Lobster with Cheese Yee Mein~
Fresh Lobster~ I love seafood!
Another comfort food receipt, I really want seafood tonight, but the fresh fish didn’t look very good so I decided to go for Boston Lobster. The meat is very tender and sweet. The only hard part is chopping the lobster, but I have a wonderful husband take care of that~ Enjoy!
Boston Lobster - 1 pcs
Onion - 1/2 pcs
Garlic - 1 tbsp (table spoon)
Butter - 1/2 pcs
Sugar - 2 tsp (tea spoon)
Corn starch - 2 tsp
Chicken soup - 1 can
Yee Mein - 1 Disc
Kraft Velveeta Cheese - 1/3 block of the 16oz size (This cheese has the flavor but it’s not the best ingredient I could find, I will recommend replace other cheese with that.)
#1 - Wash the lobster and use chopstick poke the bottom bally and release the pee pee (It takes out the acidic taste from the lobster.)
#2 - Chop the lobster into pcs. (Take the head off first then chop it in half, chop the body in to 6-8 pcs depends on the size of the lobster.)
#3 - Sprinkle 2 tsp corn starch on the lobster, then raise it in the “HOT” oil for 2 min, separate the oil and set the lobster aside.
#4 - Pre-heat the wok in HIGH heat for 2 min, melts the butter and add the garlic and onion.
#5 - Then, add the cheese, sugar and chicken soup to to wok. Wait until the cheese melt then put the lobster in for 6 min.
#6 - Boiled a pot of hot water, and dump the Yee Mein noodle to cook for 2 min. Once the noodle ready, take the noodle out from the boiled hot water. Next, mix it with the cheese and lobster sauce, cook for 1 more min.
#7 - Ready to serve