Recipes with Lobster Tail
Lobster is a seafood rich in protein, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins and minerals. Lobster meat is firm, slightly sweet and slightly fibrous. Parts of the lobster such as head, body and tail are edible. Lobster tail meat is one of the most eaten parts of lobster. The tail is the most succulent part of the lobster. The flesh of its tail has a high fiber content.
The flesh of the lobster tail is tough. It tastes sweeter than shrimp. It has high protein content. Lobster meat gets the flavor of the ingredients in which it is cooked. For this reason, you can flavor the lobster tail with garlic and butter while cooking.
Lobster tail can be cooked in different ways: These cooking methods are grilling, baking, steaming, boiling or broiling. It can be consumed as a main course. It can also be used in sandwiches, pastas or salads.