Lobster Meat 320g Tub

£29.95

Canada
Frozen
Cooked
Wild
New

320g

Lobster is one of the world’s most popular foods. It is one of the most widely consumed shellfish species. Lobster is also served in a variety of cuisines and can be served in restaurants worldwide. It has a unique taste that is inspired by both the sea and the land.

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Pure and plain, but oh so tasty, is our pre-cooked and shucked lobster meat. For home cooks, it’s a scrumptious mix of knuckle and pincer versatile enough to incorporate into several delicious recipes. The meat is soft, plump, juicy, and distinctly lobster, and it comes from our finest Natural hard-shell lobsters. Lobster meat is a luxurious commodity and useful for the cook. It can be found in the Atlantic, Pacific, and Mediterranean Oceans, often in coastal waters.

What Does Lobster Taste Like?

Lobster meat has a delicate flavour and is smooth, mildly chewy, and moist. The meat is similar in size and texture to that of other shellfish. Lobster has a flavour that is similar to crab, but it is more delicate and sweeter. It doesn’t have the fishy odour of the crab.

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Responsibly-Sourced Lobster

Our lobsters are wild-caught and harvested sustainably. Our helpful team at Frozen Fish Direct manages our seafood products, allowing the unique flavour of the seafood to shine through while maintaining high-quality standards. Our employees are passionate about the source of our seafood and our sustainable policies and product quality, and they are committed to giving you the best food experience. By eating fish and seafood only that has been harvested in ecologically sustainable ways, you will be helping future generations by conserving our marine ecosystems and by refusing to put them in danger.

Frozen Lobster Recipe

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Why do lobsters turn red?

The dramatic color change during cooking has to do with the way certain biochemicals inside the shellfish react to heat. Lobsters and crabs have a pigment called astaxanthin in their shells. Astaxanthin is a carotenoid pigment: absorbing blue light and appearing red, orange or yellow in color.

Which is the best lobster?

we only buy and ship Maine and Canadian lobster tails from the cold-waters of the North Atlantic ocean. Full of sweet, tender lobster meat, cold-water Maine lobster tails are the most coveted tails in the world. Cold water lobster is prized above all other species for its sweet, briny richness.