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from New Jersey, USA Broiled Lobster Tails 4 frozen lobster tails 2 qts. boiling water 1/4 c. salt 1/4 c. lemon juice Drop frozen lobster tails in boiling water; add salt and lemon juice; heat to boiling again. Reduce heat, cover and simmer 20 minutes. Drain. With a sharp knife or kitchen scissors, remove soft shell-like covering on underside of tail. Drizzle melted butter over lobster meat; sprinkle with paprika. Place lobster on rack 4-6 inches from broiler. Broil 6 minutes. Serve in shell with melted butter.

Broiled Lobster Tails


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from New Jersey, USA

Broiled
Lobster Tails

4 frozen
lobster tails
2 qts. boiling water
1/4 c.
salt
1/4 c.
lemon juice

Drop frozen
lobster tails in boiling water; add salt and lemon juice; heat to boiling again.
Reduce heat, cover and simmer 20 minutes. Drain. With a sharp knife or kitchen scissors,
remove
soft shell-like covering on underside of tail. Drizzle melted butter over lobster meat;
sprinkle with
paprika. Place lobster on rack 4-6 inches from broiler. Broil 6 minutes. Serve in
shell with melted butter.



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+4 comments


from Toms River, NJ, United States wrote:12  9

Very simple and elegant. Easy directions.
4 starsJune 18, 2003


from hartsville,s.c., United States wrote:8  8

enjoyed it very much
5 starsFebruary 14, 2003


from flat rock n.c., United States wrote:8  8

it was not a good recipe for the smaller lobster tail the lobster is supposed to end up on then top of tail.I always thought you cracked the shell in a straight line across the back before putting into broiler. was very hard to dig out of underneath and m
1 starsSeptember 10, 2001


from Marcola,Oregon, United States wrote:7  7

Thanks for the recipe!
I wasn't quit sure how to do it! Worked out good!
4 starsMarch 11, 2001


 
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