Chef Roger’s Creamy Lobster Bisque





2 tablespoons of onion finely minced
1/3 stick butter
Pepper to taste
2  frozen lobster tails
1 can tomato soup
2 pints heavy cream
Sherry to taste
green onions  for garnish


Thaw tails in fridge or cold water.

Saute the chopped onions in  the butter and add the pepper to it. Set aside.

Place the lobster in 1 to 1-1/2 cups boiling water.  Bring the water back to a boil. Cook 7 minutes for 5-ounce tails, 7-1/2 minutes for 6-ounce, and about 8 minutes if the tails weigh 8 ounces. Once  it is done, remove the lobster from the broth and reduce the broth down to about half. 

Add the sauted butter and onions, the can of tomato soup, and 2 pints heavy cream to the reduction. Stir until blended. 

Remove lobster from shells and chop. 

Just before serving the bisque add the chopped/minced lobster meat.  

Garnish with green onions and serve with garlic bread. 

We add sherry to taste individually at the table. I use about a tablespoon per bowl.


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6 Responses to Chef Roger’s Creamy Lobster Bisque

  1. linda says:

    That looks delicious! I love lobster bisque.

  2. joey says:

    Yum! I thought I smelled something good cookin’ … thanks for sharing Chef Roger’s treat.

    Anytime, Joey.
    Mother Nature

  3. corefoundations says:

    Mmmm, can we have that next time we come visit?!

    Course, I believe we all loved what we had last time. . .so I don’t think we’re terrilby particular.

    We can do that.

  4. Gail says:

    Delicious; now tell us about Chef Roger!

    Ah, Gail,
    He goes by many names:
    Father Time
    Mr. Wonderful
    Chef Roger

  5. fairegarden says:

    Okay Donna, you really got my attention on this one. Lobster bisque is my most favorite soup in the world, especially with the bits of chopped meat. I see the magic ingredient is reducing the water of the lobster. Yum yum yum, many thanks.

    Life is good. 🙂

  6. nancybond says:

    Oh my! Does that ever look delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe, Donna.

    It can take the chill off an autumn day, Nancy.

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