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Grilled Rock Lobster Tails

The amounts listed are for 2 tails but you can easily double the ingredients. Since I really don't even bother measuring, the amounts listed are only estimated to what I am guessing that I use, it really doesn't matter if the amounts are not exact. You can use fresh garlic in place of garlic powder but I find that fresh garlic will burn on the grill.

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directions

  • Set grill to high heat.
  • In a small bowl mix the lemon juice with oil, then add in salt, paprika, pepper and garlic powder; whisk until well combined (you can also mix this on a blender or processor).
  • Split the lobster tails lengthwise using a large sharp knife.
  • Brush the flesh side tail with the marinade.
  • Lightly oil the grill plate.
  • Place the tails flesh side down on grill.
  • Cook for about 10-12 minutes brushing frequently with marinade.
  • Discard any remaining marinade.
  • Lobster is done when opaque in colour and firm to the touch.
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"The amounts listed are for 2 tails but you can easily double the ingredients. Since I really don't even bother measuring, the amounts listed are only estimated to what I am guessing that I use, it really doesn't matter if the amounts are not exact. You can use fresh garlic in place of garlic powder but I find that fresh garlic will burn on the grill."
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  1. Rae76
    I've used this recipe numerous times. Easy & tasty!
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  2. Kittencalrecipezazz
    The amounts listed are for 2 tails but you can easily double the ingredients. Since I really don't even bother measuring, the amounts listed are only estimated to what I am guessing that I use, it really doesn't matter if the amounts are not exact. You can use fresh garlic in place of garlic powder but I find that fresh garlic will burn on the grill.
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