Creamed Lobster

Bring the flavor of Nova Scotia to your  dinner table! Creamed lobster is a beloved dish originating from the Yarmouth region of  the province.

Yarmouth is a cornerstone of Canada’s lobster industry, famed for its exceptionally rich fishing grounds. It should come as no surprise that the people of Yarmouth are experts in showcasing this beloved icon  of Atlantic Canada.

Melt butter in a skillet over medium-low heat. Once the butter is sizzling, add the lobster meat.

1. Cook the lobster in butter.

Increase the heat and sauté the lobster until some pieces are golden and crispy. Add vinegar to the pan and cook until the vinegar’s sharp pungency has softened.

2. Add white vinegar.

Pour the cream into the pan. Stir the lobster, then season it with a large pinch of salt and some freshly cracked black pepper.

3. Pour in 35% cream.

Let the sauce gently bubble until it leaves a track in the pan, about 2 to 3 minutes. Serve immediately.

4. Reduce the sauce.

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