How To Make A Bahamian Lobster Tail Salad

how to make a Bahamian lobster tail salad

I had a lobster (that my son gave me) in my freezer for a few days and pondered about what I should make with it. I eventually decided to make a lobster salad Bahamian style only to realize that I did not have any sweet peppers.

A few days later he bought me some orange sweet peppers and limes and was so excited that I can now make this Bahamian salad.


1 lobster tail
small piece of green sweet pepper
1/2 white onion
1 small tomato
Using a very sharp knife, finely chop the vegetables and set aside.  Put the lobster tail in a pot of water and put the pot on the stove to allow the water to boil and lobster to cook.  When the lobster tail is cooked and cool, use a kitchen scissors to cut the back of the lobster tail.  Remove the flesh from the shell and put into a bowl with water.  Add some lime juice to reduce the fresh smell.
Finely chop the lobster tail and put into a mixing bowl.  Add the finely chopped vegetables, juice of one lime (you can use this lemon/lime squeezer to extra the lime juice from the lime) and some salt.  Mix together well.  Serve.

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