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Cooked lobster...ideas?

I've got a three small lobsters, pre-cooked. One I'm keeping for scrambled eggs in the morning for mother's day. The other two, I was going to chop up the meat and mix in a remoulad-ey type sauce and spread on crostini. However, I'm wondering if any of my fellow CH'ers have any alternative suggestions.

I've got a well stocked pantry...quite a few fresh herbs. Lemons, avocados, etc.

I'm also making some fava bean puree to spread on crostini that I'll flavour with lemon juice, olive oil and mint. And a grilled whole trout stuffed with rosemary and aggressively salted.

Just a bit of a screwing around with food night.

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  1. Cooked lobster is great in crepes, ravioli, or risotto
    and so many other creamy, cheesy things like thermidor

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    1. I would skip the fancy stuff and just make lobster rolls. This is a pretty good one:

      http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/sa...

      I substitute celery for the cucumber because that's the way I prefer it. And I love the tarragon.

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          1. re: grandgourmand

            I would cook a little linguine. Sauté some shallots in butter, add some white wine or vermouth, cook down, add some cream, chunks of lobster and tarragon. Mushrooms optional. Yum!

            1. re: Full tummy

              Been there, and yes, Totally Great! I do that with shrimp all the time with whatever is in the fridge. Can't go wrong can ya? Simple and perfect all the time. And it can be a side dish also which is the best part.

              I did a dinner for a couple of friends last months. Shrimp in a very similar sauce with pasta and a grilled pork tenderloin, salad and desert. Probably the easiest dinner ever. I love dinner like that.

        1. I've enjoyed this recipe for Lobster Newburg. Sounds similar to your crostini idea.

          http://whatsonmyplate.wordpress.com/2...

          Or lobster rolls are yummy too :

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          WON

          1. why not mix a few pieces with some cream cheese and make a few fried rangoons.

            1. I second the lobster rolls. Other good ideas for even more decadence - lobster mac and cheese or lobster mashed potatoes.