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Cooking Lobster Tails

Updated on November 27, 2012

Enjoy a Taste of Luxury with Tips to Cooking Lobster Tails

Just imagine for a moment your are laying back in the summer heat and you get a slight wiff of cooking lobster tails on the grill. The breeze is amazing outside and so is the moment you bite into a succulent and buttery piece of Lobster tail meat.

For those people who truly have not tried lobster tail, well, this is the prized enchilada, or holy grail for lobster lovers. You can create many decident entres by utilizing the lobster tail meat. We hope by the time you leave this page, you will have the knowledge to grill, boil steam, and just about do anything to a lobster tail.

Lean back and relax, and enjoy you time learning about How to Cook Lobster Tails.

Maine Lobster Tails, Two 6 Ounces

Maine Lobster Tails, Two 6 Ounces
Maine Lobster Tails, Two 6 Ounces

Sweet and tender, our fresh-frozen Maine Lobster Tails are perfect for grilling, steaming, stuffing or baking. Serving ideas and recipes are included with each shipment. Each Maine Lobster Tail weighs approximately 5-6 ounces.

 

Cooking Lobster Tails Information for You

Why is Lobster just so darn good.

Wow $37.00 for Two Maine Lobster Tails shipped to you. You maybe wondering "Why is it so expensive and why would I pay this much for Lobster tails? There are times, that when you bite into a piece of Lobster meat and lean back, and sigh, that is the reason. You deserve to indulge sometimes, why not on Healthy and Tasty Lobster Tails. Above all there is endless creations one can do with Lobster Tails, as is noted bellow.

So lets say you purchase the Lobster tails above, and when they arrive, what does one do to make these Lobster tails into an edible and tasty treat. Well, get ready for this, there is really unlimited possibilities when it comes to cooking lobster tails. We will focus on the most popular and relatively easiest for seasoned and non seasoned lobster lovers alike.

Continued bellow are the different ways you can end up cooking Lobster Tails.

Butterlied Lobster Tail Broiled
Butterlied Lobster Tail Broiled

ButterFly Lobster Tails

Broil Lobster Tails

Now if you have a lobster tail available or maybe you are just trying to learn some new tips- the following information will teach you how to broil and butterfly a Lobster tail.

First take the Lobster and face the tail end right and the top of the Tail left. Utilizing a sharp pare of scissors, cut the top of the Lobster tail by placing the bottom blade just under the top of the lobster shell. Make sure you do not cut the meat, but barely cutting the shell directly in half. Make sure you stop at the base of the tail.

With gentle fingers, pry the shell you have just cut apart, making sure you do not brake the back of the lobster shell. You are trying to release the Lobster Tail Meat away from the shell.

Once you have succeeded in removing the Lobster Tail Meat, gently press the Lobster Shell back together and place the Lobster meat on top of the spliced shell.

Now this is the tricky part, you will gently cut the Lobster Tail meat almost all the way through while cutting in the middle of the meat. When the Lobster Tail meat is done being cut , gently bend the meat over the shell.

You can drizzle some melted butter mixed with herbs if you want the Lobster meat to have a nice shine.

Approximately cooking time ranges from a two ounce lobster tail taking 12 minutes to cook and every lobster tail that weighs two ounces more will need to cook for 4 more minutes.

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      DuaneJ 6 years ago

      Not sure when I will get my first taste of Lobster. These tails look great!

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