Monthly Archives: November 2012

An Assorted Range of Cooking Methods for Lobsters

Cooking lobster tails is actually not that difficult as it appears to be. Here is a guide to the different methods by which you can cook lobster tails at home just the way they do it in the restaurants:

  • Steaming lobster tails: steaming the lobster tails is one of the easiest and healthiest ways to prepare lobster tails. It has many advantages of boiling a lobster. Steaming also helps larger lobsters getting cooked slowly and contributes to the lobster becoming tender. Steaming also scores high when it comes to overcooking than boiling.
  • Broiling lobster tails: this is used to get the golden brown top that is visible on a lobster tail served in a restaurant. Though it even may not produce exact results, yet the tail will look beautiful when it comes out of the oven.
  • Baking lobster tails: this is one of the easiest ways to cook lobster tails. This can be done with standard oven and results in a juicy lobster tail. The ways to bake a lobster tail is standard bake and the other way is to wrap the tail with aluminum foil. In case you have a large lobster tail and do not prefer the meat to dry out then you can go for the second method.
  • Butter flying lobster tails: this is a method of preparation that is more common in restaurants. The result of this method of cooking is that the tail gusts out of the shell and makes for a fabulous presentation.

These are some of the methods that will help you enjoy restaurant quality lobster dishes right at your home. Therefore, it is time to impress the guests.