A good recipe for a lobster roll is fresh lobster meat, mayo, and mayonnaise. Tastes just like New England because it’s created at home. It’s scrumptious!
LOBSTER ROLL RECIPE
My all-time favorite summertime dish is a lobster roll. That New England split-top hot dog bun with the mayonnaise-laden lobster salad has a certain charm.
Fresh, luscious lobster meat and lobster claws make this lobster roll recipe the greatest ever. I feel like I’ve been transported to New England every time I take a mouthful of the lobster and bun.
If you go out to eat, a single lobster sandwich can run you $20 to $25, but making your own would save you half that. This recipe cost me $20, and I made three red lobster rolls for that price.
HOW TO MAKE LOBSTER ROLLS?
Here’s how it’s done:
- The lobsters should be boiled and cooked. Let the lobster meat and claws cool, then chop them into pieces.
- Honey, lemon juice, salt, and freshly ground black pepper can all be used to season the lobster.
- Toast the sides of the buns on a grill to prepare the buns.
- Put the lobster salad in the baguette and toast it.
- For this dish, you’ll want to use fresh, live lobsters. The sweet, juicy, and delectable lobster meat imparts the most refined flavor when it’s new from the ocean. There are various supermarkets and seafood businesses where you may get live lobsters.
- If you cannot locate live lobsters, opt for frozen or cooked lobster tails.
- New England split-top hot dog buns are a must if you can get your hands on them.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
LOBSTER ROLLS NEED WHAT BREAD TYPE?
- If you’re looking for traditional split-top hot dog buns from Maine or New England, you’re unlikely to find them in your local supermarket. They may be available on Amazon, Target, and Walmart, among other places.
- Simply clip a tiny bit off the ends of standard hot dog buns before using them.
- The butter-coated buns of lobster rolls are the secret to their delectable taste. This is the secret to ensuring that every mouthful is buttery and crunchy, just like the best Boston has to offer!
What is the average number of calories in one serving?
- Each serving of this recipe contains only 325 calories.
With this recipe, what are its complementary dishes?
Serving this dinner with potato chips and a nice summer beverage like watermelon lemonade is the ideal accompaniment. I’ve compiled a list of dishes for summer entertaining with friends and family that I’d like to share.
- SEAFOOD BOIL
- CRAWFISH BOIL
- STEAMED CLAMS IN BEER
- GARLIC BUTTERFISH
- 3 hot dog buns
- 1 teaspoon honey
- 3 tablespoons mayonnaise
- 1 teaspoon lemon juice
- 1/2 tablespoon chopped chives
- 2 lbs. of small live lobster or 1/2 lb. of cooked lobster meat
- 3 dashes ground black pepper
- 1 pinch salt
- 2 tablespoons unsalted butter
- 4 cups water
- Begin boiling the water. Cover the pot and simmer the lobsters for about 8 minutes, or until they turn bright red.
- To cool, set aside and remove the lobster from its shell. Pick the meat off the lobster’s tail and claws using your fingers. Bite-sized portions of lobster meat should be cut from the lobster.
- Make a dressing by combining the mayonnaise with honey, lemon juice, salt, black pepper, and chives.
- Trim the hot dog buns by about 1/4 inch on both sides. Butter the rims of the pans. Toast the sides in a skillet over medium heat until they’re golden brown and toasty. The lobsters should be stuffed into the buns. Serve at once.