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loml Dec 23, 2007 02:11 PM

I am looking for a new way to prepare lobsters at home. I typically make steamed lobsters and have also made lobster rolls but wanted to try something new. Any ideas? Maybe adding lobster meat to pasta or a taking the meat out of the shells and roasting it in a sauce? Does anyone have any recipes? Thanks.

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  1. EricShawnSmith RE: loml Dec 23, 2007 03:51 PM

    How about a simple lobster raviolli with sage and brown butter sauce.

    1. diablo RE: loml Dec 23, 2007 03:54 PM

      Lobster Thermidor. Oldie but a goodie.............

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        foodperv RE: loml Dec 23, 2007 06:28 PM

        i find that any recipe that you can use shrimp in ......
        IF that helps

        1. Richard 16 RE: loml Dec 23, 2007 07:45 PM

          Simple: Angel hair (what can I say, I like angel hair) wth lobster chunks tossed in a browned butter and EVOO w/ a little tarragon and topped with chives.. Works with cheese ravioli too.

          Complex: A savory lobster cheesecake. I rarely use recipes exactly, but Emeril has one I drew a lot from:

          http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/recip...

          A couple of the others from that episode look good, too.

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            Densible RE: Richard 16 Dec 23, 2007 08:01 PM

            Lobster Pot Pie
            Easy to do-basically lobster, green veg of your choice (peas, beans, broccoli), onions, mushrooms, wine, cream, tarragon and parsley topped with your own or store bought puff pastry. Lovely.

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              dolores RE: Richard 16 Dec 24, 2007 04:29 AM

              LOBSTER cheesecake. OMG, that sounds divine. Thank you for sharing.

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                Richard 16 RE: dolores Dec 24, 2007 05:31 AM

                You're welcome!
                It's great & very adaptable. Since it's essentially a custard I used a water bath and baked longer. It isn't hard to make, just several steps and time consuming.

                I don't like cooked bell peppers (except with some Mexican &Tex-Mex food) so I used a lot less and increased the onion.
                I used about 50% more lobster. Shrimp would likely work very well.
                I didn't have creme fraiche to top so I used half the amount of sour cream.
                I added some tarragon
                No osetra caviar; I used tobiko which was actually quite pretty.

                Mmmmm. I'm due for another lobster... I'll have to make it again...

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              Querencia RE: loml Dec 23, 2007 08:22 PM

              Just curious, but are you in Maine? How to use up all the spare lobster is not a problem most of us have.......

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                loml RE: Querencia Dec 24, 2007 03:53 AM

                No, I'm in NY, and love to make lobsters for Christmas Dinner.

              2. MMRuth RE: loml Dec 24, 2007 03:59 AM

                Here's a Julia Child recipe posted by Rubee - http://www.chowhound.com/topics/44636...

                I never got around to trying it, but it looks delicious.

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                  JRL RE: loml Dec 24, 2007 06:08 AM

                  Mario Battali's Lobster Pantelleria
                  Lobster and tomato/herb "pesto" over fettucine. I tried it at the very end of tomato season with heirloom tomatoes - delish - but it actually calls for canned tomatoes, which is perfect for this time of year. Interestingly, there are 2 versions (can't remember which I one I used) - with the lobster meat at room temp and with the lobster briefly rewarmed.

                  http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/recip...

                  http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/recip...

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