Grilled Lobster Tails are perfect for lunch on a warm summer day. It is quick and easy to make and it is delicious. I love to have grilled lobster tails with a cold glass of lemonade (or Chardonnay, sometimes) – I think that this combination is refreshing.
I made these grilled lobster tails using the freshest lobster tails that I can get my hands on. The seasoning is simple too because I want the taste of lobster to stand out. For this reason, I lightly seasoned the lobster tails with seasoned salt and ground black pepper. I also brushed some butter to add that rich flavor. Lastly, I squeezed half a lime (or lemon) on the grilled lobster tails to make it complete. Easy isn’t it?
Try this Grilled Lobster Tails Recipe. Cheers!
- 4 pieces lobster tails, cleaned
- ½ teaspoon Lawry’s seasoned salt
- ¼ teaspoon ground black pepper
- 1 tablespoon melted butter
- Cooking oil spray (high heat resistant for grilling)
- 2 pieces lime
- Cut open the lobster tail by cutting through the upper shell lengthwise using a pair of kitchen shears. Force the shell to open by pulling the cut sections on opposite directions and then use your hands to slightly pull the lobster meat out to a point that a quarter of it sticks out of the shell.
- Brush the lobster meat with butter. Lightly sprinkle some seasoned salt and ground black pepper.
- Spray cooking oil to the grill and then start to heat-up your grill.
- Grill the lobster tails (cut side down) for 5 to 6 minutes.
- Turn-over the lobster tail and grill the other side for 5 to 7 minutes.
- Remove from the grill. Arrange in a serving plate. Squeeze the lime on top.
- Serve with Chardonnay. Share and enjoy!
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