Smoked Lobster Tail Recipe - How To Smoke Lobster Tails?

Summer days are usually the time for people to have picnics. And this time will not be without food for the whole picnic party. Lobster is the dish most people choose to use for main meals. There are many ways to cook, but smoked lobster tail is always the first choice. The sweet taste of the lobster combined with the smoke made it special. Let's learn the smoked lobster tail recipe to learn how to make this dish.

The smoked lobster tail with many flavors

The smoked lobster tail with many flavors

Ingredients

  • 4 lobster tails
  • 2 teaspoons chili
  • 1 lemon
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper
  • 1 clove of garlic

    Above are the ingredients for you to apply the smoked lobster tail recipe. Prepare additional tools, which are knives, a kitchen shear and spoons to separate lobster tails.

      When choosing raw materials also need to be careful. The fresher the lobster, the better the dish will be. Do not buy lobster that has been left for a long time, showing signs of discoloration. A live and active lobster must be selected.

      To buy the best quality lobster, you need to find out a reputable address. You can go to Fishermen's Net to buy the best quality lobster.

       

      Recipe note

      • Servings: 4 servings
      • Prep: 10 mins
      • Cook: 20 mins
      • Total: 30 mins

      How to cook smoked lobster tail?

      Step 1Butterfly lobster tail

      If the lobster tails are frozen, allow them to thaw slowly in the fridge for about 24 hours prior to processing them.

      You will need to use a kitchen shear to cut the lobster shell lengthwise. Use your hands to carefully pull the shell apart, and lift the lobster meat up and out from the shell while still attached at the base of the tail, lay the meat on top of the shell. Repeat this for 3 remaining lobster tails.

      Step 2: Mix the paprika, garlic powder, cumin, oil, kosher salt, and black pepper in a large bowl. Brush this mixture over the body of the lobster tail.

      Step 3: Preheat the smoker to 375 degree Fahrenheit (medium-high temperature). If you want to add smoke flavor, you need to add apple wood chips (or chunks) or a similar fruit wood.

      Step 4: Put the lobster tails on the smoker and cook for 15 - 20 minutes, depending on the size of the lobster tail large or small, the smaller tails will give more tenderness and flavor.

      Step 5: About 10 minutes before done, use a pan to melt butter, add garlic, chili, and lemon juice and mix well, put a tablespoon of the butter mixture onto the meat in the lobster tails. Don't forget to save dipping butter sauce at the end!

      When smoked lobster tail are done, pull them out and squeeze some lemon over them, serve them with roasted brussel sprouts tossed in olive oil.

      Tips for smoked lobster tail

      First you have to make sure that the lobster smoker has been cleaned. After 3 uses of smoking, it needs to be cleaned.

      If the size of the lobster tail is larger than that of the smoker, divide and switch sides for 15 minutes. Smoked lobsters will cook when they turn white on the inside and red on the outside.

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      Nutrition facts

      The nutritional composition of lobster contains cholesterol but it is not harmful to the body. Polyunsaturated fats can help lower blood cholesterol levels while reducing both the risk of stroke and heart disease-related problems.

      Although the overall fat content of lobster is quite high, lobster is not a significant source of saturated fat. It contains a lot of omega 3 fatty acids, protein, vitamin B12, especially phosphorus. Extremely high antioxidant content, has positive effects in the protection and prevention of thyroid diseases, depression, anemia.

      Another nutritional component of lobster is a source of copper and selenium. One pound of cooked lobster weighing about 145 grams has the following ingredients: 129 calories, 1.25 g fat, 27.55 g protein, 3% of a person's daily vitamin A requirement.

       

      The other smoked seafood dishes

      Fish can also become a smoked seafood dish that you can use. There are several types of fish that will give you delicious dishes such as: tuna, mackerel, mullet and blue fish. If lobster ingredients are expensive and hard to find, you can also smoke shrimp, clams, scallops and scallops. As for seafood, we can all smoke it. The bigger and fatter the seafood, the better the quality when smoked.

      Watch the recipe of Cooking with CJ at 1:05.

      Above is some introductory information about smoked lobster tail recipe that you can apply. This is a delicious and nutritious dish for the body that you should not ignore. Hopefully through that you will gain more understanding.

      Visit our blog for more useful tips related to the lobster. Feel free to contact us via the below contact information if you have any further questions or requests.

      • Website: www.mualobster.com
      • Address: 849 Forest Ave, Portland, ME 04103.
      • Tel: +1 (207) 772-3565.

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