Often sold frozen, lobster tails are slightly less costly than other expensive seafood. Steamed, grilled, or poached, these easy recipes for lobster tails can be ready in less than 15 minutes.
Unlike Maine lobsters, which have large meaty claws, rock or "spiny" lobsters contain most of the meat in the tail. Stuff these meaty tails with the basil and Havarti cheese mixture, then grill or broil to perfection.
If this is a first for cooking and serving lobster, here's the recipe that makes it easy. The method for clarifying butter is also included.
Garlic-chili butter dresses up these broiled lobster tails. This no-fail recipe will have everyone clamoring for more.
To enliven a seafood-style picnic, accompany these succulent lobster tails with the dill dipping sauce recipe and serve with lightly dressed coleslaw.
Enjoy this elegant entree as a light supper for two.
Is there anything lovelier than a lobster tail cradled in its coral-color shell and served with melted butter? Here's proof that the best things in life are the simplest.
If you're not from New England, you may not be familiar with this sandwich served in restaurants and homes up and down the New England coast. It's an easy and delicious way to savor lobster.
This tasty sandwich is full of fresh lobster in a tarragon dressing. If you like, skip the bun and serve the lobster salad on lettuce leaves.
Nori is a Japanese form of seaweed that is dried in sheets. Find it in Asian markets or the Asian section of supermarkets. When it's unavailable, substitute fresh parsley.
Pancetta adds a salty flavor to this easy lobster salad. Serve on hearty rolls or bread for lunch or dinner.
We added chopped lobster to this favorite chilled vegetable soup. Serve it as an appetizer at summer parties.
Amp up the decadence factor of creamy mac and cheese by stirring in the meat from an entire lobster tail!