Lobster tails are one of my favorite meals to make at home on special occasions. While lobster tails can be made a variety of ways, such as steamed, cooking them in the oven is quick, easy and absolutely delicious. http://www.ehow.com/how_4779451_cook-lobster-tails-oven.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage
My favorite lobster tail recipe! Literally takes 10-15 minutes! Butter, Olive oil, fresh lemon juice, white pepper, paprika, garlic salt, sea salt and a little bit of old bay seasoning. Mix everything together and brush on top of the lobster tails. Broil for 5 minutes and then brush it with melted butter and chives mixture. Put it back in the broiler for 10 minutes and serve.
Succulent lobster tails make a wonderful main dish for your New Year’s Eve celebration. These perfect lobster tails are partially steamed to keep them juicy, then they are basted with butter and finished off under the broiler for unbeatable flavor!
Butterflying a lobster tail means to cut open the hard top shell through the meat. This is easy to do and helps the meat cook evenly. Plus, the cooked lobster meat puffs up and over the shell, giving the tail a showy restaurant-style appearance.