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How To Cook Curry Lobster The Caribbean Way.

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  1. Paul says:

    Hi Chris – Are we using a “Live” lobster here – that we cut in half?

    Or are we using a Frozen one that has been thawed?

    I am assuming the former – that is still alive. correct?

    Thanks
    Paul

  2. Chef Shawn says:

    Vyckie i know this was asked a long time ago. But to clean the lobster.. Get a sharp heavy chopping knife. Lay the lobster flat and stick the knife in the middle of the body facing either the head or tail. Try to slice downward in one motion then turn the lobster so it’s facing the opposite direction and repeat. You should then have two halves length wise. From here it’s up to you really how clean you want it… You will see allot of disgusting looking stuff there most of it will be the liver that some people like then right behind where the eyes are is the digestive area. clean all of this out. along the tail there is also part of the digestive area that runs along where the top of the tail would have been. (like Shrimp) make sure to remove that part as well… (IT may not always be there as slicing in half may have removed it. From this point wash season and serve.

  3. Louise says:

    Thanks for the recipe, it sounds delicious. A couple of questions, shouldn’t i use coconut milk like your Mother did with the crab curry? And what specifically is the green seasoning? I won’t be in the islands, but cooking this in New England, so need some locally available seasonings. Also, how about the dumplings? Thank you again!

  4. Shirley says:

    Hi Chris,

    Instead of using water in your lobster for the sauce, use coconut milk, it will give it a different taste and full of flavours.

  5. Pamela says:

    I just found your website today!!!! I am so happy!! I finally saw you making the famous hot souce I ate in St. Croix many years on vacation!! And now this lobster stew, similar to what a friend served me in the USVI. Nothing like listening to you talking with that wonderful accent, and teaching me how to cook. This is heaven…

  6. Frantzy aka Trinaitian says:

    Chris, anytime i need an idea or method on make a dish I make a B-line to your web site. I also enjoy your videos.

  7. vyckie vail says:

    could u pls show how u break apart d lobsters???????????? my aunt used 2 make curry crab but, she wud nvr show us how she broke them apart……………..

  8. Oneta says:

    I am sure to try that recipe soon my son love lobster it was very enjoyable to watch and informative for me who will be trying it for the first time.lots of love to your mom.

  9. Deborah says:

    I absolutely adore your web site. This recipe for lobster curry … oh my goodness … pure exquisiteness! Your web site is pure deliciousness! A good variety of dishes to choose from. Nothing like a comforting curry on a cold winter day. Thanks for the site and keep the recipes coming!

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