FROZEN LOBSTER TAIL

From: 130.00 $

Those lobsters are prepared using a high-pressure technology with patents to offer some unique features: easy to keep, easy to prepare, easy to consume.

The Canadian lobster is frozen with nitrogen cryogenics, raw and decorticated. Each lobster is controlled up-stream then decorticated when it is raw. The process does not shock the animal and keeps it from stress. Thus, the quality of the flesh is incomparable.

It can be prepared raw – sashimi, carpaccio, sushi – or cooked – steamed, fried or baked.

 

Product Features:

Frozen Canadian Lobster Tail Shell Off in vacuum pack, 80-100g
Frozen Canadian Lobster Tail & Claws Shell Off in vacuum pack, 140-170g

 

French Name: Queue et pinces de Homard Canadien Congelée et Décortiquée

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                                                                                                  Grilled Lobster Tail

                                                                                  1/3 cup Miracle Whip Original Spread                                      1 tbsp chopped fresh dill
                                                                                  2 tbsp fresh lemon juice                                                            1 clove garlic, minced
                                                                                  8 lobster tail

  1. Heat greased barbecue to medium heat.

  2. Mix all ingredients except lobster tails until blended.

  3. Use kitchen shears to make lengthwise cut through shell down back of each lobster tail, stopping at beginning of tail fin. Following same cutting lines as the shells, use sharp knife to cut through lobster meat, being careful to not cut through to opposite side of each tail.

  4. Pull each lobster tail apart gently to open like a book; place, meat sides down, on barbecue grate. Grill 5 min.

  5. Turn lobster tails; brush meat with Miracle Whip mixture.

  6. Grill 6 to 8 min. or until done (135°F).