Lobster Tail Recipe
I love lobster, it’s one of my favorite seafood. Whenever I go to seafood restaurants, I would always order lobster tails.
Year end is the season to indulge yourself in great seafood; holiday season is about enjoying, having fun, and eating really good food, so let’s add lobster tails to your dinner or entertainment rotation.
Lobster tails are not cheap, but occasionally, you can get pretty decent priced and discounted frozen lobster tails from stores.
I got mine from Costco for $24.00, or an average of $6 per lobster tail, which is pretty affordable. They are definitely much cheaper than eating out at restaurants.
Costco has good quality and fresh lobster tails that taste sweet and briny. This garlic butter lobster tails recipe is the only recipe you will need for all your lobster tails!
How to Broil Lobster Tails?
The best way to cook lobster tails at home is using the Broil function on your oven. It takes only 5-8 minutes to cook them, and the length of time depends on the size.
For restaurant-worthy recipe, you just need some melted butter, garlic, lemon juice and parsley, and broil in the oven.
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Go get some lobster tails this holiday season. Make this for the family or guests. Indulge in the utter deliciousness of this recipe. You will love me for that!
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