Gourmet Maine Lobster Tail Meat - Frozen
Gourmet Maine Lobster Tail Meat - Frozen
Gourmet Maine Lobster Tail Meat - Frozen
Gourmet Maine Lobster Tail Meat - Frozen
Gourmet Maine Lobster Tail Meat - Frozen
Gourmet Maine Lobster Tail Meat - Frozen

Gourmet Maine Lobster Tail Meat - Frozen

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The Ultimate Lobster Roll Meat - 1 Pound makes 4 delicious lobster rolls

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Delight in the unparalleled luxury of our Lobster Tail Meat, a treasure trove of flavor from the crisp, icy waters renowned for yielding the most succulent and rich seafood. Harvested with sustainable practices from the pristine environments of the North Atlantic, each lobster tail is meticulously hand-selected to ensure only the finest quality reaches your table.

Gourmet Quality at Home: Each lobster tail is expertly trimmed, leaving you with the choicest meat that is ready to be the star of any dish. Whether you're planning an intimate dinner, a celebratory meal, or seeking to elevate your culinary creations, our lobster tail meat promises an exquisite gourmet experience.

Versatile Culinary Companion: The delicate, buttery meat of our cold water Maine lobster tails is versatile, ideal for grilling, broiling, sautéing, or steaming. Complement its natural flavors with a splash of lemon, a pat of garlic butter, or incorporate it into sophisticated recipes like lobster bisque, risottos, or savory lobster rolls.

Nutritious Indulgence: Rich in protein and low in fat, our fresh lobster tail meat is not only indulgent but also aligns with a health-conscious lifestyle. It's packed with essential vitamins and minerals, making it a delicious way to enjoy a nutritious diet.

Packaged for Peak Freshness: Your order of lobster tail meat is handled with the utmost care. We package it with cooling materials designed to maintain the optimal temperature during transit, ensuring that it arrives at your doorstep with its freshness and flavor intact.

Experience the unparalleled quality and flavor of our Maine Lobster Tail Meat — a truly exceptional ingredient for those who accept nothing but the best.

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  • 1 pound Maine lobster meat, cut into bite-sized pieces
  • 2 tablespoons unsalted butter
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 2 cloves garlic, minced
  • Salt, to taste
  • Freshly ground black pepper, to taste
  • 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
  • 2 tablespoons fresh parsley, chopped
  • Lemon wedges, for serving


  1. Prepare the Ingredients: Make sure the lobster meat is cut into uniform, bite-sized pieces to ensure even cooking. Mince the garlic and chop the parsley, setting them aside for later.
  2. Heat the Pan: In a large skillet, heat the butter and olive oil over medium heat until the butter is melted and the mixture is hot. The combination of butter and olive oil adds flavor and prevents the butter from burning.
  3. Sauté the Garlic: Add the minced garlic to the skillet and sauté for about 1 minute, or until fragrant. Be careful not to let the garlic brown, as this can add a bitter taste.
  4. Cook the Lobster Meat: Add the lobster meat to the skillet, spreading it out evenly. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Sauté the lobster meat for about 3-5 minutes, stirring occasionally, until it's fully cooked and opaque. Avoid overcooking, as the lobster can become tough.
  5. Finish with Lemon and Parsley: Once the lobster meat is cooked, squeeze fresh lemon juice over it and sprinkle with chopped parsley. Toss everything together gently to combine the flavors.
  6. Serve: Remove the skillet from the heat. Serve the sautéed lobster meat immediately, accompanied by additional lemon wedges on the side. This dish is excellent over pasta, with steamed vegetables, or as a luxurious filling for lobster rolls.


  • Don't Overcrowd the Pan: Cook in batches if necessary to ensure each piece of lobster meat has enough space to sauté properly.
  • Keep It Moist: The quick cooking time helps preserve the lobster's moisture and tenderness.
  • Adjust Seasonings: Feel free to adjust the amount of garlic, lemon, and parsley to suit your taste preferences.

Enjoy your sautéed Maine lobster meat with your favorite sides for a meal that's sure to impress!

What makes Maine lobster tail
meat unique?

Maine lobster tail meat is
renowned for its sweet, tender, and succulent flavor, which distinguishes
it from lobster caught in other regions. The cold waters of the North
Atlantic around Maine provide an ideal habitat for lobsters, contributing
to their distinctive taste and texture. Maine lobster tails are
especially prized for their large size and high quality of meat.

How can I tell if a Maine
lobster tail is fresh?

Fresh Maine lobster tails should
have a bright red shell if they are cooked and a vivid dark green or blue
if uncooked. The meat should be firm, slightly springy, and moist, with a
fresh sea breeze aroma. Avoid lobster tails with any discoloration, such as
black spots or yellowing, as well as any tails that emit a strong, fishy
odor, which indicates they are not fresh.

What is the best way to cook
Maine lobster tails?

There are several methods to
cook Maine lobster tails, including boiling, grilling, broiling, and
steaming. The choice of method depends on personal preference and the
desired outcome. For tender meat, steaming is highly recommended, while
broiling or grilling can provide a more charred flavor. Regardless of the
method, be careful not to overcook the lobster tails, as this can make
the meat tough and rubbery.

How should Maine lobster
tails be thawed if they're frozen?

To thaw frozen Maine lobster
tails, place them in the refrigerator for 24 hours before you plan to
cook them. This slow thawing process helps preserve the lobster meat's
texture and flavor. If you're short on time, you can also thaw the tails
by sealing them in a plastic bag and submerging them in cold water for
30-60 minutes. Avoid using hot water or a microwave to thaw lobster
tails, as these methods can cook the meat unevenly and affect its

What are some popular ways to
serve Maine lobster tail meat?

Maine lobster tail meat can be
served in a variety of ways, reflecting its versatility in culinary
applications. Popular options include serving the meat in its shell for a
dramatic presentation, creating luxurious lobster rolls, adding it to
creamy pasta dishes, or using it as a decadent topping for steak in a
surf and turf. The meat can also be chopped and added to soups, salads,
or used in sophisticated appetizers like lobster bisque or lobster