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Recipe for Beer-Battered Bay Lobster Rolls

Recipe for Beer-Battered Bay Lobster Rolls

Today we are sharing these tasty Bay Lobster Rolls from our friends at Australian Bay Lobster Producers, made up of some world-class lobster tails, delicious slaw and a dill pickle mayonnaise.

Today we are sharing these tasty Bay Lobster Rolls from our friends at Australian Bay Lobster Producers, made up of some world-class lobster tails, delicious slaw and a dill pickle mayonnaise.

Ingredients

4 Medium or Large Bay Lobster tails4 Brioche buns (Long)

¼ White cabbage – finely shredded¼ Bunch parsley2tbs Toasted sesame seeds2 Spring onions – finely slicedKewpie Mayonnaise

2 dill pickles – finely diced1 limeBlack pepperSalt

¾ Cup plain flour¼ Cup Corn flour1tsp Baking powder1 Cup Cold beer – More if required – We used Black Hops Send It.

Method:

Slaw1. Combine the finely sliced cabbage, spring onions, toasted sesame seeds, parsley and 2 tbsp of kewpie mayonnaise – mix well and refrigerate.

Pickle Mayonnaise1. Finely dice 2 dill pickles, and combine with 1/2 cup kewpie mayonnaise and the juice of ½ a lime. Add Freshly cracked black pepper and stir to combine.

Beer Battered Bug tails

  1. Combine the dry ingredients, then whisk in the beer. Continue to whisk gently until the consistency of the mixture is thick but still fluid – avoid over-whisking.
  2. Heat oil to 180c. Drench the bug tails in the batter mixture – Using a fork,  quickly transfer the battered tail into the oil. If you hold the battered tail a few seconds in the oil before letting it rest at the bottom, this will prevent the batter from sticking to the pot or deep fryer elements. (Seal the batter)
  3. Fry for 4-6 minutes or until the batter is a light golden colour. Remove from the oil and transfer to a paper towel. Salt and rest for a few minutes.
  4. Slice the brioche bun and toast lightly.
  5. Construct the bun – Slaw, bug, pickle mayonnaise.Serve with a cheek of lime and seasoned shoestring fries. Cold beer is highly encouraged.
Recipe for Beer-Battered Bay Lobster Rolls
recipe-for-beer-battered-lobster-rolls

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Recipe for Beer-Battered Bay Lobster Rolls

Recipe for Beer-Battered Bay Lobster Rolls

Today we are sharing these tasty Bay Lobster Rolls from our friends at Australian Bay Lobster Producers, made up of some world-class lobster tails, delicious slaw and a dill pickle mayonnaise.

Today we are sharing these tasty Bay Lobster Rolls from our friends at Australian Bay Lobster Producers, made up of some world-class lobster tails, delicious slaw and a dill pickle mayonnaise.

Ingredients

4 Medium or Large Bay Lobster tails4 Brioche buns (Long)

¼ White cabbage – finely shredded¼ Bunch parsley2tbs Toasted sesame seeds2 Spring onions – finely slicedKewpie Mayonnaise

2 dill pickles – finely diced1 limeBlack pepperSalt

¾ Cup plain flour¼ Cup Corn flour1tsp Baking powder1 Cup Cold beer – More if required – We used Black Hops Send It.

Method:

Slaw1. Combine the finely sliced cabbage, spring onions, toasted sesame seeds, parsley and 2 tbsp of kewpie mayonnaise – mix well and refrigerate.

Pickle Mayonnaise1. Finely dice 2 dill pickles, and combine with 1/2 cup kewpie mayonnaise and the juice of ½ a lime. Add Freshly cracked black pepper and stir to combine.

Beer Battered Bug tails

  1. Combine the dry ingredients, then whisk in the beer. Continue to whisk gently until the consistency of the mixture is thick but still fluid – avoid over-whisking.
  2. Heat oil to 180c. Drench the bug tails in the batter mixture – Using a fork,  quickly transfer the battered tail into the oil. If you hold the battered tail a few seconds in the oil before letting it rest at the bottom, this will prevent the batter from sticking to the pot or deep fryer elements. (Seal the batter)
  3. Fry for 4-6 minutes or until the batter is a light golden colour. Remove from the oil and transfer to a paper towel. Salt and rest for a few minutes.
  4. Slice the brioche bun and toast lightly.
  5. Construct the bun – Slaw, bug, pickle mayonnaise.Serve with a cheek of lime and seasoned shoestring fries. Cold beer is highly encouraged.
Recipe for Beer-Battered Bay Lobster Rolls
recipe-for-beer-battered-lobster-rolls

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