Nothing says summertime like Boston lobster tails! Steamed, broiled, or grilled lobster tails are a delicious treat, but there are other ways to prepare fresh lobster tails for brunch, a casual lunch, or an elegant dinner party. Let’s look at some innovative and delicious ways to cook all summer long with fresh lobster tails delivered from the Boston docks to your doorstep.
How to Use Lobster Tails
Lobster tails are a quick way to get lobster into your summer menus. They’re convenient and easier to work with when using the meat in as an ingredient or when you don’t want to cook a full lobster. Check out these five excellent lobster tail recipes and get creative!
In Style’s Lobster Benedict: For Father’s Day, or any day that you want lobster, lemony Hollandaise sauce, and nooks and crannies to soak up all the yumminess, this twist on the traditional Eggs Benedict is a double treat. Brunch and lobster!
Salty’s Lobster Carbonara: Lobster and pancetta? How could this go wrong? Tossed with spaghetti and English peas in a creamy parmesan sauce, this is a terrific way to turn a weekday staple into something special. Grab a pinot gris and have a relaxing dinner.
Food and Wine’s Lobster Breakfast Tacos: It doesn’t get more fusion than lobster, creamy scrambled eggs, and avocado cream. These breakfast tacos will have everyone talking.
Bon Appetit’s Classic Lobster Roll: The classic New England lobster roll is always a summer luncheon hit. Casual but flavorful, the correct rolls for this classic are available online.
Genius Kitchen’s Lobster Fondue: This is a twin to Red Lobster’s lobster fondue, and yes, it uses Velveeta. Foodies might want to play with a blend of cheeses and beer, but for Red Lobster fans this will be an instant hit.
Lobster is the taste of summer, and fresh lobster tails are available online, fresh from the docks.