Maine Lobster Tails


Tails of Joy┬« -Linda Bean’s EZ-Shuck Lobster Tails. Wild caught/succulent tail meat comes frozen

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Four 4-5 ounce succulent, Maine, wild caught lobster tails. Never boiled, only High Pressure Processing (HPP) for our lobsters. The tails have the most meat and come in the shell for your serving pride, and enjoyment!
Delivered frozen, cooking instructions included. These cook very quickly!

How to Prepare

When receiving your lobster tails, they are coated with a saltwater glaze to protect product, they are not freezer burnt.

How to prepare lobster tails for cooking, we recommend baking or grilling

  1. Thaw your lobster tails over night in the refrigerator or for a quick thaw, place the bag in a bowl of cold water under thawed.
  2. When thawed, open the bag and wash the saltwater glaze from the tails.
  3. You can choose to spilt or butterfly your lobster tails.
  4. To Spilt your lobster tails, Cut the top shell of the lobster tails lengthwise down the middle with kitchen shears. Then, using a knife, cut all the way through the tails to split into 2 pieces.
  5. To Butterfly your lobster tails, take a pair of kitchen shears and cut along the top of the shell about 3/4 down towards fin. While keeping the tail attached to the fin, remove the meat from the shell.
  6. For Baking – Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
  7. Flavor meat with marinade, butter or seasonings, Try our Maine Sea Salts to pair with your tails!
  8. Add sherry, wine or water to bottom of casserole dish and place tails in dish.
  9. Cover with foil cook for about 9 to 10 minutes.
  10. You will know your lobster tails are done when the shell is red and the meat is opaque and firm.
  11. For grilling, preheat your grill to medium heat or 350 degrees.
  12. Flavor your tails with marinade or butter.
  13. Place the spilt half down for 3 minutes.
  14. Flip the tails and cook for another 3 minutes.
  15. Your tails are done when the shell is red and meat is opaque and firm.