How to Make Lobster Dishes that Scream Halloween

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The chill of fall is in the air with pumpkins popping up on porches and the spirit of the season creeping all around us. While Halloween festivities are taking a social pause this year, it’s the perfect time to put your cauldron to wickedly good use.

Scary Good Lobster Fettuccine

Get ready to crack some claws for this delicious twist on a classic dish. Use some hocus pocus on your lobster fettuccine by swapping traditional fettuccine pasta for a squid ink alternative. This will give the dish its black pasta trick, but don’t worry the treat is still to come.

For this spell, or recipe, bring your cauldron to a bubbling boil because the scream of fresh lobster is how to guarantee a devilishly good meal. If fresh lobster is a difficult treat to find don’t worry, it’s not a trick and will only take a click for Lobster Anywhere to be at your door.

While the lobster is on route, put on your favorite chef costume and get the rest of the ingredients that you’ll need ready to go. To have this dish make you cackle with joy, these other ingredients are a must:

  • Lemons
  • Extra-virgin olive oil
  • Large yellow onion
  • Garlic cloves
  • Dry white wine, or whine for ghosts
  • Whole canned tomatoes
  • Butter
  • Heavy cream
  • Black fettuccine
  • Salt and pepper
  • Parsley for garnish
  • Grated parmesan for garnish

A quick tip, when preparing this dish, always boil the lobster first. This will give the cooked lobster enough time to cool so it can be handled, without burning your hands, before moving on to prepare the pasta and sauce portions of the meal.

Angry Lobster Torn Apart and Tasty

It’s no secret that this dismembered dish, like all prepared lobster, will taste best with fresh ingredients. After all, the lobster only becomes angry after realizing it was invited to be, not attend dinner.

With Lobster Anywhere delivering Maine’s finest crustaceans right to your front door, angry lobster will be frightfully easy to make. With a bit of Halloween magic on your side, chances are the other ingredients needed for this tasty treat are already in your kitchen.

This recipe is perfect for anyone that likes to cook simple but eat gourmet, so it’s only fit that the ingredients are eerily easy to procure. Once you have your live lobster, trick or treat around the kitchen for these other ingredients:

  • Extra-virgin olive oil
  • Ground pepper
  • Garlic cloves
  • Fresh basil
  • Rosemary sprigs
  • Crushed red pepper
  • Dry white wine

With all the ingredients set to go, make sure your cauldron is filled and ready to bring to a boil. Now grab a chef’s knife to start chopping into this terrifyingly fun, angry lobster recipe.

Being home on Halloween may be a change but cooking lobster will take things from grim to great. Best of all, you can use the leftover lobster claw shells to make a spooky centerpiece for when you serve up your frighteningly delish dish. Boo appetite!

Heather Breese
Heather Breese is a qualified writer who fell in love with creativity and became a specialist creator and writer, focused on readers and market need.

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