To grill lobster tails, use kitchen shears to cut through the underside of the shell, exposing the meat. Brush the tails with seasoned butter. Skewer the lobsters, place them over medium-high heat on a grill, and cook fo... More »

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The time it takes to steam a lobster tail depends on the weight of the lobster. A 2-ounce tail takes 10 minutes, a 4-ounce tail takes 12 minutes, a 6-ounce tail takes 15 minutes, an 8-ounce tail takes 20 minutes, and a 1... More »

One recipe for broiled lobster is Broiled Lobster Tails with Garlic-Chili Butter. This recipe broils lobster in a preheat broiler with a butter sauce containing garlic, orange peel and chili powder. More »

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One easy recipe for lobster tails is broiling, where you expose the meat in the shell, coat it with olive oil or butter, and place it under an oven broiler for approximately 10 minutes. Also try baking butter-coated lobs... More »

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Bake lobster tails in the oven by exposing the lobster meat, placing lobster meat on a baking sheet, adding butter and seasonings, and baking until the tails turn white. Kansas City Steaks features an easy recipe for ove... More »

Bake lobster tails by splitting lobster tails lengthwise, topping the meat with a seasoned panko, garlic and butter mixture and baking them for about 30 to 35 minutes. A recipe for baked lobster tails by Tyler Florence i... More »

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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 »

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