Florida Stuffed Lobster Tails


2 x 8 oz Fl. Lobster Tails

1/2 lb Delaware’s Seafood Stuffing

Butter, lemon salt and pepper to taste


How to Cook a Lobster

To prepare follow these instructions.

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Take large chef knife and crack shell starting from the tail
and work your way up to the end of the shell. Pry the shell back so the lobster meat is exposed. Pull the meat out of the shell and lay it on top of the shell.


Cut a slit down back of meat and rinse.
(Ask your salesclerk to split your lobster)

Place lobster tail in shallow baking dish.
Season tail with salt and pepper 

Lay whole butter on top of lobster meat.

Add a little water and white wine in bottom of baking dish. Place in oven in center rack and bake for 12 minutes.

Check center of the tail to make sure lobster meat is cooked all the way through.

Pull out and place 1/4 lb of stuffing on each lobster.

Place stuffed lobsters under broiler for 3 minutes 

Or just ask your clerk to steam it and you can stuff it when you get home and follow the last step.

Squeeze lemon and pour melted butter to taste.

Suggested Wine; 
Napa Cellars Sauvignon Blanc


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