Lobster Tails

Hello everybody welcome back to my blog and today’s topic is Lobster Tails. I really enjoy lobster tails but in order to get the perfect lobster tail you need to go threw a lot of work.

Uncooked Lobster Tails look bad and smell pretty bad, but once you cook the Lobster Tail it is amazing, here are some of spices and herbs that are used to make the perfect lobster tail.

  • Bay leaves
  • Parsley
  • Basil
  • Rosemary
  • Paprika
  • Parsley
  • Sage
  • Tarragon

I just listed a few of the things that go into making a delicious lobster tail, you can always add you own spices and herbs.

Lobster Tails are juicy and each time you take a bite a burst of flavor erupts inside of you mouth, that is what a Lobster Tail is supposed to do when you bite into it but sometimes it doesn’t always turn out like that, here is a list of do knots when cooking a lobster tail.

  • Always make sure that you never overcook or under cook the Lobster Tail. {to know when the lobster tail is done use a knife to cut the soft underside till the thickset part of the tail meat}
  • Make sure if you are boiling the lobster you leave it in for 10-20 minutes but the time all depends on the size of lobster tail.
  • If you are boiling the lobster tail make sure you let it thaw out.

Lobster Tails have such a unique flavor that can only be described as a breathtaking dish. Lobster Tails also have a specific flavor that makes it stand out. Using the right herbs and spices and cooking it properly you will most defiantly get an amazing Lobster Tail.

Thank you so much for clicking on this blog, if you have any food you want me to try next of any food you want me to replicate please let me know, but for right now I’m out.

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