Fried Lobster

Jim Decker


I worked for an Oil tycoon in Dallas and my Job was to create food no one else had eaten. This is one of them.


★★★★★ 1 vote

2 serving
20 Min
25 Min


  • 2 medium
    split lobster tails shell off
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    flour for dredging
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    chef's special egg wash 1 egg, 2 tbsp mayo, 2 tbsp honey mixed well
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    bread crumbs or panko for coating
  • 4 oz
    softened cream cheese
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    salt and pepper to taste

How to Make Fried Lobster


  1. Place a cut in the half lobster tail cut close to center. Fill the cut in lobster with cream cheese. Dredge the lobster in flour, then in the Chefs special egg wash. Be sure flour is covered with the egg wash. Then press in the panko into the lobster firmly. It will keep the crumbs from coming off. Drop fry at 325 degrees to a golden brown.

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About Fried Lobster

Course/Dish: Fish Seafood

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