These rolls were very flavorful. Prep time was a bit consuming, only because of the extra time to cook and clean the lobsters. I halved the recipe and used 2 1lb. lobsters. This produced exactly 2 overstuffed sandwiches. Also, used a splash more cayenne and onions than called for. Served on fresh made buns with a side Strawberry-Basil Balsamic Salad. Very tasty!!
aeroncaskb Posted: 05/23/09
bschwarz Posted: 05/20/10
This was excellent very easy and quick to make. I used lobster flavored seafood instead of real lobster. Came out great! 7 year old. Served with fresh strawberries and white wine.
Ltoeat Posted: 06/08/09
This is a good summer treat. I used shrimp since lobster is so expensive (2 lb uncooked with shell). I had tried another recipe, which asked for more yogurt and it was too tangy. This recipe was not tangy enough, so for the next time I will use 1/4 Cup mayonnaise and 1/4 Cup Greek yogurt.
WendeM Posted: 06/14/09
These were delicious!!! I cut the recipe in half but didn't make any other changes. Don't omit the fresh dill or grilling the buns as directed. This was better than the lobster roll I just had in Massachusetts! A definite keeper!
No Longer Registered Posted: 06/04/09
This receipe was delicious, even with a few changes. To cut costs, I subbed 1 pound shrimp. To cut fat, I used 2% fat greek yogurt. Red onion also added a little color. The recipe is extremely simple and quick if you don't have to shell the lobster or peel and devein the shrimp. Would be a great summer lunch! Served with a spinach, goat cheese, strawberries, and pine nut salad with balsamic. Yum!
tara31 Posted: 11/21/10
Delicious! My lobster tails were a bit small, so I threw in some imitation crab meat. Used fat free mayo, added more cayenne and red onion and served on small loaves of toasted french bread. Yummy!
ataborda Posted: 07/22/10
This is in no way traditional. It might be a nice sandwich but it is sacrilege to put all this stuff in a lobster roll.