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  • Lobster tails (8 - 10 oz each)
  • salted butter
  • pinch of kosher salt
  • pinch of black pepper
  • pinch of paprika
  • fresh parsley, chopped
  • lemon wedges

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I am no longer a lobster tail making virgin! Honestly, I admit that they have always intimated me. Cannot even believe how quick and so super easy Broiled Lobster Tails are to prepare. Keep in mind, this is more of a “how-to” or “step-by-step,” rather than a recipe. It’s all about technique. You be the judge on how much, or how little butter as you want use.

Question is always, where on earth can I find lobster tails? Most often, you will be able to find in the fresh or seafood section of your local grocery store. If not, look in the frozen case.

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Broiled Lobster Tails are perfect to serve with your favorite steak on New Year’s Eve, Valentine’s Day or as part of your Feast of the Seven Fishes on Christmas Eve.

three broiled lobster tails


With a sharp knife or kitchen shears, cut a straight line down the center of the top of the shell. If you do not own kitchen shears, you should. Click here to get a pair!

Pull the flesh out from the center cut so that it lays on top of the shell. Place a wedge of lemon underneath the flesh and the bottom of the shell. This will not only add flavor, but will also help keep the meat on top of the shell.

Remove the vein. Season the lobster tails with kosher salt, black pepper and a touch of paprika. Top each tail with two pats of butter and a sprinkle of fresh chopped parsley. If you so desire, you can melt the butter and pour it over, or brush it on the tails.


Turn on the broiler. Place lobster tails on a baking pan or this flat cast iron pan from Lodge. Click here to grab one.

three lobster tails ready to broil

Place under broiler for about 8 to 10 minutes. The tail is fully-cooked when the meat turns opaque. Garnish with fresh chopped parsley. Serve these amazing Broiled Lobster Tails with additional lemon wedges and drawn butter. ENJOY!!!

Now that you know how to broil a lobster tail, use this same technique for grilling and make my Grilled Lobster Tail Pasta.

Choose a smaller lobster tail and serve as Surf and Turf with your favorite steak!


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