Steaming Lobster Tails

Steaming lobster tails is another cooking option that doesn’t take very long-only about five to seven minutes. You can use water as the liquid for steaming, or you can use white wine (using white wine can also double as a sauce after the lobster tails are finished cooking). It is often a good idea to stick a wooden skewer through the lobster tails, since steaming them causes them to shrivel slightly.

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