The Lad’s boiled lobster tail recipe is a classic, and the article’s title is a tad too generous.
But the recipe is worth a try for those who want to get an extra protein boost from the raw ingredients they cook.
Lemon juice and lemon zest help keep the lobster tail juiced while you add in the lobster tails.
The lemons give the tail a bright orange color and give the sauce a nice, smooth texture.
The lobster tail is a great base to start with if you’re looking for an alternative to the standard lobster tail sauce.
If you’re not a fan of the standard recipe, you can add a splash of lemon juice to the sauce to enhance the flavor.
Be sure to soak the lobster in the hot water before adding in the remaining ingredients.
Once you’ve finished cooking the lobster, peel off the lobster with a pair of pliers and place the lobster into the crockpot.
Set the crocker aside, and when the croaker is done, turn off the heat and leave the lobster out in the fridge overnight.
The next day, when the next batch of lobster tail comes out, drain the lobster and drain it well.
When you’re ready to cook, add in all of the ingredients to the crocking dish, and cook on low heat for 10-12 hours.
You can serve the lobster on its own or add it to a salad, as long as it’s cooked properly.
Cooked lobster tails with egg nutrition is a good way to boost the health of the lobster while still retaining a bit of the texture of the traditional lobster tail.