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Recipe for :

Lobster Newburg
 

This recipes comes from The Fish Society, a UK business, which supplies a great variety of fish straight to your door. There is no subscription or membership fee, you just pay for what you order.

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"This famous recipe was born at a New York restaurant, Delmonico's in the 1890s. It can readily be adapted to cooked lobster , but this version is for raw . It will work equally well with scallops . "The right ingredients, real butter, good cream, Madeira or good sherry, are essential . . . the authentic flavour will not be achieved with substitutes", warned Constance Spry, eyebrows no doubt arched. And she was right".

Ingredients

2 - 3 lobster tails depending on state of your wallet
300 ml (1/2 pint) stock comprising 50/50 dry white wine / water plus bouquet garni
3 oz butter
6 tbsps brandy and about twice as much Madeira or sherry
6 oz double cream
salt, pepper
2 egg yolks
1 tbsp single cream

Method
  • Remove lobster meat from shell as directed on label. Cut into half inch medallions.
  • Simmer stock for 5 minutes.
  • Add lobster. Simmer for 3 minutes. It should not be cooked yet! Meanwhile, melt butter in a frying pan.
  • Remove lobster, drain and transfer into gently bubbling butter.
  • Warm brandy in a third pan and set alight.
  • Pour flaming brandy into frying pan, gently stirring.
  • Add Madeira or sherry, swirl once.
  • Add double cream. Turn heat up slightly and reduce sauce a little.
  • Beat yolks and add to pan. Also add single cream. Mix in to thicken sauce. Season and serve.

This recipe works equally well with scallops.

Serves 4

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