Launa McNeilly’s Baked Stuffed Lobster

Baked Stuffed Lobster

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My name is Launa McNeilly and I am a writer of three published novels with a fourth due out soon. I was asked to blog about something that I bake and since I am from Maine I decided to share my recipe for Baked Stuffed Lobster. This recipe is not for the faint of heart. PETA will certainly ban me from all of their functions but it’s worth the risk for a meal that you will remember for the rest of your life. I made this meal for my sister and her husband. She took the picture that you see of the finished product.

Stop reading here if you are faint of heart.

Ingredients:

2 live lobsters
2 boiled lobsters, picked
1 cup+ unseasoned breadcrumbs
Butter ( lots of it)

Slice live lobsters down the middle on belly side. Clean out the inside of lobster. You will see the guts that need to be pulled out. Gross, but necessary. Put cleaned out lobsters on an ungreased baking sheet.

Mix cooked lobster, cut up in small chunks, with cup of breadcrumbs, or more, depending on amount of chunk lobster. Stuff the cavity of uncooked lobster and drizzle melted butter over stuffing. Bake at 350 degrees in oven for about 30 min.

Melt butter for dipping lobster meat.

Serve with whatever makes you happy. I used corn on the cob and nothing else since this is a rich and filling dish. I can see lots of different sides with this, as well as different seafood in the stuffing, like scallops, crabmeat, or shrimp. If you can’t decide, put them all in for a seafood stuffing. Yes, later I served dessert, but that is for another blog.

Enjoy this wonderful taste of Maine.

My books can be found on Amazon.com.

Lies in a Season of Tribulation

Touches from the Beyond

The Evil Within

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