I’ve got a confession — I have never had a lobster roll. Lobster roll’s aren’t something you see in a small prairie city like Saskatoon. But of course, having watched more then enough Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives, I’ve seen and drooled over a lobster roll or two (or ten)! Feeling rather deprived, while also having leftover lobster in my fridge, I knew it was time to change my sad lobster roll-less existence. It was simple, easy and delicious. I only hope I can taste a fresh Maine lobster roll one day to know true bliss!
Prep Time: 5 mins
Cook Time: 5 mins
1 thick slice of french bread
¼ cup chopped lobster meat
1 Tbsp mayonnaise
1 tsp chopped green onion
1 Tbsp chopped celery
3 cherry tomatoes (quartered)
A few drops of lemon juice (to taste)
Salt & pepper to taste
1. Get a pan and put on medium heat.
2. Cut a thick slice of french bread (about an 1 1/2 thick), then cut 3/4 down the middle of the slice, forming a bun.
3. Generously butter the outside of of bread, frying both sides in the pan until golden brown.
4. In a bowl mix lobster, mayo, green onion, celery and tomatoes. Add in lemon juice, salt & pepper to taste.
5. Place leaf of romaine lettuce in the center of your roll.
6. Place lobster filling into your bread and enjoy!
Carlene and Bob Deutscher are the dynamic sibling duo behind BS’ in the Kitchen. While Carlene leans towards the sweeter side of things, baking up delicious desserts, you can count on Bob to cook up something savoury! Aside from blogging on BS’ in the Kitchen, Carlene works in marketing & communications, and sidelines as a lifestyle & wedding photographer, while Bob operates his own media company, with a focus on food photography, and videography! Carlene and Bob Deutscher are part of the Lifestyle Blog Network family.