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Easy Lobster Rolls

Updated: Oct 1, 2022

Delicious Made Simple

Lobster Unit: Kitchen Creation Lobster Roll
Lobster Roll

It's A Must Try!


This tasty recipe came about all thanks to our homeschool unit study about lobsters. I was so inspired by this topic that my ideas kept flooding in while building our lesson plan, especially in the way of which kitchen creations we could test and prepare. I am not an avid lover of eating lobster, although I always try it in hopes my taste buds will grow more fond of it. Being that it was going to be lobster week in our home, I was dreaming of loving a lobster roll, and I can happily report-

my dream came true!


Including a kitchen creation in each lesson plan is always my goal to aid in creating an engaging and immersive learning experience. My kids love working in the kitchen and getting their hands in and on any food activities. Our lobster rolls were no exception and once we completed our recipe I gave them the "Write the Recipe" paired worksheet to reinforce their writing and sequencing skills.
























Although lobster rolls are by no means a new creation, we put together a quick and simple recipe that deserved to be shared...and eaten!


So let's get this crustacean creation off the screen and into your tummy.


 

Lobster Rolls


Ingredients:


1 cup lobster meat

1/4 cup of diced celery

1 tbsp. of mayonnaise

Pepper

Bun of you choice


Directions:

Step 1: Dice celery and measure a 1/4 cup.

Step 2: Place 1 cup of lobster meat in a bowl.

Step 3: Add diced celery and 1 tbsp. of mayonnaise to the lobster and mix together. Add a dash of pepper and stir.

Step 4: Refrigerate mixture until chilled.

Step 5: Once lobster mixture has been chilled, butter the bun (in our case we chose hot dog buns) on both sides. Place the bun on the griddle and toast both sides.

Step 6: Remove bun from stove top and fill with lobster mixture.

Step 7: Serve with a side of potato chips if desired. Enjoy!

 

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