Cold Water South African Lobster Tails
Buying Lobster Tails online: Know What to Look for
South African Lobster Tails hail from the icy cold waters off the coast of South Africa. They are well known throughout the world for their tender texture and incredible sweetness. It is that superior flavor which keeps customers returning for more. Cold Water South African Lobster Tails can be prepared in many ways.
Pan Fried : You can cook the meat in or out of the shell and then season with spices or herbs. Any refined oil can be used for frying.
Boiled : In a pot of water, make a tasty cooking broth by combining seasonings and bringing the pot to a boil. Place the lobster in boiling water. Lobster tails are cooked when they have turned bright red and the tails have curled.
Grilled : Cut the tail in half and open like a book. Grill the lobster over direct medium heat while rubbing the flesh with olive oil and season with salt and pepper.
Broiled : After lobster tail has been marinated, preheat oven to the broil setting and cook tails 1 min per oz of lobster tail. Therefore, a 5 - 6oz lobster tail should be broiled for 5 - 6 mins.
Baked : One of the easiest ways to cook a lobster tail. Drizzle lobster marinates over tail. Wrap the tail in foil (optional) and bake in a preheated 450-degree oven. A 6oz tail should be baked for 22 mins.
Contains two lobster tails of 6 ounces each.
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Our South African lobster tails are harvested from the local cold, clean waters off the continent’s coast. Lauded as the premier lobster tail species served around the world, the meat in these plump beauties is succulent and sweet and their mild flavor makes them perfect for “Surf & Turf” dishes served at home.
How to properly defrost frozen seafood: We recommend that all frozen seafood be defrosted by placing product in the refrigerator for 12 to 24 hours depending upon the density. Never force thaw a product by running it under water (hot or cold as it can cook the product). Not only does this reduce the flavor, but it is also a health hazard.