Lobster is my favorite Seafood. I love Lobster Ravioli, Steamed Lobster with butter, Lobster Mac and cheese or Lobster Soup. Lobster Rolls are also something that we absolutely love to enjoy.

Recently, I made this for supper for my family. So easy to do at home. Only a few simple ingredients and steps.

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Lobster Rolls


  • Lobster Tails (4)
  • Top Sliced Sweet Hawaiian Buns
  • Fresh Dill (3 – 4 sprigs chopped)
  • Slap Ya Mama Cajun Seafood Boil
  • Butter (1/4 cup)
  • Mayo (Approx. 1/2 cup, may vary depending on the amount of Lobster)
  • Capers (desired amount)
  • Lemon x 3
    • Zest of lemon (1 lemon)
    • Slice 1 lemon
    • Wedges of 1 lemon
  • Sweet Heat Pickles (Side item)
  • Butter Lettuce (Desired Amount)
  • Sour cream and onion Wavy Chips (Side dish)
  • Salt (optional)


  1. Add a pot of water to the stove to boil.
  2. Slice a Lemon. Set aside.
  3. Chop dill. Set aside.
  4. Once the water is boiling, add a significant amount of Seafood Boil to the pot.
  5. Add the sliced lemons.
  6. Add the butter.
  7. Once the water is boiling rapidly, toss in the Lobster tails.
  8. Typically you boil your Lobster tail one minute per ounce. So if it’s 4 ounces, boil for 4 minutes.
  9. Grab a boil with water and ice to shock the Lobster once they are done boiling. This stops the cooking process.
  10. Remove the Lobster tails from the water.
  11. Add to ice water only for a minute or so. This stops the cooking process.
  12. Remove the Lobster tails.
  13. Began peeling the Lobster tails. I use scissors to cut the tail open.
  14. Clean and chop the Lobster tails in bite size pieces. Set aside.
  15. To a bowl add your desired amount of mayo (about 1/2 – 1 cup or so for 4 tails), 1/2 lemon squeezed, a generous amount of dill, zest of lemon and a generous amount of capers.
  16. Stir. Taste.
  17. I added a little salt at this step.
  18. Toast the buns.
  19. Add the lettuce.
  20. Top with a generous amount of the Lobster mixture.
  21. Add additional dill on top. (Optional)
  22. Serve with chips and a pickle.
  23. Enjoy..

Full recipe below: