A Weight Watchers recipes that tastes identical to the lobster sauce served in Chinese restaurants in our area. I've always wondered why it's called lobster...
water, sugar, +cornstarch, +garlic, +ground beef, +black pepper, +broth, +oyster sauce, +green onion, +soy sauce
Had one of these the other night...Yum! Straight from the Red Lobster website. We like ours straight up, but you can whirl it with ice cubes if you like...
This goes perfectly with the Red Lobster Parrot Bay Shrimp.(taken from copykat.com) Prep:15m
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Found this on About.com: Chinese Food.People are often surprised to discover that this popular dish doesn't contain lobster at all. The name comes from...
sugar, water, +chicken broth, +cornstarch, +eggs, +black beans, +garlic, +green onion, +ground pork, +vegetable oil, +black pepper, +salt, +sherry, +soy sauce
"This is just like you would get at a Cantonese Chinese restaurant. There is no lobster in the sauce. Medium to large shrimp can be used. It is great...
sugar, water, +sherry, +cornstarch, +eggs, +garlic, +ground pork, +salt, +shrimp, +soy sauce, +vegetable oil
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A classic of the Balearic Islands, where lobster is found in abundance, this stew (known as caldereta) is intensely flavorful and fun to eat. Live lobster...
sugar, water, +bay leaf, +brandy, +thyme, +garlic, +peppers, +olive oil, +onions, +clam juice, +tomato, +lobster meat
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