One of the juiciest, most flavorful lobster tails you will ever taste. This is one of the best baked cajun garlic butter lobster tail recipes. So quick and easy to make. If you have a date or planning on cooking something that looks fancy but only takes about 15 to 20 minutes to get on the table! Look no further. I have you covered.
How to cut lobster tails?
I have a full post on how to cut lobster tails? How to thaw lobster tails? You will find that cutting lobster tails is easy when you follow along with this post.
How to make Cajun garlic butter sauce?
This Cajun butter sauce can be melted or left as is. I started this recipe off with softened butter. Add in the butter, then place in the rest of the ingredients and mix. That’s it. Now, brush over your lobster tails and place them in the oven. I promise you will have an extremely easy lobster tail recipe.
How to cook lobster tails?
This lobster tail recipe calls for them to be placed in the oven. I know that some people like grilled lobster tails, but I prefer them baked. Enough of my babbling. Let’s make lobster tails. The first thing you would need to do is make your Cajun garlic butter sauce. Next, cut your lobster tails. Once you have done so. Add the mixture onto the lobster tails. Place in the oven for 15-20 minutes. Lastly, add my roasted Parmesan broccoli as a side and you are good to go.
Tips for lobster tails:
Don’t overseason your lobster tails. A small amount of seasoning on lobster tails will be ok. Lobster tails have a flavor of their own. You don’t need to add as many seasonings as you must have with other meat.
However, if you love this seafood recipe, you will love my stuffed lobster tails, oven-baked lobster tails, and seafood boil.
October 5, 2021