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Lobster Seafood Shellfish

Broiled Lobster Tails


Yields1 Serving



There’s nothing quite like a freshly cooked lobster, and broiled lobster tails are a fantastic way to enjoy this delicious seafood. When selecting lobster tails, look for plump and evenly shaped ones. Avoid any tails with discoloration or black spots, as this is a sign of spoilage. To prepare the tails for cooking, slice through the top shell and remove the vein that runs along the center of the tail. Next, brush the tails with butter or olive oil and season them with salt and pepper. Then, set your broiler to high heat and arrange the tails on a baking sheet that has been lightly greased—Cook the lobster flesh for four to six minutes, or until it is opaque and well cooked. Broiled lobster tails make an impressive and delicious main course that will please any seafood lover.

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