Lobster bisque

Restaurant-quality dining at home. Valentine’s Day favorite entree. Surely impress your boo!

Bisque - a method of extracting flavor from crustaceans (hard-shelled sea creatures) by simmering with aromatics to create an intensely flavored stock, then strained, simmered again, and pureed.

This classic Lobster Bisque recipe is as good (or better) as those you pay a hefty amount for at a fancy-schmancy restaurant without the hefty price tag. 😉

Restaurant-quality dining at home has never been this good with this scrumptious Lobster Bisque. Believe me; this will surely impress your boo! So let’s get started! ❤

Slowly add the wine, if using any, then stir in the Worcestershire, Creole Seasoning, paprika, and white pepper. Cook for about a minute.

Pour in the cream and butter and let the butter melt, then remove from stove.

Place a saucepan over medium heat, then add about a tablespoon butter to it followed by the chopped lobster meat, lightly season with Creole seasoning, and simmer for a minute or two until warmed through.

Top individual bisques with lobster and serve immediately.

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