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How to Make Lobster Sliders

How to Make Lobster Sliders

Let the slider buns be your canvas for this football food favorite. Not only are sliders universally loved, fun, and easy, but many versions are also a great make ahead allowing you to not miss any big plays. There is nothing complicated about building the ultimate lobster sliders. With a little planning ahead and prep, this is sure to become a new tradition come kickoff season. 

  • Total Time: 25 minutes
  • Yield: 8

Ingredients

  • Lobster Meat All preparations of lobster will work for lobster sliders. Pick what fits the flavor profile you are going for. Steamed lobster will offer up the purest lobster flavor while butter poached lobster will allow you to create the perfect Connecticut lobster roll inspired slider. You can also use the lobster infused butter to drizzle on your rolls.
  • Toppings – Whether you’re keeping it fresh with crisp butter lettuce or adding slices of seared steak, always make sure to keep the lobster meat the star. Don’t forget that squeeze of lemon or confetti of lime zest!
  • Condiments – From melted butter and compound butter to a light caress of good mayonnaise, have fun picking your favorite accents for these lobster sliders.
  • Slider Buns – Brioche slider buns will give you that classic lobster roll flavor. However, everyone loves a Hawaiian slider bun. The sweetness will complement the natural sweetness of the lobster meat.

Instructions

  1. First Quarter: Decide on what kind of lobster slider you want to make. This will guide your shopping list and also help you decide on what kind of lobster to purchase. All of our lobster is shipped within 24 hours. With the exception of live lobster, all other lobster will be shipped frozen making it easy and convenient to prepare for the big day ahead of time.
  2. Second Quarter: A day before game day, take your lobster out of the freezer and allow it to defrost gently in the refrigerator.
  3. Halftime: What portion of your sliders can you prepare ahead of time? Ingredients such as bacon or Maine style lobster salad can be prepped the morning of. This will get you out of the kitchen and in front of the TV, cold beer in hand with your guests.
  4. Third Quarter: Cook up any component of your lobster sliders that is best served warm. Whether its butter poaching claw and knuckle meat or grilling up a steak.
  5. Fourth Quarter: Hopefully the score isn’t stacked against your team as you stack up your sliders. Whether you decide to create a slider bar and let everyone create their own masterpiece or build them all yourself, this is the final play that will have your scoring a touchdown. Don’t forget the rest of the team lineup with your Cape Cod chips and craft brews.
 
  • Author: Lobster Louie
  • Prep Time: 15
  • Cook Time: 10
  • Category: Entree
  • Method: Poaching
  • Cuisine: American

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