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Many of us have only enjoyed a lobster tail dinner at a restaurant, whether a high-end chain, or a full-on seafood restaurant, or maybe a steakhouse (possibly even surf and turf, on a very special occasion?). What might be surprising is how easy it is to cook it at home. Can you melt butter and turn on the broiler? Then you can make a lobster tail.

And while I don’t understand people who think that eating a whole lobster is too much work (have you heard people say that? Nuts, I say), I know they are out there. There is also the fact that eating a whole lobster is rarely a delicate or clean endeavor, and in my case I feel like I have to know the person sitting across from me is quite fond of me, because watching me dismantle a lobster is not pretty. No morsel stays in the shell, and those little wipes aren’t what I need at the end of the meal. Think more along the lines of a Silkwood shower.


What To Prepare Before Baking Lobster Tails?

The Essential Ingredients

As you may have already known, every “masterpiece” needs to start with the core ingredients first. You should make sure that you prepare the following ingredients and lobster spices well, so that your dishes come out deliciously and beautifully.

  • 8 oz of lobster tails (usually equivalent to 2 lobster tails).
  • 3 tablespoons of melted butter.
  • 1 teaspoon of salt.
  • 1 teaspoon of black pepper.
  • 1 teaspoon of garlic powder.
  • 1 teaspoon of paprika.
  • 1 teaspoon of fresh chopped parsley.
  • 1 teaspoon of lemon juice.
  • 2 wedges of lemon.
  • Cooked broccoli.

Remember to choose the main ingredient in the lobster season because the lobsters are of high quality and the freshest meat is at this point.

Note: The above amount of those ingredients is used for 2 servings. You can flexibly adjust it so as to meet the needs of yours.

Buy your quality lobster tails now!


The best easy oven baked lobster tails

Lobster tails how to cook

The best easy oven baked lobster tails can sound and definitely look intimidating but trust me they’re not. Lobster tails are definitely a way to impress someone maybe your mom, dad, husband, or wife! When you set them down for dinner and place a well done, not overcooked lobster tail on the table, you will definitely be the talk of the week! So, if you are ready to let me help you get prepared to prep and cook the best easy oven baked lobster tails continue reading. If not just skip to the recipe and come back for more easy recipes weekly!!

How to unthaw a lobster tail

Once you are ready to eat lobster tail. Take it out the freeze and let sit out until it’s completely thawed. If you have a fresh lobster tail from a market of course this doesn’t apply to you. If you want them to sit overnight place on some ice and your good to go, try not to freeze again unless you aren’t eating them right away. You want them as fresh as possible!

How to cut a lobster tail

broiled lobster tails

Just by looking at lobster tails you probably would think to yourself. How in the heck I’m supposed to get into that thing? Lobster tails shells are so hard u would even compare it to somewhat of a turtle shell. Anywho, let me get to the point. The easiest way to cut a lobster tail is to simply get a scissors, hold the lobster tail firmly in your hand with the tail facing away from you then cut in the middle underneath the shell. Once you have done that take a butter knife and separate the meat from the shell. Thoroughly wash afterwards. Pull meat out shell and place a lemon underneath meat in shell. That’s it!

Lobster tails are one of the easiest things you can cook!! You just need to take your lobster tails and season the meat with all the ingredients you like. I placed melted butter, parsley, and a pinch of salt and pepper in a small cup. Once you have done that use a pastry brush to apply the mixture onto the meat in the lobster tail. Then place in the oven for 15 minutes. There you have it!

Lobster tails in 15 minutes

Also, if you really enjoyed this quick and easy meal then check out this one!!


Maine Lobster Tail Recipe with Garlic Lemon Butter

This is the only Lobster tails recipe you’ll ever need and it’s surprisingly easy! The broiled lobster meat is crazy tender, juicy and each bite is tantalizingly flavorful, especially after dipping into the warm garlic lemon butter. Dunk it in, take it for a swim, watch the excess drip off your fork and enjoy.

I honestly think this is the best thing I’ve ever cooked. THIS is the way you should eat lobster.

Make broiled lobster tails at home for Valentine’s Day or any special occasion and you’ll pay less than half of what you’d drop in a nice restaurant and GET THIS: it totally tastes gourmet! The garlic and dijon sauce was inspired by my wildly popular baked salmon and everyone who tries it loves it.

P.S. I included step-by-step photo instructions on how to prepare and butterfly lobster tails so you can make the most impressive posh-looking lobster tails like a boss :).

Ingredients for Lobster Tails Recipe:

4 lobster tails (5 to 6 oz each)
1 Tbsp fresh parsley, very finely chopped, plus more for garnish
2 garlic cloves, pressed
1 tsp dijon mustard
1/4 tsp salt
1/8 tsp black pepper
1 1/2 Tbsp olive oil
1 1/2 Tbsp fresh lemon juice
4 Tbsp unsalted butter, divided

How to Prepare/Butterfly Lobster Tails:

1. Use kitchen scissors to cut through the top shell of the lobster tail, stopping at the base of the tail and snipping through the top portion of the meat as you go.

2. Flip the tail over to the back sea-through side of the tail and crack the ribs in the center. This will help open the shell.

3. Open the shell using your thumbs and fingers and loosen the meat from the shell (remove vein if present). Work carefully – shells can be sharp! Lift the meat from the shell, keeping it attached at the base. Press the shell together and set the lobster meat over the top. The bulk of the lobster meat should be sitting over the top of the shell.

How to Make Broiled Lobster Tails:

1. Place rack in center of oven so when you bake, the meaty tops of your lobster tails will be at least 6 inches from the top heating elements. Preheat oven to broil.

2. In a small bowl, add the marinade ingredients: 1 Tbsp parsley, 2 pressed garlic cloves, 1 tsp dijon, 1/4 tsp salt, 1/8 tsp pepper, 1 1/2 Tbsp olive oil and 1 1/2 Tbsp lemon juice. Stir to combine.

3. Broil lobster tails 10-11 minutes (or according to the lobster tail size – see chart below). When done, lobster meat should be opaque and white in the center and register 145˚F on an instant read thermometer. Transfer lobster tails to a serving platter and garnish with fresh parsley if desired.

4. To make the Garlic Lemon Butter: drain drippings from the roasting pan into a small saucepan and combine with remaining 2 Tbsp butter, bring to a simmer and remove from heat. Pour over lobster tails or divide into small ramekins and use as dipping sauce.

Broiling Times for Lobster Tails:

Smaller (3 to 4 oz) lobsters 6 to 8 minutes
Medium (5 to 6 oz) lobsters 10-11 minutes
Larger (7 to 9 oz) lobsters 12-15 minutes (with rack in middle of oven)
Broil lobster meat until opaque and white in the center, or 145˚F.


How to Cook Lobster Tail:

I cant stress enough on how simple this lobster tail recipe is. Lobster tails can be intimidating when starring at them in a case at a grocery store but I am here to tell you they are easy and make a holiday or dinner turn into an extra special night. Most ingredients you already have at home even!

After preparing your lobster tails, you will make a butter garlic herb that will be brushed over each of the lobster tails meat. I cant tell you how delicious this is! It is the best part and what makes this lobster meat turn to a golden yellow when baking. It truly just melts in your mouth leaving you speechless.

  1. Prepare thelobster:Preheat the oven to broil or 500 degrees. Start by preparing the lobster. Using kitchen shears butterfly the tail by cutting down the center. Loosen the meat and pull the lobster meat upward. Salt and pepper the meat and set on a baking sheet.
  2. Whisktogether the garlic herb butter: In a small bowl whisk together the melted butter, garlic, paprika, thyme, rosemary, and parsley. Spread evenly on each lobster tail.
  3. Broil:Broil the lobster tails for about 8-10 minutes or until the meat is opaque and lightly brown on the top. Serve with melted butter if desired.

Here's presenting our 10 best lobster recipes to help you get started -

1. Lobster Thermidor

A classic French dish where the lobster shell is stuffed with a creamy mixture of meat, egg yolks and brandy. Top up with cheese and bake for an oven-browned cheese crust. For the recipe, click here.

2. Lobster Malay Curry

Deshelling the lobster takes a little effort but the resulting dish, simmered in coconut milk, is totally worth it. For the recipe, click here.

3. Lobster Iguru

Iguru means gravy cooked on slow fire until thickened. Here's a lobster recipe that you just can't resist. Click here.

Packed with interesting flavours, this recipe is a must try.

4. Lobster with Spinach and Mushrooms

Lobster cooked in the flavors of thyme and butter with a spinach-mushroom topping. This lobster recipe is an exotic on with a healthy mix of spinach and mushrooms along with pepper and a tang of lime. For the recipe, click here.

5. Grilled Lobster with Wine Sauce

A delicious sauce of egg yolk and white wine goes perfectly with grilled lobster. A quick and easy lobster recipe to prepare for an exotic dinner menu on a special occasions. For the recipe, click here.

6. Baby Lobster in White Sauce

Lobster, boiled and then finished in an oven, served with simple white sauce. A delicious white sauce made with butter, milk and cheese! This dish can be prepared in less than an hour with few ingredients and this simple recipe. For the recipe, click here.

7. Creamy Lobster

Owner of Olive Bar and Kitchen AD Singh along with Chef Aditya Bal and Chef Max rustles up a special lobster dish in a white wine and cream gravy. For the recipe, click here.

8. Aggari Style Lobster Curry

Scrumptious lobsters cooked in a range of spices, freshly made garam masala and raw mango flavours. A flavourful, easy to quick lobster dish to relish with friends and family. For the recipe, click here.

9. Kholdaar Machli Biryani

A delicious Karachi biryani recipe which is made using lobster and fragrant rice, along with a range of aromatic spices. For the recipe, click here.

10. Seafood Spaghetti

Actor Abhay Deol and Aneesha Baig try their hands on a seafood spaghetti recipe. Squids, lobsters, prawns and scallops cooked in a mildly flavored tomato sauce and sprinkled with some basil. Click here.


Lobster Tails – What Are They?

As mentioned, lobsters are crustaceans. They are one of the most commercially harvested marine animals helping generate a multi-billion-dollar industry today. Approximately 200,000 tons of lobster are caught per year around the globe, with the American and European lobster among the most common species.

These crustaceans live on the northern part of the Atlantic Ocean. They have a segmented body and rigid covering, as well as five pairs of legs. Typically, one or two pairs of legs are converted into pincers.

Lobster tails are undoubtedly one of the best parts of the crustacean. The tails provide the best attributes of the lobster, such as firmer meat texture and a much more flavorful taste.


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HOW DO YOU REHEAT LEFTOVER LOBSTER?

I know I just said I wouldn’t cook lobster tails and try to reheat them. I stand behind that. BUT, if you cook the lobster, enjoy it and still have some left over, you do have a couple options for reheating the lobster meat.

  1. Reheat the lobster in butter – Use the pot-in-pot (PIP) method for this option. Place your lobster meat in an oven-safe dish that will fit in the Foodi. Add some melted butter to the bottom of the dish and cover with foil.Select BAKE/ROAST function and cook at 350º Fahrenheit until tails are heated through. Baste with melted butter to ensure moist lobster meat.
  2. Steam the lobster – Add a cup of water to the Foodi pot. Place the lobster meat in the cook and crisp basket. Select STEAM function and steam for 5 minutes or until tails are heated through.


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