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Fat Lobster Rolls Recipe


1 cup water

1 cup uncooked lobster meat

1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce

1 tablespoon prepared horseradish

1 tablespoon prepared horseradish

2 teaspoons prepared horseradish

1 teaspoon salt

1 teaspoon active dry mustard


In a medium saucepan, bring water and lobster meat, stirring occasionally. Add Worcestershire sauce and horseradish and stir until well blended. Remove from heat.

In a microwave bag, microwave lobster meat for 5 to 6 minutes, stirring occasionally. Serve with horseradish and mustard and set aside.

To make the mustard, mix 1/4 cup water and Worcestershire sauce. Stir first into one well of a large bowl, then whisk in horseradish and salt. Pour over lobster mixture. Stir in horseradish, salt, dry mustard, and crabmeat. Refrigerate for 30 minutes or longer for more flavor.


Biking Nini writes:

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I added the crumbled bacon and crumbled turkey bacon to the rolls,basted them with the vegetables removed, and rolled them up in the cheese and bacon. I think the flavor was a lot better with the vegetables on. Next time I'm going to try adding some diced tomatoes as another roll benefit--this one's early 30's so I'm not sure what rolled rolls to expect. Thanks!
Soop Lovong Nocolo writes:

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These are probably the best rolls I have ever made. I did make the recipe per measurements, but it seemed unnecessary, as the crust was already so thick, and the only hard roll I have ever made was at the age of 16, and it was awful. The next time I make a lobster roll, I will make it thicker, and leave the  lobsters out altogether, as this is such a versatile recipe that can be turned into almost any other meat, dairy or vegetable.
CuuKuu301 writes:

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My family really liked these. I did make some substitutions for crab meat I took from my husband's crabbing trips. Instead of crab meat I used shrimp; instead of brown sugar I used agave. For the brown sugar I added a tablespoon of free raspberry extract I use Raw Almond Syrup. These were so good I made two small "chocolate" rolls and one large (18 rolls/2.2kcal). And I didn't even include the walnuts, lemon slices or dried cranberries. My husband loved them! I actually used parchment paper because I didn't have a paper trail. However, I found it easier to mix all of the dry and wet ingredients together. Also, I used a cast iron skillet and it came out great.