LOBSTER A L'AMERICAINE
This is an old recipe for Lobster a L'Americaine, probably origionaly from the Mediterranean area.
Start Lobster a L'Americaine by killing two live lobsters of around 1 1/2 pounds. Remove the tails and cut in several slices at the natural dividing seams. Pull off the claws and legs and split the bodies lenthwise. Discard the stomach behind the eyes, and the intestines. Reserve the tomalley and any coral. Put a couple tablespoons of olive oil in a iron skillet big enough to hold the lobster pieces, and when the oil is hot, add the lobster pieces and saute for about five minutes until the shells are red and the meat is lightly browned. Remove the lobster and reserve. To the skillet add:
Saute until onion colors a bit, add:
Saute for about a minute more, add:
Simmer fast for about 15 minutes. Meanwhile, pour over the lobster pieces:
Flame, and when the flames die out, remove the meat from the lobster pieces. Add to the tomato sauce and simmer Lobster a L'Americaine for about 10 minutes. Remove the lobster meat from the sauce and reduce the sauce by about a third. Mix in the tamalley and coral, if any, and the lobster meat and any juices. Garnish Lobster a L'Americaine with a bit more chopped tarragon and parsely, and serve with hot steamed rice.
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