3 Reviews

It was a really nice option for lobster. I also used salted butter, so I did only a pinch, however my guests thought it still needed a bit more salt. I did add a pinch of garlic powder and everyone agreed it was nice and light, a contrast to the steak I served it with. The only change was instead of grilling, I placed the lobster in the oven and broiled at high, and kept it there for 14 minutes. Thanks for sharing!

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Spacemonkey December 31, 2009

Really simple, very very good! I didn't have any unsalted butter so used salted butter but omitted the kosher salt. The tangerine gives a great citrus flavor without being as overpowering as lemon would be. The idea of using a skewer to stop curling is so good I don't know why I didn't think of it before! The sauce is also great over BBQ vegetables.

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Peter J October 02, 2006

My family loved these lobster tails. They were very easy to make & they tasted fabulous. I have the Weber cookbook & I have made many things out of the book & they have all been really good. I highly recommend this recipe.

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kim in Manitoba July 24, 2006
Tangerine Lobster Tails