Seafood Lovers

My fiancée is a huge fan of seafood plates so when he found out that November is Seafood Month he begged me to cook different seafood dishes all month. While I like seafood as much as the next girl, I don’t love it that much! However, to celebrate this month I’m making one of his favorite dishes Lobster Tails with Kelapo Ghee! Normally this dish is made with butter, but let’s be honest ghee is just gheelicious (Pun intended)!

Lobster Tails with Honey Garlic Ghee

My favorite side dish to make with this is mashed potatoes or even sweet potatoes. The wine and ghee sauce just goes so perfectly with either option.

4 (6oz) lobster tails

½ small onion (cut into 4 wedges)

½ cup of Kelapo Ghee

1/3 cup of white wine

¼ cup of honey

6 large garlic cloves (crushed)

2 teaspoons of fresh lemon juice

1 teaspoon of salt

Black pepper (to taste)

Lemon slices

2 tablespoons of fresh parsley (chopped)

Kelapo Ghee Non-Stick Cooking Spray

Place a rock in the middle of the oven and the oven to preheat the boiler. Grease a baking tray with Kelapo Ghee Spray. Make sure that the lobster tails are thawed out. Next, in a large pan, meltdown the Kelapo Ghee over medium heat. Add the garlic into the pan and sauté until fragrant then add in the white wine. Allow to cook for about 2 to 3 minutes and then reduce the heat. Once reduced add in the honey, lemon juice, salt, and pepper. Whisk it all together until the honey has melted through the ghee and the mixture is well combined. Using sharp kitchen shears, cut the top shell down the center of the back to the end of the tail, leaving the tail fan intact. Make sure to remove the veins or shell shards. Run your fingers between the meat and the shell to loosen it and spread the meat slightly open. Pull and lift the lobster meat off of the bottom of the shell all the while making sure not to pull the tail out completely. Place an onion wedge beneath the meat. To finish up, place the lobster tails, meat side up, on the greased baking sheet and sprinkle eat lobster with salt and pepper. Using half of the sauce, brush over each lobster and serve the remaining for serving. Pop the pan in the oven to broil for 12 to 15 minutes or until the lobster meat is opaque. Finally, garnish with parsley and serve with more sauce and lemon slices.

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