Dining In: Local Restaurant Recipes

Dining In: Local Restaurant Recipes

Dining out is enjoyable, but wouldn't you like to make restaurant quality meals at home? Better yet, why not make the exact dishes you have enjoyed at your favorite local restaurants. Moffly Media looked to the area chefs and restaurateurs for recipes to their most popular dishes and they were happy to oblige. We have collected them all in our virtual recipe box and organized them by contributor and category. Bon appetit!

 

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Bacon-Guacamole Lobster Club



Contributed by: Faith Middleton
Cusine: American
# of Servings: 4
Ingredients:
  • 1 pound good-quality bacon (3 to 4 slices per person)
  • Guacamole (your favorite recipe, using 2 avocados)
  • 1 cup fresh or frozen sweet corn kernels
  • 1 1/2 pounds fresh lobster meat, cooked
  • 4 Pepperidge Farm classic hamburger rolls
  • Hellmann’s mayonnaise
  • 4 Boston lettuce leaves
  • 4 thick slices tomato
  • Potato chips
Preparation:
  1. Fry bacon until crisp.
  2. Drain on paper towel. Set aside.
  3. Make guacamole with lots of fresh lime juice and fresh cilantro.
  4. Mix sweet corn into guacamole. Set aside.
  5. Shred lobster meat.
  6. Assemble sandwiches: Lay out hamburger buns.
  7. Place generous amount of mayonnaise on tops and bottoms of each bun.
  8. On each bottom bun, stack in order a Boston lettuce leaf, a slice of tomato, a healthy scoop of corn-guacamole, shredded lobster meat and 3 or 4 slices of bacon.
  9. Add bun top.
  10. Serve with a side of potato chips.


Note: Diced cooked shrimp or chicken can be substituted for lobster meat.

 

 

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