Total Time: 25 minutes Yield: 4 servings
Level: Easy Cuisine: Northeastern American
Fill a large stockpot about half full of water. Add the salt and bring to a boil. When the water has come to a rolling boil, plunge the lobsters headfirst into the pot. Clamp the lid back on tightly and return the water to a boil over high heat. Reduce More »
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Steamed Lobster with Lemon-Herb Butter. Bon Appétit August 2006. 4/4 fork user
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Once your lobsters
are in the pot, quickly cover it and wait for the water to return to a boil
. Undercooked lobster
is nasty. If you serve it on the spot, do so with clarified butter, olive oil, mayo, or, do as I do: a squeeze of lemon. More »
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A recipe for lobster simply steamed and served with melted butter.
Boiled Maine Lobster. Each summer, many lobsters' tough shells are replaced by
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Boiled Lobsters with Corn and Potatoes. Everyone's favorite way to eat lobster:
boiled in the same pot as fresh corn and new potatoes -- melted butter is optional.
Move over Martha Stewart. simple is better. Let the natural flavor of the lobster
come through and watch your guests eyes glaze over.