What Does Lobster Taste Like?

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What Does Lobster Taste Like? Lobster tastes like a combination of shrimp, crabs, and clams.

Lobster is a great seafood dish that has been highly sought after for their taste since the early 1800s. In 1906, people spoke out against this dish because they felt it was unfair to use lobsters as resources for food when they played an important role in enticing bait for fisherman with their luminescent properties. | Ultimately, it is said that lobster tastes a little salty and chewy – similar to salmon or crustaceans. It’s bitter but tasty depending on how it’s cooked

A rarity, and quite frankly a treat these days, lobster tends to come few and far between in the lives of many.

Lobster Thermidor

A dance of sorts between lobster, egg yolks, and cognac, is another great way to start your meal. What brings all the flavors together is the addition of gruyere cheese.

Served in a bowl at room temperature or chilled, with juices intact, make sure to mix it up so you can get all the flavors at once!

Lobster Poutine

A dish originating in Canada, this is perfect for The Great White North, but that shouldn’t stop anyone else from giving it a go. Fries are topped with gravy and cheese curds, while tender chunks of lobster meat complete the meal. If there’s one dish to share with your friend or loved one—this would be it.

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Lobster Hand Rolls

Prepared like sushi, these hand rolls make for an elegant tea-time snack or appetizers before an evening meal. They take time to prepare, but the end result is well worth the wait. Lobster meat wrapped in crisp seaweed and . . . what more could you ask for?

Lobster Rockefeller

Typically served with rice and a side of vegetables, lobster Rockefeller is easy to enjoy and will most likely be something you’ll order again. The trick here is not to overindulge in the rich buerre blanc that brings all the flavors together.

Served in large portions or “family style” Lobster Rockefellers are fun for sharing with friends or loved ones—just make sure everything gets an even distribution!

Lobster Thermsidere vs. Lobster Newburg

Two very similar dishes both boasting creamy bases, these are great if you’re looking for comfort food done right. I suggest splitting them with your special someone while enjoying a glass of wine — but only if you’re of age, of course.

Lobster Mac and Cheese

A dish as comforting as it sounds, this rich and creamy macaroni is stuffed with lobster meat. Topped with bread crumbs you can cut through the richness every now and then, but make sure to take a bite from time to time as well!

As you can see there are a number of ways that lobster dishes are prepared around the world. If you haven’t tried them all yet or aren’t planning on trying them in the near future I would suggest starting here—and going from there!

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