Baked Lobster Tail Recipe
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baked lobster tail recipe

Here is a baked lobster tail recipe.

Baking lobster tails is a summertime favorite ...right up there with spending time at the beach and enjoying your favorite ice cream !

Of course, there are many opportunities on Martha's Vineyard to enjoy a baked lobster.

If you're renting a vacation house, you can purchase live lobsters at one of the many local seafood markets. Or, if you'd like to dine out, there are numerous restaurants with fresh, top-notch lobster.

Scroll down this page to see some recommendations (below the steps for baking lobster tails)



Baked Lobster Tail Recipe

Baked Stuffed Lobster - yield 1 serving Fresh Lobsters, 1-1/4 to 1 1/2 lb each
2 cup dried bread crumbs, ground fine
1/2 lb butter, melted
2 tsp Worcestershire sauce
Pinch salt

Split a live lobster: Spread flat. Using a teaspoon, remove the tomalley (green stuff) and coral (pink stuff, roe) and reserve. Remove stomach (under the head). Remove tail meat and chop coarsely. Reserve. Leave claws intact. Prepare all lobsters as above.


Mix bread crumbs, butter, salt, and Worcestershire sauce together. Add the tail meat, tomalley, and coral, and toss to mix well. Fill the cavity of each lobster with the stuffing. Place in a foil lined baking pan, alternating head and tail to fit better.

Bring the edge of foil up over the tail of each lobster. Press so as to secure end of tail to pan so the tails do not curl up as they bake.Bake at 325f for 50 minutes, more or less depending on size. Serve straight from the oven.
Serve with rice pilaf.


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Places on Martha's Vineyard to get Lobster



For live lobsters...we highly recommend the Net Result in Vineyard Haven. This fish market has top quality, great service and outdoor picnic tables... if you decide you can't wait to drive home and do the cooking yourself !

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Or, if you'd like a slightly more traditional sit-down restaurant, the Seafood Shanty in Edgartown has great fresh lobster and is right on the harbor...with fabulous views

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