Here’s a re-post from last winter. If you are looking to ring in the New Year with some tasty lobster claws, but don’t quite know what to do with them this is for you . . .
What to Do With Frozen Lobster Claws
If you were too spontaneous to have time to defrost them
-increase cook time to 30 minutes
-open the top of the foil and cook an additional 10 – 15 minutes to cook off excess water.
Happy Valentine’s Day!!! We had our celebration a day early and while grocery shopping I came across frozen Lobster Claws. I bought them thinking I could just Google directions on how to serve them. No luck. If you see them, buy them. They are so yummy and here’s how to prepare them. It took me two tries to perfect this.
Previously Frozen Lobster Claws (with arms)
- Defrost completely
- Heat oven to 400 degrees
- Bundle claws together and wrap in aluminum foil
- Place on cookie sheet and bake for 10 minutes
- Shells should be pink when they come out
…then drink Shakeology for breakfast the next 7 days :).
p.s. Where to buy lobster claws? Most grocery stores have them in the frozen section. I found mine and Costco. They have them with the frozen seafood, but if you’re lucky, you’ll find some that they have already thawed in the refrigerated seafood section. Less time for you and they cost less, added bonus!