There is nothing more satisfying than a good seafood dip, but if you take seafood dip to the next level you need to add in all the goodies to make it divine. In my particular recipe I have decided to kick basic seafood dip up a few notches on the seafood belt and create a Lobster Dip.
What you are going to love about this dip is the ease of preparation, and the different serving methods you can use to present the dish. This is all about wholesome dip that is creamy, and seafood rich, but you won’t have the expense of traditional lobster. Lobster Dip serves well in beer bread bowls and with crackers.
Get ready to scoop, dip, and repeat as I offer you a Lobster Dip that is fit for any party, occasion, tailgating event or gathering you have. Let’s lavishly live food out loud and prepare Lobster Dip with a few simple steps.
Summer is about fresh seafood, or even mock seafood and today I can’t wait to share this recipe with you. I created this dip because every party we have gone to lacks any kind of seafood dip. I feel that for those of us that don’t eat meat, yet will eat seafood, this is the perfect solution.
The ingredients can be located fast and easy in your local market and it is not a hard recipe to recreate. So, let’s get on with it, becasue the sooner you start the sooner you taste. Also, if you do not feel like making bread bowls you can use a long baguette instead and just use the middle chunks of bread as dippers1
Gather Your Ingredients
As with any recipe, it’s all about the ingredients and you will most of these in your pantry and refrigerator already.
8 Ounces of Cream Cheese (softened)
1/2 C of Mayo
2 Tsp of Mustard
12 Ounces of IMITATION LOBSTER (found in seafood section in packaging)
3/4 of a Cup Shredded Cheese Blend (your choice, Mexican, Italian, whatever you choose)
Place all ingredients in Processor and blend till smooth. Remove from food processor and then choose the serving method
Serving Methodology Choices
Method One: Beer Bread Bowl
You can use bread bowls (GRAB MY RECIPE HERE FOR BREAD BOWLS), which you will remove the center and then use the bread pieces and veggies for dipping later. This way requires you to Bake at 375 ° Fahrenheit for 25 minutes. Make sure to wrap the whole thing in foil when baking, then remove and serve warm.
OR METHOD TWO
Spray a baking dish with nonstick spray, add in all the mixture, cover and bake for 25 minutes until warm and bubbly and then serve warm
Either way, you will want to garnish with crackers, fresh veggies, and bread cubes.
Use Imitation Lobster Chunks, rather than sticks, it makes it faster to chop up in the food processor.
Make sure your cream cheese is softened before you try to process it.
Vary the types of shredded cheese you use.
You can add a tablespoon of lemon to this or a tablespoon or hot-sauce depending how you like your food to taste.
Print The Recipe Here
- 8 Ounces of Cream Cheese softened
- 1/2 C of Mayo
- 2 Tsp of Dijon Style Mustard
- 12 Ounces of IMITATION LOBSTER found in seafood section in packaging
- 3/4 of a Cup Shredded Cheese Blend your choice, Mexican, Italian, whatever you choose
- Place all ingredients in Processor and blend till smooth.
- Remove from food processor and then choose serving method
- Preheat Oven to 375° Fahrenheit and then choose which method of serving you will use.
- METHOD ONE!
- You can use bread bowls (GRAB MY RECIPE HERE FOR BREAD BOWLS), which you will remove center and then use the bread pieces and veggies for dipping later.
- This way requires you to Bake at 375 ° Fahrenheit for 25 minutes.
- Make sure to wrap the whole thing in foil when baking, then remove and serve warm.
- METHOD TWO!
- Spray a baking dish with nonstick spray, add in all the mixture, cover and bake for 25 minutes until warm and bubbly and then serve warm
- Either way you will want to garnish with crackers, fresh veggies and bread cubes.
Lavishly live your parties and gatherings out loud with this simple recipe for Lobster Dip. What will you serve this with? Need More Food Inspiration? Check out the easy and fast to create recipes below.