Lobster Savannah

"This dish is a wonderful way to sample the "High-End" of Low Country cuisine."
 
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Ready In:
1hr 30mins
Ingredients:
12
Serves:
8
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ingredients

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directions

  • Remove lobster claws and knuckles, crack them open and reserve meat.
  • Using heavy kitchen shears, cut a long 1 1/2-inch- wide rectangle out of the top of each lobster body, extending from about 2 inches behind eyes to about 1 inch from tail.
  • Keeping body in one piece, carefully pry meat from tail, and set aside.
  • In a large skillet, saute pepper and onion in butter; add mushrooms and flour.
  • Heat half-and-half separately and add gradually to keep consistency smooth.
  • Stir in pimiento, salt and white pepper to taste.
  • Cut lobsters in half; remove meat and cut into small pieces.
  • Add lobster meat and sherry to sauce and heat through.
  • Scoop into lobster shells.
  • Top with grated cheese.
  • Put under oven broiler for a few minutes to brown.

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