Garlic Butter Lobster Tails

A meal my family always looks forward to and a 4th of July weekend tradition for us, feasting on this delicious lobster dinner! Delicious beyond words!!  

Let’s Lobstaaaa Babyyy!!🦞💃🏻

3️⃣…2️⃣…1️⃣; Let’s Go:
🦞First, wash your lobster tails very well under running water. 
🚫Do not submerge the tails in water as the meat can absorb the liquid, creating a watery tasting lobster.
🦞Cut the top of each tail down the center. This process is much easier and safer with a quality pair of scissors.
🚫Do not use a knife when cleaning and cutting lobster tails.
🦞Once you’ve cut the tail open and exposed the meat, spread the shell apart with your hands, then go ahead and devein the lobster using paper towel or your hands.
🦞Give the deveined lobster tails a very good rinse and arrange them in a colander, top end down to drain all the excess water.
🦞Carefully pull the meat out of the shell. Just make sure to leave a small part attached at the end of the tail fin.
🦞Gently pat the lobster meat dry with paper towel. At this point you can go ahead and season the lobster tails and cook them, or you can arrange them on a tray lined with paper towel, cover it with plastic and store it in the fridge for a couple of hours, to cook them later. 
🦞The lobsters have to be at room temperature when you cook them, so make sure you take them out of the fridge at least an hour before grilling or baking them.
🦞An amazing lobster tail recipe is coming next. Stay tuned, you wouldn’t want to miss this one‼️👩🏻‍🍳👌🏻

🦞Garlic Butter Lobster Tails🦞

This recipe is for 10 lobster tails:
✂️ Prepare and clean your lobster as instructed above.
🥥In the food processor blend 12 cloves of garlic with 1 cup coconut water and set aside
🧈Melt 8 tablespoons salted butter in a saucepan 
🧄Add 2.5 tablespoons minced garlic to the hot butter and sauté it until fragrant 
🍋Add 1.5 tablespoons lemon pepper seasoning. If not available, substitute it with 1 tsp salt, 1 tsp black pepper and 3 tablespoons lemon juice
🥄Add 1 tablespoon sugar, stir and cook for a minute
🥛Add the coconut water garlic mix, stir and simmer the sauce until it’s reduced by a third
🦞 Brush the surface of each lobster tail with a generous amount of sauce
♨️Bake in a 400F preheated oven, until the lobster meat is no longer translucent and the shell’s color has changed to orange. This takes about 10-20 minutes depending on the size of your lobster
Bon Appétit 🥰

And voila! Bon Appétit ❤️



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