Main Lobster Claws
Cocktail lobster claws make it possible to enjoy a lobster dinner without the mess of cracking and deshelling the whole lobster. Sometimes you want the lobster meat without doing all the work to open lobster shells.
Cocktail lobster claws make eating lobster quick, easy, and convenient.
While most people assume you can only enjoy eating lobster when you live by the coast, our frozen lobster claws for sale make it possible for anyone to enjoy delicious lobster at any time of the year. Frozen lobster claws are one of the best ways to enjoy seafood quickly and easily. Global Seafoods Maine lobster claws are pre-cooked and frozen so that you can pull them out of the freezer and enjoy them at any time.
- Cocktail claws have half the shell removed for easy eating
- 10 lbs of Lobster Claws
- 6 - 9 Claws per lbs
How to Serve Lobster Cocktail Claws:
Global Seafoods cocktail cut lobster claws come frozen in 10lb bags, the perfect size for a family event or dinner party, or just for someone who loves lobster!
Our giant lobster claws are pre-cut to make it easier to serve to your guests. The shells slide off easily, saving you the hassle of cracking open the lobsters' tough outer shell. We've removed the lower half of the claw shells for your convenience while leaving the shells' tips intact to protect the delicate claw meat at ends.
The lobster claw meat is some of the best and most delicious seafood the ocean has to offer. Some people will buy entire lobsters just to eat the lobster claws. Frozen cocktail lobster claws make it easier for you to enjoy your favorite seafood anytime, hot or cold. Our pre-cooked lobster claws are meaty and delicious, and you don't have to fuss over cracking open those tough shells.
Ways to Serve Lobster Cocktail Claws:
While a traditional way of serving lobster claws is warmed up and surrounded by melted butter and cocktails sauces, there are many ways you can serve and enjoy tender and sweet lobster claw meat. Frozen lobster claws are an easy way to get lots of flavorful, perfectly cooked lobster meat without buying and cooking whole lobsters.
Lobster Recipe Ideas:
- Lobster Bisque
- Seafood Chowder
- Lobster Fra Diavlo
- Lobster Mac and Cheese
- Lobster Salad
- Lobster Rolls
- Lobster and Caprese Salad
- Lobster Breakfast Burritos
- Lobster Tagliatelle
- Lobster Risotto
- Lobster Burgers
- Lobster Mashed Potatoes
- Lobster Spring Rolls
- Lobster Ravioli
A classic way to eat lobster is steaming hot and dipped into pools of melted butter. Don't get us wrong; we love eating lobster this way. But we want you to know there are many other ways to enjoy this succulent and slightly sweet seafood favorite. The claws of lobsters are some of the most flavor and tender meat from the lobster. Who wouldn't want 10lbs of the best part of the lobster?
We love to serve lobster claws chilled over a bed of lettuce, drizzled with fresh lemon and herbs.
And don't worry about wasting the rest of the lobster. Often the tails and the claws of lobster are removed and sold separately in stores and online.
How to Defrost Lobster Claws:
We ship our giant lobster claws over dry ice so that they arrive at your door still frozen. When you're ready to enjoy them, simply place them in the freezer to defrost them in the morning, and they should be ready to eat at dinner time.
If you forgot to take out your lobster claws the night before, don't worry. Simply defrost them in a bowl on cold water in your sink. They will be ready to serve in no time!
How to Reheat Lobster Claws:
To serve lobster cocktail claws with butter and lemon, you will need to reheat them correctly to the best texture.
To reheat lobster claws:
- Preheat your oven to 350 degrees
- Place your lobster claws on a sheet of aluminum foil and sprinkle with several drops of water.
- Wrap your cocktail claws in the aluminum foil.
- Place the wrapped lobster claws on a baking sheet and place the baking sheet in your preheated oven.
- Warm your lobster claws in the oven for 5-10 minutes until warmed through.
- Serve immediately with melted butter, lemon, and your favorite herbs.
Add a few drops of your favorite hot sauce to your dipping butter for a spicy kick to your lobster dinner.
To reheat lobster claws in the microwave:
While not ideal, if you're in a hurry, it is possible to reheat your lobster claws in the microwave. Wrap your lobster claws in a damp paper towel and heat in the microwave on short 30 second bursts until just warmed through. Be sure not to overcook your lobster in the microwave as the claws can become rubbery. The shells protect and steam the lobster in the microwave and help keep your lobster claws' texture from becoming unpleasant.
Are Lobster Claws Healthy?
Lobster is lean seafood that is full of protein.
Lobster meals tend to become heavy and decadent from the butter, creams, and sauces people use to serve with lobster. Cold lobster served over a cobb salad is a delicious and healthy way to add protein and minerals to your diet.
A 3.5 oz serving of lobster claws has just 89 calories and 19 grams of lean protein, and less than one gram of fat. Lobster is high in phosphorus, which helps support your kidney function. Lobster is also rich in selenium and magnesium. In addition to being high in minerals and low in fat, lobster is also a low mercury seafood. We should all be eating more lobster!
Where to Find Giant Lobster Claws for Sale:
It's common to see frozen lobster tails for sale in your local seafood market, but how often do you see a bag of cocktail cut lobster claws?
Our lobster cocktail claws for sale offer you your favorite part of the lobster cooked to perfection and frozen for your convenience. Our wild-caught giant lobster claws give you lots of tasty lobster meat in convenient 10lb bags.
What is your favorite way to eat lobster?