What could be better than a lobster dinner? Why lobster dinner for breakfast, of course. This quick and easy breakfast recipe combines lobster dinner and eggs for one quick gourmet breakfast.
Hi! Heather here again. We are on the road (again). It wasn’t so long ago that we were on the road to Chicago when I shared this quick and easy healthy snack, Celery Peanut Butter Apples.
This time we are on a whirlwind camping road trip of New England. One of the much anticipated highlights of our trip was a lobster dinner in Maine. We found that we aren’t really whole lobster kind of people, but that’s a story for another day.
We all shared a few dishes and at meal’s end we had one lobster still staring us down, a result of none of us liking whole lobster very much. I pulled the meat from it and we tucked it into a bag of ice to get it chilled fast and keep it chilled overnight since we were camping.
We also had an ear of corn and some baked potato left so I decided to remake lobster dinner a la scrambled eggs. We are huge fans of stretching everything we can so I was grateful we were able to keep the (expensive) lobster rather than wasting it, and scrambled eggs is a great quick and easy recipe that gives us fuel for a long day of sightseeing.
We got our fire going good and hot and put the cast iron pan over it with some oil in it. Ever since I made this zucchini chorizo chili I have loved cooking over an open fire. There is nothing better than roughing it and still sitting down to a tasty and filling meal.
Never fear, you don’t have to wait for a camping trip to enjoy this gourmet breakfast, you can easily make it at home too. All you need is one ear of corn, a large baked potato, meat from 1 lobster/lobster tail, and eggs.
While lobster dinner scrambled eggs sounds gourmet, it is quick and easy to whip up, even on a week day. Since everything but the eggs is already precooked, all you need to do is heat up the potatoes and corn before adding the eggs.
If you want a bread to go with breakfast, these jalapeño cornbread cakes are easy to whip up and so tasty, or you can pull together these decadent s’more pancakes.
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Lobster Dinner Scrambled Eggs
Lobster Dinner Scrambled Eggs
- 8 eggs
- 1 lobster tail - meat removed
- 1 large potato - baked and peeled
- 1 ear corn - removed from cob
- 1 teaspoon butter
- Heat butter or oil in frying pan over medium to high heat.
- Meanwhile, cut corn off ear, chop potato. and finely chop lobster, setting lobster aside for later.
- Add corn and potatoes to frying pan and heat, stirring often.
- Beat eggs in bowl then pour over potatoes and corn.
- Stir often to keep from cooking to bottom.
- When eggs are almost done, mix lobster in and just heat through.
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