Florida Lobster Tails, or "Bugs"
This is what I do with some of the shrimp, and most of the time the lobsters, or as we call them "Bugs".
Feel free to add more or less ingredients to your steaming water, I never measure, just dump everything in.
4 mediumlobster tails depends on their size how many you need
8 cwater, or enough to steam the lobsters want them above the water
1 largelemon, cut in half
1 largeonion, peeled and quartered
2 mediumcloves garlic
1/2 cwhite wine, whatever you like to drink, for this i like chardonnay
1 to 2 tsphot sauce, more if you like
1 Tbsphot horseradish
1 tspeach salt and pepper
1 tspdill weed
How to Make Florida Lobster Tails, or "Bugs"
- Before you cook the lobster tails, take a sharp knife and cut them to split the shells. Don't cut them in half, just cut them so eating them will be easier when they are cooked
- Put everything in the water except the lobster tails.
Bring the seasoned water to a simmering boil.
- Serve with melted butter.