"i have made this recipe 3 times now, and each time I get rave reviews. It is simple and tastes as good as anything you might get at a pricey restaurant. Because one of my family members is lactose intolerant, I substitute a non-dairy margarine for the butter in the baste and this has worked well. I highly recommend this simple - yet tasty - recipe"
"I like this recipe because it is quick and easy to make. We enjoy having a few friends over to grill out in the summer and I like to treat them to lobster tail at least once. This recipe is perfect because we can put the tails on the grill, serve a cocktail, and by the time we finish our drinks they are ready to eat!"
What You Will Need
A utensil that is used to crack open the hard-shelled claws and other parts of a lobster in order to access areas containing meat. This tool is typically formed to the shape of the lobster claw and legs in order to easily grasp the hard surfaced area.
(Scientific Name: Hypomyces lactifluorum) Orange in color, the name for this variety of mushroom is derived from its coloring that is similar to a lobster with the burnt orange outside and white inner meat.