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This was pretty good--I loved the topping! Next time I make it I think I'll cut down on the amount of melted butter that's poured over the lobster. I'm also going to try adding a little bit of garlic powder to the melted butter.
Oh my gosh!!!!!! This was DELICIOUS in every sense of the word. My hubby thought we were dining out at the Red Lobster...only this was better! This one is a keeper for sure. Next time I make this however I will cut down on the amount of melted butter and add some garlic to it. Thank you so much for this one!
I served this at a recent ladies' luncheon in very small ramekins as a side dish with a wonderful steak salad submitted by Linda on this website. I felt the dish might be too rich for large servings. My ramekins held about 1/4 cup which was just perfect for the ladies. I reduced the amt of melted butter poured over the lobster by half after reading other reviews. Even the gals that hate to cook took this recipe home with them.My group gave you 14 thumbs up Gina. Way to go!
Wonderful recipe! I cut the recipe in hlaf & then divided teh lobster among two large ramekins. I topped the lobtser w/ chopped garlic (did give it a quick saute in EVOO) & Old Bay. I was out of bread crumbs so I whirled up stuffing mix in my food processor. Loved teh extra flavor the seasonings in it added! I strted off our Valentine's dinner w/ Chambord Spritzers Deep Fried Camembert w/ Raspberry sauce (from allrecipes) served w/ apple slices. Then for dinner we had Raspberry Cocktail Sauce w/ Chilled Shrimp (again from allrecipe) this excellent lobster dish & white wine steamed asparagus w/ Chocolate Cherry Heart Cakes for dessert. It was a fabulous dinner...very fitting for the holiday. Thansk for your contribution Gina Owens-Stanley!
Gilding the lily personally. I thought the lobster flavor was smothered by the ingredients. A bit too rich and oily for my taste. But matter of personal taste there was nothing objectionable to the mingling of flavors. I would adjust proportions though. Butter amount could probably be reduced significantly without affecting the dish. Maybe it could be spooned onto portobella mushrooms for a fancy appetizer presentation?
Just awful. So full of fat and calories my clients refused it. Lobster is rich on its own so the additional calories and fat is unnecessary and plain gross. To ad hundreds of excessive calories in the form of butter didn't improve the dryness either. This recipe is not for the health conscious person but one who has no concern for health or appearance. I swear my thighs turned into tree trunks just tasting the sampler. Dry meat floating in fat makes an unattractive dish that even a glutton couldn't stomach. Don't waste the lobster on this recipe.
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