It may sound like a fantastic splurge for have lobster tails for dinner, but at the grocery the other day they had frozen raw lobster tails for $6 each. I couldn’t resist picking up a couple for dinner. Oh so delicious. They were about 6 o.z. each and we thawed them before cooking. I let Charles do all the hard work; he cut the shells open and made a tasty butter with lemon and garlic to drizzle over them.
- lobster tails
- lemon, garlic, salt, pepper, or any desired seasonings
Cut open top of shells and remove the first few segments of shell.
Drizzle with butter; plain or seasoned to your liking and broil 2 – 3 inches from heat or about 1 minute per ounce; we did ours for about 7 minutes; shells will turn bright and meat will be white and lightly toasted. Serve with extra butter for dipping.
Enjoy ~ Kimberly