Maine Shore Dinner & Lobster Rolls
- Product Information
For best quality, we recommend consuming lobster salad by the "best by" date on the container.
You Will Receive:
Maine Shore Dinner
2 Lobster Tails (5-6oz each)
8 Sea Scallops
2 Ears of Corn
Lobster Roll Kit
Lobster Salad (1 lb., fresh)
6 Split-Top Rolls (frozen)
Salad Ships Fresh
Dinner Ships Frozen
Preparation Instructions: Thaw in refrigerator immediately before use. Pre-heat oven to 450°. Place foil bag (unopened) on a baking sheet. Bake for 50-55 minutes. Remove from oven and let sit for 5 minutes. Cut a slit in the foil to remove contents.
For Outdoor Grill: Pre-heat grill to highest temperature (about 450°). Place foil bag on center of grill rack and close cover. Grill for 35-40 minutes. Remove from grill and let sit for 5 minutes. Cut a slit in the foil and remove contents.
Note: The bottom two layers of the foil bag contain a small amount of Alder chips which will add a mild smoky, "cooked outside" flavor to the seafood. You may smell these chips if the meal is cooked inside.
Caution: Steam is very hot.
Serving Suggestion for Maine Shore Dinner: To remove the meat from the lobster tails, we recommend cutting the bottom of the tail using boning shears or scissors. The meat is tender and will remove easily once the tail is opened. The sauce in the bottom of the foil is also outstanding—very rich and complex. Consider preparing some risotto or rice and drizzling the sauce over the top.
Ingredients: Maine lobster tails, scallops, shrimp, mussels, corn on the cob, butter, lemon, olive oil, lemon juice,lemon zest, salt, parsley, chive, garlic powder, black pepper, salt. Contains: Milk, lobster, shrimp. Made in a facility that also processes tree nuts, soy, egg, wheat. May contain shell fragments.
Nutritional Information: Serving size: 1/2 package (499g). Serving per container: 2. Calories: 590. Calories from fat: 200. Total fat: 22g. Trans fat: 0g. Saturated fat: 11g. Cholesterol: 220mg. Sodium: 1140mg. Total carbohydrates: 14g. Dietary fiber: <1g. Sugars: 2g. Protein: 82g.
Preparation Instructions: Separate the rolls. Spread butter or margarine on the non-crust sides of each roll. Grill each side until golden brown. Fill each roll with fresh Maine lobster salad.
Serving Suggestions: The traditional way to serve lobster rolls is with potato chips and a pickle. They are great with a tossed green salad or coleslaw and a beer. Follow it with Whoopie Pies for a Downeast meal, and it's truly a classic.
Lobster Salad: Lobster meat, mayonnaise (soybean oil, water, whole eggs and egg yolks, vinegar, salt, sugar, lemon juice, calcium disodium EDTA [used to protect quality], natural flavors), spices. Contains: egg, milk, shellfish, soy. Made in a facility that uses: wheat, fish, tree nuts. May contain shell fragments.
Split-Top Rolls: Wheat flour (with barley malt, niacin, iron, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), high fructose corn syrup, yeast. Contains 2% or less of the following: soybean oil, maltodextrin, dextrose, cornstarch, salt, dough conditioner (ethoxylated mono and diglycerides, sodium stearoyl lactylate), soy oil, calcium phosphate, calcium sulfate, calcium iodate, calcium propionate (to protect freshness), calcium peroxide, soy flour. Contains: wheat, soy. Made in a facility that uses: Fish, shellfish, milk, egg, tree nuts.
Nutritional Information: Lobster Salad: Serving size: 1⁄3 cup (85g). Calories: 80. Calories from fat: 15. Total fat: 1.5g. Saturated fat: 0g. Trans fat: 0g. Cholesterol: 120mg. Sodium: 490mg. Total carbohydrate: less than 1g. Dietary fiber: 0g. Sugars: 0g. Protein: 16g.
Split-Top Rolls: Serving size: 1 Roll (42g). Calories: 120. Calories from fat: 15. Total fat: 1.5g. Saturated fat: 0g. Trans fat: 0g. Cholesterol: 0mg. Sodium: 220mg. Total carbohydrate: 23g. Dietary fiber: 1g. Sugars: 4g. Protein: 4g.
Shelf Life: Store Lobster Salad in the refrigerator. For best quality, we recommend consuming by date specified on product label. Lobster Salad is a fresh product and cannot be frozen.
Downeast is a term used in Maine to describe the coastal northeast portion of the state. Going "Downeast" derives from the days when clipper ships sailed the coast. A vessel heading East would be sailing downwind as the prevailing winds in Maine blow from the West.