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Mexican Style Lobster BBQ

Ingredients:

One cooked lobster
1 minced garlic clove
1 tablespoon of mixed cilantro
1 lime
1 tablespoon of butter
Salt and pepper to taste

If you’re a lobster purist, you’ll need to cook a fresh lobster first, preferably in a pot of boiling water. Sadly, the lobster must be live when it’s cooked, since dead lobsters can be toxic. Once it’s done, carefully clean your lobster, being extra sure to remove and discard the viscera from the body cavity.

Once you’ve got a cooked, cleaned lobster in play (however you managed it), put your butter, cilantro, garlic, and salt and pepper in a small bowl, then cut the lime in half and squeeze all the juice from one half of the lime into the bowl. Mix thoroughly.

Rub the cooked lobster with this mixture inside and out, then toss the critter onto your hot barbecue grill, cut side down. Let your barbecued lobster cook through and brown a bit before taking it off the grill. This shouldn’t take more than 2-3 minutes

There should be some butter mixture left, so melt it down and serve it with the lobster, along with wedges from the remaining lime half. Easy!

You’ll be licking your fingers and lips in no time, and I guarantee you that preparing (and eating) that lobster barbecue will be one of your more memorable grilling experiences.

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