Who doesn't love lobster rolls?! But the simple Maine version of the summer sandwich is the only way to go. Any other type of "New England" lobster roll will not do. (No thank you to celery, dill, and a silly amount of mayonnaise.) I wanted to share with you how to properly make one. (Fun fact: I worked at Luke's Lobster for a summer so I REALLY know my lobster roll game.) Do you have a pen and paper? This is your New Hostess lobster lesson.
Maine style only has 6 ingredients: lobster meat, bun, butter, lemon, mayonnaise, and Old Bay seasoning. The bun is WARM (toasted) and the meat is COLD. A swipe of mayo belongs on the BOTTOM of the bun. The lemon butter is drizzled ON the cold meat. The sandwich is finished with a DUSTING of Old Bay. And there you have it!
With regards to meat removal tips, I leave it to the professional (Martha).