Lobster Pie

Recipe by Lynie
READY IN: 45mins




  • Break up cooked lobster meat.
  • I like to have mine broken rather small, again, you be the judge.
  • You can't really mess this recipe up.
  • Lay the meat in the bottom of a glass pan, the lobster should cover the bottom of the pan.
  • I have also made this in those individual little thingies you make onion soup in, this is nice if you are having company.
  • Pour some melted butter on top of the lobster.
  • Just enough to coat it a little.
  • At this point is when I usually start to pick at the lobster, You know: One for the pan, one for me!
  • TRY not to do this, it really is better if you have a nice amount of lobster at the bottom of the dish!
  • Pour some Half& Half over the meat next.
  • The milk should come just about half way up the meat, not cover it.
  • Don't worry if you think you have poured too much, it will be okay.
  • I did this once and looked like an idiot at the sink trying to pour out some milk while keeping the lobster in!
  • It will all work out in the end, promise!
  • Put in the oven at 350 for about 15 minutes.
  • While this is cooking you can make the crust.
  • Super easy.
  • Just crush up the crackers, right in a frying pan.
  • Use the back of a big spoon, as fine as you like em.
  • I don't make mine super fine, just kinda crushed.
  • Then add whats left of the stick of butter.
  • You can add more if you think it is too dry.
  • Throw in the garlic and parsley.
  • Cook over low heat just to let the butter melt.
  • Stir it all together so the crackers get nice and coated.
  • Spread this evenly over the lobster.
  • Push it down a bit so that it can absorb the liquid in the pie.
  • Set back in the oven for about 5 minutes.
  • Let it sit on the counter for a couple minutes, just to set up and cool a bit.
  • And then enjoy!
  • That was sure a lot of typing for such an easy recipe, but it is worth it.
  • One of my favorie things to make and to eat!