When it comes to lobster tails, I can’t think of anything else that comes close to what we have here at The Lobster.
This delicious and versatile dish is simply amazing.
For starters, it’s incredibly simple to make.
The ingredients are so simple, it takes only a few minutes to whip up, and it’s absolutely delicious.
I don’t know about you, but my favourite part about the lobster tail is the crisp, fresh crust.
The crust is so light, it barely feels like a crust at all, and then you get to taste the lobster and the flavour of the lobster meat.
And that’s just what we get when we whip up this classic lobster tail.
It’s one of those dishes that is both delicious and simple to prepare.
It takes only about 30 minutes to make, so don’t worry if you’re feeling a little rushed.
And if you don’t have a lobster tail to work with, this recipe can be easily adapted for other types of seafood.
What’s the difference between lobster tail and lobster steak?
While lobster tails are often served with mashed potatoes, it is not a dish that’s meant to be served raw.
Lobster steak, however, is a cut of meat that is grilled and cooked on a grill to create a delicious crust.
It’s so simple to cook, yet so delicious that I don’t think there is any other way to describe it.
So, when you’re craving a lobster, this is the recipe for you.
If you’re a fan of classic lobster, then this recipe is for you too.
But don’t forget to check out my other favourite recipes for lobster, which include: lobster au gratin, lobster soup, lobster casserole, lobster steak, and lobster tartare.