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How to Cook Pre-Cooked Frozen Lobsters

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author image Leigh Good
Leigh Good has been writing for magazines and newspapers for more than 10 years. Her work has been published in numerous print and online publications. Good has a bachelor's degree in print journalism from Georgia State University.
How to Cook Pre-Cooked Frozen Lobsters
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Lobster is a lean, high-protein seafood packed with omega-3 fatty acids. While fresh lobster can be time-consuming to prepare, frozen lobster keeps for months in your freezer and is ready to cook at any time. You can steam frozen lobster without even having to defrost the meat first. Serve steamed frozen lobster with lemon wedges for drizzling or fresh salsa for topping instead of high-fat melted butter to keep your meal lower in fat and calories.

Step 1

How to Cook Pre-Cooked Frozen Lobsters
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Fill a large pot with water, place the lid on the pot and bring it to a boil over high heat on the stovetop.

Step 2

How to Cook Pre-Cooked Frozen Lobsters
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Dump sea salt into the boiling water.

Step 3

How to Cook Pre-Cooked Frozen Lobsters
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Place the frozen lobsters into the pot and remove the pot from the heat.

Step 4

How to Cook Pre-Cooked Frozen Lobsters
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Let the lobsters sit in the hot water for 10 minutes.

Step 5

How to Cook Pre-Cooked Frozen Lobsters
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Remove the lobsters from the pot and check that the meat in the tail is completely hot before serving.

Step 6

How to Cook Pre-Cooked Frozen Lobsters
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Remove meat from lobster tail and serve it alone or tossed with a healthy, low-fat dressing as a high-protein salad topping.

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