Lobster & Havarti Cheese Melts
Can you guys believe that we are almost into the 3rd month of the year? I can't believe.
Next month: is our 7 wedding and I swear the moment you graduate high school time flies at the speed of light, I guess we both have kept our relationship a little hectic over the years so there's that too. It somehow still feels like we are in the dating stage and still haven't figured out this whole marriage thing.
I'm definitely not cooking dinner for this occasion.
Anyway, back to the recipe.
When it comes to cooking I look for simplicity, ease and taste. I won't make this super long or eccentric because, why?
Sliced French Bread
2 Lobster Tails
2 1/2 tablespoons of Unsalted Butter
Havarti - all I had use whatever you like that melts well
1/2 tablespoon of Fresh Thyme
1 tablespoon of Minced Garlic
Garlic and Onion Spice Blend
Cook the lobster, and set aside to cool.
Then create a butter sauce from the minced garlic, fresh thyme, and unsalted butter.
Side note: I have a garlic onion spice blend if you have something like that mix it into the butter sauce if you are going for a Cajun flare you can also add some seafood seasoning as well.
Brush the butter sauce on the bread and toast in oven with the broil setting on low.
While these toast cut up your lobster and mix in the shredded cheese or sliced cheese of your choice.
Once the bread is slightly toasted on each side add the lobster and cheese mix on top and broil until cheese is melted.
Be careful do not broil it for too long because it will over cook the lobster.
Once the cheese is melted plate and serve.
We served ours with Tomato Basil soup and it was yum!