As you known, lobster is considered to be one of the most expensive and luxurious food in the world. Lobster is also a kind of seafood that has a lot of important nutrients, including protein, vitamins, especially Omega-3 in lobster is very good for health.
Because of its expensiveness, people often use it for special occasions such as anniversaries, wedding party, buffet, … Thus, not everyone has a chance to taste the dishes of lobster.
So, what about you? Have you ever tasted lobster? Do you want to try eating lobster? Are you wondering about what does lobster taste like? Read this article to get more information.
What is Lobster?
Lobster is a common name of large sea shrimp species. Lobster is characterized by a long body, and a muscular tail and most of these lobsters have a pair of big and powerful claws. It has an average weight of 20 pounds, some larger lobsters can be up to 26.5 pounds.
These species live under the sea in a strict living condition. They are a very valuable seafood. Therefore, the exploitation and farming of lobster plays an important economic role and often be one of the most profitable commodities in coastal areas in these countries of distribution.
Is lobster Affordable to Buy?
The price of lobster depends on the place and the time you buy it. For example, if you buy lobster in a landlocked city, the price of lobster will definitely be high. In the contrary, you can buy lobster at a good price if the place you buy is in the coastal towns.
Besides, you can affordably buy it if the harvest is good. The better the harvest, the cheaper it is.
What Does Lobster Taste Like?
You may want to know the taste of lobster before going to buy it. I think you’re right because we’re all afraid for the first time to buy anything. What if the taste of lobster is not good? What if you don’t really like it? Don’t worry because I will help you find out what the exact taste of lobster.
The lobster meat is always considered to be the king of seafood. You can taste the sweetness of the meat and also hear the crispness of the tendon fibers. Once you try it, you will feel the taste is very rich.
In the winter, the lobster is full of roe. The roe is in the back of lobster and tastes fatty. When you eat lobster, you can see its chewy but also soft texture. If need a word to describe the taste of lobster, I will say "heavenly".
Moreover, the taste of lobster is also based on how you cook it. There are thousands of recipes to cook lobster. The simplest dish to cook is grilled lobster. You can grill it with garlic, lemongrass, butter … If you grill the lobster, the texture will be slightly dry, but its smell is very nice and the flavor is fabulous.
If you boil lobster, it will keep intact the original flavor of lobster. It will be sweet, fresh and briny – which make you reminisce about the sea. The steamed lobster is very sweet, soft and juicy, while the fried lobster is crispy that will be loved by all kids.
And there so many other ways to cook lobster. You can make lobster rolls, lobster pizza, lobster pasta, chilled lobster salad, … No matter how you cook it, surely you won’t feel like eating any other kinds of seafood once you try lobster.
Things to Take Notes
- If you intend to buy lobster, choose the fresh one.
- Buy frozen lobster is also a good idea, you still can enjoy the high-quality dish, while the price is much cheaper.
- You should not eat lobster if you are allergic to seafood.
- Fishes and shrimps contain a lot of Omega-3 which is very good for our health. You should eat them at least 2 times a week.
- Since lobster is so strong, it may hard for you to do the processing. Here is the helpful video I found that could help you. Click to watch it.
Even my post has described the taste of lobster, I think you still need to taste it at least once. I’m sure you’re gonna love it.
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