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Lobster Newberg Recipe (aka Lobster Newburg) – How to Make Lobster Newburg ctm magazine



Learn how to make a Lobster Newberg Recipe! Visit http://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2014/11/lobster-newberg-i-mean-wenberg.html for the ingredients, more information, and many, many more video recipes. I hope you enjoy this easy Lobster Newburg!

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47 Comments

  • Raymond Myers on May 4, 2020

    Maybe it's just me, but a few mushrooms would add something special.

  • Kristoffer Damborg on May 8, 2020

    Can you also use norway lobsters for this instead?

  • Robin Browne on May 17, 2020

    You can make a film of a lobster newberg. You can make a great film of a lobster newberg. You can make a film of a great lobster newberg. But you can't make a great film of a great lobster newberg. Unless you're Chef John 🙂

  • Michael T on June 12, 2020

    Lobsters, cockroaches of the sea

  • Pamela Parker on July 4, 2020

    Takes out the mystery of this dish. I'm making this time next week 😀

  • Baleful Tardigrade on July 23, 2020

    You take it out of the shell, only to put it right back in a shell? The irony…

  • Kamil on July 24, 2020

    Who else thinks this guys way of talk is irritating 🤨

  • Jessica Grace on July 28, 2020

    Yummy

  • Debbie Zullo on August 20, 2020

    I truly love all your videos and your sense of humor. Oh yes and you can cook, cook well!Puff pastry shells can be bought in the freezer section from Pepperidge farms💋

  • Larry McClain on September 1, 2020

    Very similar to oyster patties, a Louisiana dish usually served as an appetizer at holiday meals.

  • Jay Kyle on September 13, 2020

    I'd like to. see a version of this where lobster is cooked sous vide

  • Robin Browne on October 1, 2020

    But is it Newberg or Newburg? Only the lobsters know for sure.

  • Rob Santos on October 5, 2020

    That "black" part is the end of it's digestive tract, which actually runs the full length of the tail, like the "vein" in a shrimp.

  • Robert Linscott on October 17, 2020

    Chef John, how about using frozen puff pastry shells?

  • CrazyTuco1 on October 18, 2020

    You can do this with shrimp and its much cheaper.

  • Hydromaestro on October 30, 2020

    walmart has left the chat

  • Cristina Velasco on December 2, 2020

    THANKS Chef John
    For all year-rounf re
    cipes…!!!🥰
    ☘️🥀 MERTY CHRIST
    MAS ‼️🥀☘️🌹🇪🇸🙋

  • Frank Kahl on December 20, 2020

    what an annoying voice

  • Richard Turner on December 21, 2020

    having made these i cannot believe that some people have given this a thumbs down. ?????

  • anne Charles on December 25, 2020

    Oh man. Its Christmas day evening. I ate all day. Now I look at this and I'm jonesin for this. What's wrong with me. I'll blame it on the pandemic…

  • Kathi Petersen on December 26, 2020

    The dark colour is often just because the lobster isn't completely cooked, if you are doing a two-step lobster dish like this, often the first cook ends up with the black stuff … which can look off-putting, but when you cook it further it is fine.

  • attilahooper on December 26, 2020

    One of the more unique recipes, starting with pan frying the tails and deglazing the pan . I cocked-up and used two egg yolks for a small amount of milk and two small tails. It started to turn into scrambled eggs but I was able to save it. Have to look into the homemade pastries, as the biscuits in a tube just didn't cut it. Big thanks for your efforts illustrating. Thump up and sub for sure.

  • William Fluck on January 4, 2021

    I have enjoyed this where they set the pastry shells on a warm plate with warm buttered wide egg noodles, a couple of grape tomatoes halved, a sprinkle of capers, and fresh parmesan over everything.

  • logarithmic7 on January 14, 2021

    when i was young I always thought this dish was called Lobster Nuremberg. History class was confusing for me. lol

  • cuchalainn on January 15, 2021

    The eggs and cream
    Thickener is called a
    "Liaison"
    A rare n barely used
    Technique nowadays
    Great vid
    Thanks
    p.S.
    The pastry shells are called
    "Vol au vants"

  • mikedelgado8888 on January 26, 2021

    Citizen Kane

  • Jordan Durham on February 1, 2021

    It look's like someone has sinned in a Yorkshire pudding.

  • Its the weather on February 14, 2021

    I have a expired box of Gourmet Pidy 4 Bouche'es pastries, made in Belgium. Company was bought out and now discontinued…. 🙁

  • Mara Black on March 4, 2021

    I understand that dark stuff is the poop!,.. I couldn’t get over you not removing the meat from the shell to clean that out like you would when prepping for a lobster tail dinner🤦🏼‍♀️

  • Kevin Hagler on March 20, 2021

    Wow, I definitely watched this when it was released. Has it already been 6 years?!

  • Little Citystead on March 21, 2021

    You are AWESOME. 😁

  • belligirl21 on March 27, 2021

    The sauce needs to be a bit thicker, kind Sir. No offense 😉

  • anakin Harrison on April 5, 2021

    why does it look like chester from dont stare tho

  • A T on April 19, 2021

    This guy's intonation is HILARIOUS!!! Love it.

  • Joe Dannar on April 19, 2021

    Looks like a wicked zit

  • Ben Bruland on May 2, 2021

    Why do I watch these at night 🙁

  • Andy M on May 9, 2021

    @Chef John
    You don't have to make the puff pastry shells. Pepperidge Farm has been selling them in the frozen food section (right next to their puff pastry sheets) since the 1960s!!

  • Sullivan's Papa on June 18, 2021

    lobsters and other shellfish are water bugs, get over it!

  • Andy M on October 2, 2021

    This was amazing!! All I had available was some Chardonnay wine. But many lobster Newburg recipes call for a white wine instead of Brandy. I used the little bit of left over sauce over some grilled salmon. Yum!

  • Hyacinth Thompson on October 2, 2021

    😋

  • Krissy ann DePasquale on November 3, 2021

    Homarus
    Data Quality Indicators:
    Infraorder Astacidea Latreille, 1802
    Superfamily Nephropoidea Dana, 1852
    Family Nephropidae Dana, 1852 – clawed lobsters
    Genus Homarus Weber,

    🦞🦞

    #SEABUGS

  • Gregory West on November 29, 2021

    Omg I could eat 10 of them

  • noraa jagger on November 30, 2021

    2:38 visit Maine and anyone can tell you

  • brad jones on December 2, 2021

    Upspeak is a plague that must be destroyed

  • NC Chi on December 19, 2021

    Needs cheese. Just a lil.

  • Kimberlee Gullbailey on January 12, 2022

    This is so amazing looking, I'll need to watch again! 😋🧡

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