It wouldn’t be summer without lobster. And with August being National Lobster Month, there’s no better time to enjoy them. While they have a reputation for their upscale price tag, you can enjoy lobster rolls at home for a fraction of the cost. Making lobster rolls actually stretches the lobster meat quite a bit, so instead of buying six lobsters for six people, you can get away with only three lobsters for the same group. Rather than buying the lobster meat pre-cooked and shelled, buy a few lobsters and cook them up yourself. Once you’ve got your lobster meet cooked, shelled, and broken into bite sized pieces, just mix it with a few simple ingredients, toast up a split top roll with lots of butter, and you’re in business.
To view the recipe, visit Robyn Moreno’s site.