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Caribbean Lobster Cakes with Coconut and Curry

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Caribbean Lobster Cakes with Coconut and Curry

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The essence of summer is found in fresh seafood, and a trip to a sandy beach along the coast.   What better way to celebrate summer with family and loved ones than with a moist and succulent lobster cake. I came up with this recipe while in Guana Cay in the Abacos and had several lobster to use up before we left the island. This is a wonderful base recipe that you could substitute other seafood for instead of lobster. It would taste delicious with crab and fish or even shrimp.  You could serve these as either an appetizer or even as a main course if made into larger patties. Serve with a favorite salsa or Asian Chili Sauce. This recipe is a combination of Caribbean and Indian

Makes 8, 5 oz. cakes

1 ½ cups of mayonnaise

1 cup of Panko bread crumbs (more as needed

1 cup of sweetened grated coconut (more as needed)

3 eggs

3 tablespoons of parsley

2 tablespoons of Matouk’s Hot Sauce

2 teaspoons of Colemans yellow mustard

1 tablespoon of onion powder

1 tablespoon of garlic powder

2 extra large tablespoons of curry

Salt to taste

Pepper to taste

2  8 oz lobster tails, boiled, removed from shell and diced small (add lobster boil seasoning if desired)

Peanut Oil for frying

Create a wet mix with the mayo, eggs and seasonings. Add the bread crumbs, coconut, and lobster, and fold well. Add more bread crumbs and coconut if necessary. Refrigerate for 30 minutes. Remove from refrigerator and form into small patties or cakes. Heat oil until it reaches 350 F. Deep fry cakes, turning to brown on each side for a couple of minutes. Remove when slightly brown and drain on a single use towel. Serve while hot with your favorite pepper jelly or favorite salsa over leafy greens.

 

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Certified Chef de Cuisine, Certified Executive Pastry Chef, Culinary Designer, Chef Mary Beth creates delicious and elegant culinary works of art that should be in a museum, as described by E. Oppenheim. She is a professional chef who has made her career as a private personal chef in the luxury field for over 25 years. Chef Johnson is the recipient of numerous culinary and visionary awards in her field and is often in the media for her expertise as well as appearing on television and she is an author to writing for major media publications.

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Certified Chef de Cuisine, Certified Executive Pastry Chef, Culinary Designer, Chef Mary Beth creates delicious and elegant culinary works of art that should be in a museum, as described by E. Oppenheim. She is a professional chef who has made her career as a private personal chef in the luxury field for over 25 years. Chef Johnson is the recipient of numerous culinary and visionary awards in her field and is often in the media for her expertise as well as appearing on television and she is an author to writing for major media publications.

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