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Easy Dinner – Lobster Boil

Hey Friends,

I was making some hearty meals this week and decided to make a lobster boil!

Lobster Boil – mmm!

Basically I did the following:

In an 8-quart stock pot with a strainer insert, like the below picture, fill up with about 4.5 quarts of water and set the burner to medium high heat.

Stock Pot!

Next add in the following spices (or suitable substitues) to your water and bring to a boil: 2 tspn salt, 1 tspn Garlic Garlic, 1 tspn Onion Onion, 1 tspn Wahoo Chili spice, 1 tspn Garden Veggie spice, 1 tspn fresh ground pepper, 1/2 tspn fresh ground cinnamon, and 2 tspn Lemon Pepper Olive Oil. Stir well to mix spices up evenly.

Add in your (rinsed and poked with a fork) red potatoes, I did about half of the potatoes from a 3-pound bag. Let come to a boil and simmer, covered, for about 10 minutes.

Next add in your fresh corn on the cob, which I like to chop into thirds for easier sharing and quicker cooking (hey, it works in my head, let me run with it!). Keep this at a steady boil for another 5 minutes. I used 3 ears of corn.

Veggie Boil!

Add in your chicken sausage (5 pieces), or other type of sausage and keep cooking for about 6 minutes. Finally add in your lobster tails – I added 4 for this boil. I recommend using 2 toothpicks per tail to keep them straight while they boil. Past experience speaking there! 😉 Cook about 4-5 more minutes. You may need to poke the sausage with a fork to drain the water if it gets in there while boiling! Just warning!

Drain and serve and enjoy!

Lobster Boil Plate!

Craft You Later,
Beth

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