These were good. Ignored Tesco’s cooking instructions. I opted to cut the shell, baste in butter and oven baked. Served on top of a Mac N Cheese as part of my Surf & Turf. And they were delicious and amazingly priced. Tesco you need to continually stock these. Take note.
Happy with these. Assumed they were pre-cooked when I bought them, but finding out they are frozen and raw is even better
I was wary about buying but actually loved them. Easy to prepare for cooking. I sauteed mine as suggested in butter and oil. I also added some finely sliced garlic and a slice of lemon. I will definitely buy again as a treat.
Delicious! but be cautious when cooking
Sooooo tasty and really happy with the price compared to what alternative supermarkets are charging. However, the cooking instructions are far too long for all three methods of cooking. You will have to constantly keep an eye on the tails while they’re cooking when following these instructions, to ensure they don’t go rubbery. I would still recommend as they had great flavour and were a good looking accompaniment to my dish.
I cooked the tails in boiling water just enough wa
I cooked the tails in boiling water just enough water to cover them I added the juice of half a small lemon. I kept an eye on them as tesco's cooking instructions are too long. I drained the tails and cut down them. I served with mixed leaf spicy salad leaves and Lemon, Dill sauce easily made with black pepper ground and a little salt. Lemon wedges of course YUM!
Good but be very carefull when cooking!
Not bad quality. I butter poached the tails in half a block of butter. Using a temperature probe, I did NOT take the lobster above 65 deg C. You cannot overcook otherwise you will end up with tough meat. Great for 2 starters, or to stretch them in a cream sauce with linguini and crunchy salad.