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Shucked Maine Lobster Tails

approx. 5 lbs
Starting at
$299
Incl S&H
$299.00

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Product Information

PRODUCT INFO

Maine lobsters (homarus americanus) offer rich, full flavored, sweet meat synonymous with luxury in America and many parts of Europe.  These special tails provide all of the deliciousness of Maine lobster tails without any of the work!

Lobster meat naturally clings tightly to its shell, making it extremely difficult to remove without at least par-cooking it.  These lobster tails have undergone a unique high pressure process that separates the meat from the shell.  Then they’re hand-shucked.

Shucked lobster tails are extremely easy to cook whole or cut into pieces and can be used in a huge variety of dishes, from pasta or risotto to lobster rolls and as the main event of an entrée.

High Pressure Processing

A high pressure processing machine uses pressure at or above 40,000 psi to separate the lobster meat from the shell, making it exceedingly easy to shuck while still raw. Because the pressure is equal from all sides and no heat is involved, the taste and texture of the lobster’s meat is not harmed.

After this first trip to the HPP machine, the claw, tail and knuckle meat is expertly removed from the shell by hand, then effectively “cold pasteurized” via a second trip to the HPP machine.

STORAGE

Storage:

Store frozen lobster meat in your freezer until you're ready to use it, then thaw.



Thawing Tips

Shelf Life:

Frozen: Generally 1-1 ½ years.

Thawed: Up to five days.

RECIPES & TIPS

These lobsters can be prepared as you would other shucked lobster tails or served as lobster sashimi.

Use cooked lobster meat in lobster roll sandwiches, pasta dishes, risotto, entrees, salads, as part of a surf & turf, etc.

Though the classic accompaniment to Maine lobster tails is simply melted or drawn butter, they can also be paired with flavors like cream, garlic, basil, chervil, tarragon, semi-dry white wine, cayenne pepper, and/or citrus (lemon, orange, or lime).

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