To cook lobster at home, fill a large pot 3/4 of the way with water and a piece of dried seaweed, bring the water to a boil, kill the lobster and place it in the pot. Cover the pot, allow it to return to a boil and wait ... More » Food Cooking Seafood

Medium-sized lobsters tails cook in only eight to 12 minutes when immersed in salted, boiling water, according to Better Homes and Gardens. Smaller or larger tails require slightly shorter or longer cooking times. The sh... More »

One of the most common methods for cooking large lobster tails is to bake them in the oven. While baking, the cook can add seasoning, butter and garlic for flavor. More »

One way to bake lobster tails is to cover the tail meat with seasoned butter, wrap each one in foil, and bake until the meat is firm and opaque. Another option is to stuff the tails with a buttery lobster and cracker mix... More » Food Cooking Seafood

Lobster requires eight minutes per pound to properly cook using the boiling method, reports the Maine Lobster Marketing Collaborative.Steaming a lobster takes slightly longer, with the process requiring 10 minutes per po... More » Food Cooking Seafood

It is not recommended to immediately cook frozen lobster tails - instead, Better Homes and Gardens suggests defrosting them first. Allowing the frozen tails to thaw in the refrigerator overnight (8-10 hours) will ensure ... More »

The ideal way to cook a frozen whole lobster is to thaw the lobster entirely, then to cook it in saltwater for up to 15 minutes depending on the weight of the lobster. The boiling water should be a 2 percent salt mix; fo... More »