Twist off tail and claws from lobsters. There’s always Peking duck with the thin pancakes, a few chicken, beef, and pork dishes, accompanied by an assortment of stir-fried vegetables.The crowning moment of the feast is the lobster dish with the aromatic ginger and leek sauce. Every Christmas, my dad organizes the company holiday party at one of the nicer Chinese restaurants in town. Drizzle egg around edge of mixture, let set, and stir. Steam (you can boil as well if you prefer) the lobster over boiling water for 9 minutes for 2 pounds. https://rasamalaysia.com/lobster-yee-mein-lobster-noodles-recipe Cut lobster in halves and place on a baking sheet. Cut each tail half into 3 equal pieces, giving you 6 total tail meat pieces. You could even use precooked lobster ignoring the lobster cooking instructions. … Take each half and cut off the upper section, separating it from the tail portion (there’s actually quite a bit of meat in that piece). This way the lobster won’t be fully cooked, but only 3/4 way through cooked. Sprinkle 1/2 teaspoon of salt and the flour on lobster. Add scallion and sesame oil. Rinse the lobster, and hold it belly up. Remove guts from lobster head and rinse clean for garnish. Split the lobster lengthwise from the head portion to the end of the tail, so you have two halves. Chinese Recipes Filipino Recipes German Recipes ... You could certainly do this recipe with lobster tails instead of the whole lobster. Cut tails into pieces 1 1/2 inches in length, leaving shells on. For a Chinese variation on the theme, pair your crustacean with a bit of pork and a melange of spices. Using a sieve to sift over makes this easier. Dec 9, 2016 - Explore Chef for Life's board "Lobster Cantonese" on Pinterest. Pound salted black beans and mix with one (1) tablespoon water (or mix together the black bean sauce … It looks like it is time consuming, but it is so easy and worth the effort for a special meal. https://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/lobster-cantonese-236029 Stir in cornstarch. Remove lobster from the steamer and place in a ice water to stop cooking. Mix garlic with black bean mixture in a bowl. Then, prepare your taste buds and your senses for the dizzying assault. Sprinkle 1/2 teaspoon of salt and the flour on lobster. https://cooking.nytimes.com/recipes/1012841-shun-lees-lobster-cantonese This recipe is reprinted with permission from Madame Wong's Long-life Chinese Cookbook. At the bottom of the tail, there is a small opening, stick a long … … Add 1 more minute per half pound. See more ideas about Lobster, Asian recipes, Recipes.