Six Maine Lobster Tails with Butter

Wild-caught Maine lobster tails, fresh-frozen from the cold waters of the Maine coast, are always sweet and tender. Paired with our classic lemon herb butter, these luxurious lobster tails are excellent for grilling, steaming, stuffing or baking. Sustainably caught and packed with the freshest flavors of the sea, think of the culinary possibilities.

You Will Receive:
6 Tails (5-6 oz. each)
Lemon Herb Butter (6 oz.)

Ships Frozen
Gluten Free

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Maine Lobster Tails: You will receive Maine Lobster Tails which contains: shellfish (lobster). Made in a facility that uses: wheat, soy, milk, tree nuts, egg, fish.

Butter: Butter (cream, salt), Garlic, Olive oil, Lemon juice, Lemon zest, Parsley, Chives, Salt, Pepper. Contains: Milk. Made in a facility that also uses: Shellfish, Egg, Fish, Wheat, Tree nuts, Soy.

Thaw in refrigerator for 24 hours immediately before use.

Baked Stuffed: Preheat oven to 350°. Crush 30 Ritz or other type of cracker and mix with 4 tablespoons melted butter and 1 tablespoon white wine until mixture begins to hold together. Using a sharp knife, split the tails lengthwise down the center on the shell-side of the lobsters. Keeping the shells intact, remove the tail meat from the shell. Remove the intestinal track from the meat, and carefully insert the meat back into the shell. Top each tail with mixture and bake tails on cookie sheet for approximately 15-20 minutes, until stuffing is a rich golden color. Serve with a wedge of fresh lemon.

Outdoor Grilled: Move grill grate to highest position and pre-heat grill to medium. Place each tail shell-side down on grates. Grill 4-5 minutes, then turn and grill other side 5-6 minutes. Meat will be opaque when done. Return lobster tails to shell-side down position on grates, baste with melted butter and lemon juice. You may choose to substitute your favorite grilling sauce for the butter and lemon juice.

Simply Steamed: Do not thaw lobster tails. Boil about 3 inches of water in a pot large enough to hold the number of tails you are cooking. Place frozen tails in the boiling water; steam for 15 minutes. Remove tails and shake off excess water. Split open the underside of tails with a knife, lengthwise. Serve with melted butter or lemon juice.

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