This lobster salad is a lovely refreshing meal or side salad for Spring or Summer!


Ingredients (serves 6 | makes 6 individual salads (as pictured))

  • 6 crayfish/lobster
  • 100 mls lime juice
  • 150 grams butter (cubed)
  • 1.5 teaspoons chopped chives

Method

  1. Cut down underside of tail to remove lobster meat from shell. You can either cut it in half ,and leave whole, or slice into medallions.
  2. Place lime juice in small saucepan and bring slowly to the boil over low heat.
  3. Using a wire whisk add butter cube by cube until all are melted.
  4. Add chives and combine well.
  5. Taste and season with salt and pepper.
  6. Arrange salad ingredients of choice on plate and add lobster.
  7. Drizzle with lime butter and serve immediately.

Notes... This is a quick and easy recipe that tastes so great the whole family will love it! I've even served it at dinner parties and it's always a hit! You can slice the lobster into medallions for a more sophisticated look!

  • A lobster dish that is perfect for date night.

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  • This assumes you have bought a cooked crayfish/lobster. Try starting from scratch and the crayfish/lobster will be so much better if you cook it yourself.

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  • My mouth is watering looking at this delicious meal!

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  • This is a delicious salad Thank you

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  • Wow this looks so yummy.

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  • Wow this looks a bit special. Thanks for the recipe

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  • This looks ridiculously good

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  • Now that is more to my liking as opposed to mussels.

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  • Since moving from SA to WA, the main thing I miss is the Southern Rock Lobsters (oh, and fruchocs hehehe)

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  • Looks delicious – can you substitute other kinds of fish for the lobster?

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  • Crayfish and lobster are one in the same so I have been told! lol!!! This is a lovely dish nevertheless!

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  • lobster salas kool

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  • I adore crayfish or lobster!

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  • Kids will love this, they love seafood, will have to cook something else for mum and dad to eat tho

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  • Looks easy to do! Hoping to try this one of these days.

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