Top Rated Lobster Recipes

Lobster Wontons
These fried pockets of deliciousness are based on the classic crab rangoons of Chinese takeout menus. They make perfect party appetizers because you can make the wontons ahead (be sure to cover with a damp cloth) and then fry them just before your guests arrive. Click here for more lobster recipes.
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This classic New England style lobster roll recipe is the perfect option for spring and summer nights when you're craving seafood. Traditionally, lobster rolls are served on flat-sided “split top” buns. As these are not ubiquitous, any good quality, fresh hot dog bun will do. And speaking of hot dog buns, the celery salt garnish is a nod to the Chicago-style hot-dog.
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A traditional Cobb Salad will use chicken, bacon and blue cheese -- but this bad boy uses lobster.This recipe is courtesy of Get Maine Lobster.
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4.5
Lobster Mac and Cheese
Buttery lobster meat is the perfect accompaniment to creamy, cheesy elbow macaroni. This dish will easily become a staple on your family's table for holidays and special celebrations.Recipe courtesy of Chef Lance Knowling
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4.5
Lobster and Spinach Dip
This dip recipe adds delicious lobster to a mix of spinach, sour cream, mayo and lemon juice. Enjoy it with crackers, chips or bread.Recipe Courtesy of McCormick  
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4.5
Steak tacos? Forget about it. Chicken tacos? Thank you, next. Shrimp tacos? So yesterday. Once you try these spicy, creamy lobster tacos, you'll never look back.This recipe is courtesy of Get Maine Lobster.
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4.5
I love, love, love lobster. Simply steamed and served with butter, or lightly dressed with mayo and loaded into a toasted hot dog bun that can barely contain it — as long as lobster is on the menu, I'm a happy camper. For this recipe, I turned to the master, Thomas Keller, for inspiration — adapting recipes for creamy lobster broth and butter-poached lobster that are featured in his exquisite French Laundry Cookbook. The result is a rich, incredibly decadent treat, with a flavor to match the amount of work that goes into making it. I recommend serving it in a little cup or bowl as a starter to an elegant meal.
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Lobster Meat
Executive chef Marc Forgione, known for his Chicken Under a Brick at his self-titled restaurant in New York City, offers up a fine, Asian-inspired lobster dish that's a great way to impress a crowd. Try pairing this dish with a nice glass of fruity riesling, which will help temper that hint of spice. Click here to see How to Best Kill a Lobster.
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North River Lobster Company’s Lobster Roll
North River Lobster Company is the largest and only floating lobster shack on the Hudson River, offering fresh lobster accompanied by Manhattan’s scenic skyline. If you can’t make it to Pier 81 to dine with them, you can make your own North River Lobster Roll right at home or have it delivered so you can experience the fresh and flavorful taste of North River Lobster Company in the comfort of your own home.
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Lobster Burger
This is my go-to burger recipe when I'm craving seafood and looking for a quick fix. It's incredibly easy to prepare and also tends to all of those burger lovers out there. Click here for the 10 Seafood Recipes You Can Make in Less Than 15 Minutes 
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Butter Poached Lobster
Hurricane Irene was no joke for lots of people, but huddled up housewatching out on Long Island during the storm, things could have been worse. There was a full fridge, there was power, and there were lobsters. Inspired by Ruth Bourdain's tweet on the #Irene hashtag ("If, like me, you forgot to stock up on butter-poached lobster for #Irene, you're totally f#cking screwed. Per Se is closing for the weekend") I decided to fight the weather with a simple butter poached lobster. You know, some people just don't have their priorities straight. Now, no one's making any claims that you're going to be able to blindfold Thomas Keller and trick him into thinking he's eating his own fare, and there's not much complication to the recipe, but it's pretty damn tasty, and if you can make it during a hurricane, well, you could pretty much make it anywhere. You know?
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3.5
bisque
If you have enough time on your hands for this labor of love, it's well worth it. There's no denying that this is quite an intricate process but it's a very engaging dish to cook and extremely satisfactory when it all comes together in the end. Especially if you have a lovely glass of white wine to enjoy it with!
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