Grilling Lobster Tails

warmwaterlobstertailsThere are many kinds of recipes for grilling lobster tails you will be sure to love! Often, large pieces of lobster meat will make a great sort of lobster-ka-bobs on the grill, and more. Although lobster tails are most often broiled, grilling lobster tails can be the very best thing for your next big party.

In fact, here is a quick and simple recipe for grilling lobster tails:

A recipe of absolute perfection, suitable for virtually any occasion, the meal you create by grilling lobster tails will be impressive and delicious. The following recipe is especially for those without as much practice grilling lobster tails—and so although it will be an extravagant meal—it will not be ton difficult, either.

This recipe feeds approximately six people, so use six fresh lobster tails.

You will also need:

¼ cup of olive oil
¼ cup of fresh squeezed lemon juice
¼ tsp salt
1 tbsp of fresh dill
¼ tsp of black pepper

(optional)

fresh garlic, mashed or minced
¼ cup of butter

1. Preheat the grill for medium to high (degrees will vary depending on altitude etc.)

2. Slice each lobster tail in half (lengthwise) so that the meat is exposed.

3. Combine all ingredients (besides the optional ingredients) in a small mixing bowl.

4. Baste the mixture onto the lobster flesh and place lobster (fleshy-side down) on the grill for about six minutes.

5. The amount of time required will depend on the size of the lobster tail, closer to five minutes if it is smaller, closer to seven minutes if it is very large.

If you choose to use the “optional” ingredients—melt down the butter and garlic and serve alongside the meat. It is very popular when eating broiled lobster to dip pieces of the lobster meat into a butter and/or butter-garlic sauce. You may consider adding extra lemon on the side as well.

There are many ways to prepare lobster tails when you begin grilling lobster tails, and the above happens to be one of the most delicious as well as one of the simplest ways to do so.

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