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Saturday, June 6, 2020

Cafe #15: Lobster Tails

Ring ring! The Cafe has another new recipe! Hello everyone, how are you all doing today? I thought I would post another recipe today since yesterday while I was making the Mac and Cheese and some more food, I also made Lobster Tails. I saw Chef Bae making some Lobster Tails and it made me want to eat some. So me and my mom went to this restaurant a couple of months ago and I ordered some and well......they were okay but they weren't as good as the ones I made. The problem was they made it too buttery and oily, plus they didn't even open the shell on top of the Lobster Tail so it was very complicated for me to eat it. After that, I almost didn't even want to eat any again until I pondered the idea of making my own, which tasted so much better. Therefore, in today's new recipe, we are going to make Lobster Tails. Let's get started. 

Make sure that the Lobster Tails are not frozen before you prep them. If you have frozen Lobster Tails, thaw them out about 90 minutes before you began to cook with them. Also, make sure you clean them.

Serving Size: It depends on how many you buy. Some places you can buy Lobster Tails individually or in 2 and some places you can buy them in bulk. I decided to buy 2 packs of it that came in 2, totaling it to 4 Lobster Tails. 

Cooking Time: I broiled my Lobster Tails so about 10 minutes (I think next time I'll bake them so they can be juicer). If you rather bake them or want them to be juicer, put them in the oven for 15-20 minutes. 


Lobster Tails (I bought them from Walmart so they were 4 oz) 
2 Cups of 1/3 Cup of Melted Butter (I used Spreadable Butter)
Old Bay Seasoning
Thyme Seasoning 
Parsley Seasoning

1 Basting Brush
1 Medium Baking Pan with Silver Foil 


1) If you're cooking with the broil, preheat it on high. If you're cooking with the oven, preheat it on 350. 

2) Melt 1/3 Cup of Butter in the microwave for 15 seconds. 

3) Take the Medium Baking Pan and wrap the Silver Foil around it. Pour the butter into the Pan and sprinkle some Old Bay Seasoning, Thyme, and Parsley into the Pan. 

4) Microwave another Cup of 1/3 Cup of Butter for 15 seconds. 

5) Take some Scissors and cut open the middle of the Lobster Tails and bring the meat on top of the Lobster Tail or just push the shells around it away from the meat. 

6) Take the Basting Brush and brush the Melted Butter on top of the Lobster Tail. If you have some leftover, just pour it on top of the Tails.  

7) Sprinkle the Old Bay, Thyme, and Parsley Seasoning on top of them. 

8) Place them in the broil for 10 minutes or if you're using an oven, 15-20 minutes. 

9) Enjoy! 

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