Only the finest seafood meets The Kansas City Steak Company’s high standards. So we know you’ll appreciate these sweet, firm Lobster Tails - harvested from the ice cold Atlantic waters of the Northeast.
We love them on their own, smothered in our flavored butters
. Or even better – try them paired with our famous Filet Mignons
. Already tried them? We’d love to hear what you think.
Great for grilling, baking, or boiling
Vacuum-sealed to protect taste
2 per vacuum sealed packaged
Product of USA
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Preparing Lobster Tails
Baked - Thaw tails in refrigerator. Split the shell through the center using a sharp knife. Pull shell apart slightly. Place the tails, split side up, in a pan with 1 inch of water. Put 1 tsp. butter on each tail. Sprinkle each tail with 1 tsp. paprika. Bake in 350-degree oven until meat is solid white.
Boiled - Place frozen tails in enough boiling water to cover them completely. Boil until shells turn orange-red and meat is solid white. If desired, serve with melted or drawn butter.
Do these lobster tails arrive frozen?
Thank you for contacting us! Our lobster tails do arrive frozen. If you have any further questions feel free to submit more questions or contact us at 1-800-524-1844, Monday through Friday from 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM.
Date published: 2014-11-12
*The Kansas City Steak Company has carefully selected a wine partner, the Global Wine Company, located at 1401 Los Gamos Dr. #230, San Rafael, CA 94903, to operate our wine program. Your wine purchase will be a separate transaction from your purchases on The Kansas City Steak Company website and call center, and will ship separately with respective tax and shipping/processing charges applied. Wine can be purchased only by adults 21 years and older. See shipping information on our website for states served. The Kansas City Steak Company promotions are not valid on wine purchases. The Kansas City Steak Company gift cards may not be redeemed for wine purchases.
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