster Roll Recipe

If you're looking for a lobster roll recipe, you'll be happy to know that lobster rolls are one of the easiest recipes to make. A lobster roll recipe is quick, easy, uses only a few ingredients, and tastes divine.

No one knows exactly where the original lobster roll recipe originated. About everyone agrees that the first lobster roll was probably served somewhere in the New England area of the United States. When the lobster roll recipe was created has a bit more varying opinions, but it is thought to be somewhere between the 1920s and 1970s. If you want to try your hand at this lobster sandwich, here is a fast and easy lobster roll recipe.

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Lobster Roll Recipe Ingredients for One Lobster Roll Sandwich

1 cup cooked lobster meat, chopped into chunks

4 tablespoons mayonnaise

3/4 tablespoon lemon juice

1/4 cup finely chopped celery

1-2 finely chopped green onions, depending on taste

1 tablespoon dill relish, optional

salt and pepper, to taste (about 1/2 teaspoon each)

Hot dog bun or baguette roll

butter

lettuce leaf, optional

Lobster Roll Recipe Instructions

Mix everything together except the last 3 ingredients and chill.

Before serving, spread butter on the hot dog bun or baguette. Then either toast the bun in a toaster oven or on the stove. You can also broil the bun.

If using lettuce, place the lettuce leaf on the bun.

Next, add the lobster mixture to the hot dog bun.

Your lobster roll recipe is now done and ready to eat.

Suggested side dishes for a lobster roll are fries or chips, coleslaw, and a dill pickle.

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      Angela Harris 7 years ago from Around the USA

      James, to each his own, but I love the combination of flavors with lobster, celery and green onions on a lobster roll. Thanks for the comment!

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      James McQueen 7 years ago

      Celery, I don't think so! I have tasted them with celery and the flavour of the celery is so overpowering, it takes away from the flavor of the lobster, and after all, if you are paying big money to buy lobster, what you want to tase is lobster, not veggies. At least when using lettuce, lettuce really doesn't add any flavor. The same goes for adding green onions or scallions, as they too take away from the lobster.

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      dawn 8 years ago

      sounds so good and so easy to make have been craving one since I watched that kitchen makeover show last week on FOX!!!! Cannot wait to try it!

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      Eileen Hughes 9 years ago from Northam Western Australia

      Yes it was a golden cocker spaniel and she really loved it. They were worth about 40c a kilo to the fishermen in the 60's

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      Angela Harris 9 years ago from Around the USA

      Oh my goodness, that is a sin, isn't it? Man, the dog was living in luxury, though.

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      Eileen Hughes 9 years ago from Northam Western Australia

      Like you said Yummy, When we were crayfishing many years ago I hated (lobster) or crayfish same thing. And we fed it to our dog. What a wast when I look back now.