Nova Scotia Lobster Roll
If you’re looking for the recipe to a successful summer, you’ve found it. First, whip up this delicious Nova Scotia Lobster Roll. Second, grab a bottle of Blomidon Tidal Bay. Lastly, find yourself a picnic table with a view of the ocean and enjoy.
|400 g||cooked, Nova Scotia lobster meat, preferably claw, tail and knuckle|
|1/2 cup||celery, small diced|
|4 tbsp||mayonnaise, or to taste|
|to taste||salt, pepper, romaine or leaf lettuce|
|Artisan white hot dog buns|
|fresh chives (or green onion), thinly sliced|
- Chop lobster meat into medium-to-large pieces.
- Place in mixing bowl with mayonnaise and celery. Toss to coat; add salt and pepper to taste.
- Using a broiler, grill or toaster oven, lightly toast the buns inside and out, then butter them.
- Line the buns with lettuce, either full leaf or chopper, depending on your preference.
- Fill with lobster mixture, sprinkle with chives (or green onion), and serve while bun is still warm.
- Pair with Blomidon Estate Winery Tidal Bay.
Local Source Guide
Local Produce: Noggins Corner Farm Market, Stirling Fruit Farms, Masstown Market or one of the many other Farmers’ Markets of Nova Scotia.
Nova Scotia Wine: Blomidon Estate Winery
Local Lobster: Evan’s Seafood & Restaurant, Arichat Seafood Market, Clearwater Seafoods Ltd. or Fishermen’s Market
Recipe provided by: Blomidon Estate Winery
This recipe is featured in our 2018 Taste of Nova Scotia Culinary Guide.