Lobster Gravy

Christmas meal traditions are great because of shared memories and recipes passed down from year to year.  In some instances recipes are passed down from generation to generations dating back to great grandmother.  What if for one year you decide to make something different as a second food option.

How about some lobster gravy instead of or in addition to the tradition brown gravy to pour over your turkey and/or mashed potatoes. Lobster gravy might be a second gravy option, but let me warn you to make plenty because Lobster gravy is going to be popular.  Hold on before you put off the idea of lobster gravy. The benefits of eating lobster are many.  Therefore, let me remind you that lobsters help fight thyroid disease.  Lobsters also help fight depression and anemia plus lobsters are a great source of protein.  I have my own Lobster Gravy recipe in six easy steps that I will share with you.

One, .cook the lobster any way you want.
Two, .take meat out of lobster and chop up and then put cooked lobster into food processor or blender to liquefy or turn to a mush, I add Pellegrino Mineral water as a liquid to help liquefy.
Three, .in a pan on the stove brown some flour in any type of oil you want.
Four, .when the flour is browned take off the stove and add milk to desired thickness consistency and stir.
Five, .put the browned flour and milk back on stove and stir slowly while adding the lobster mix from food processor and/or blender. At this point you can add any spices you want like seafood spices, salt, pepper, etc.
Six, .if the gravy is too thick you can add more milk or Pellegrino water to liquefy. Taste, taste, and taste again is very important when cooking. If you make a mistake no problem, just let cool off and put into the food processor or blender then press liquefy. You can never go wrong with gravy because any problems or if too lumpy just grab a food strainer, food processor or blender and press liquefy.

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Bam lobster gravy is ready to serve on top of the turkey and/or mashed potatoes. I have also enclosed two recipes for Lobster gravy that I found on the internet.  Just click on the link and you will be re-directed to the recipe page.  Emeril’s lobster sauce (gravy)  recipe   and here is another lobster gravy recipe Christmas Day meal traditions are great because of shared memories and passed down memories.  However, making NEW MEMORIES  is also good.  Lobster gravy might be something you decide to try or you just might pass on the idea. However, Lobster Gravy is something that you will think about if you decide to pass.  Someday at you will think to yourself  “I wonder what lobster gravy would have tasted on the turkey or ham or mashed potatoes”. 

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