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Cooking Lobster Tails
Learn the various ways of how to cook lobster tails
How to Cook Lobster Tails
Cooking Lobster Tails is easier than you think. We've assembled several cooking guides using different methods with step-by-step pictures so that you can cook lobster tails at home like they do in the restaurants. Impress you guests.
Butterflying Lobster Tail - This method is the most common in restaurants where the lobster tail meat is sitting on top of the lobster shell.
Broiling Lobster Tails - Broiling lobster tails provides a the golden color on top of the meat.
Baking Lobster Tails - Baking lobster tails is an easy way to prepair lobster tails.
Steaming a Lobster - Steaming lobster tails is another easy and healthy way to cook tails.
Types of Lobster Tails - Not all lobster tails are the same. The main difference is lobster tails can either be cold-water or warm-water lobster tails. Cold-water lobster tails are common.
Buying Lobster Tails - Learn what to look for when buying lobster tails so you aren't left dissappointed.
Cooking Live Lobster - Learn how to cook live lobsters.