What Sauces Go Best with Lobster?

What Sauces Go Best with Lobster?There’s nothing like delicious, fresh Maine lobster. In fact, you might even be craving it right now! But what sauces should you pair with this delectable seafood treat? From classic to experimental, lobster is the perfect protein for a variety of dishes. Read on for a few great ideas.

Go classic

Classic French lobster thermidor will impress any guest. If it’s a diet “cheat day” for you, try the richly indulgent original, which includes brandy, egg yolk, mustard and cheese. If you’re looking for an everyday indulgence without the calories, try a thermidor-infused butter with white wine, Dijon mustard, lemon, paprika and Parmesan cheese.

Try something new

An Asian-style sauce can also work as long as you don’t overwhelm the tender flavors of the lobster with too much chili or ginger. Try a simple sauce of rice wine vinegar, soy sauce, and a dash of ginger and sugar.

Life of the party

Serving lobster at your next get-together? Dipping sauces make a great choice for lobster, whether you serve it room temperature, warm or chilled. Go for an herbed lemon sauce with olive oil, lemon, salt and fresh herbs, a spicy tomato-jalapeno with ketchup, jalapeno and balsamic vinegar, or a Thai-style sauce with soy sauce, sugar, fresh lime juice and sesame oil. Why not try all three?

Hungry for lobster yet? Cape Porpoise Lobster Co. offers top-quality lobster and other seafood delights, which can be at your door in as little as 24 hours! We include free overnight shipping with every order. Call 1-800-967-4268 today, and get cooking!

Written by Cape Porpoise Lobster Co.

Cape Porpoise Lobster Co.

When put quite simply: Cape Porpoise Lobster Company is the best of the best when it comes to quality seafood. In picturesque Cape Porpoise, Maine, in the village of Kennebunkport lies Cape Porpoise Pier. The Pier is an active fishing port; our people can be found right in the middle of all of this activity. It is in this port where we buy our lobsters, shrimp, mussels, and other fresh seafood–directly from the fishermen at the pier.

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