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This week we went in the kitchen at Lobster Pot on Siesta Key. Owners Glen, Tony and Mark Medeiros explain the history of their family owned establishment while chef Eder Ocana prepares a signature lobster Milano.
Lobster Pot is located in the heart of the Siesta Key village just a short drive or bike ride from the world famous Siesta Key beach. The Medeiros family opened the restaurant 13 years ago to bring a taste of New England to the west coast of Florida.
The menu features numerous preparations of lobster delivered live from Bar Harbor and Boothbay, Maine, along with other fresh, local seafood dishes, steaks, salads and sandwiches.
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Scroll down for an instructional video on how to prepare the dish.
1/4 pound fresh Maine lobster meat
2 ounces olive oil
3 tbsp. sun dried tomatoes
1/2 chopped fresh garlic clove
4 tbsp. lemon juice
1/4 cup white wine
3 ounces white onion, sliced
3 ounces red peppers, sliced
3 ounces green peppers, sliced
2 ounces portobello mushrooms sliced
1/4 tsp. crushed red pepper
1 pound pasta of choice
Bring water to boil and add pasta. While pasta is cooking, warm pan over high heat and add olive oil. Add sundried tomatoes and fresh garlic to pan and saute for 2 minutes. Add lemon juice and stir. Add white wine and saute for 1 minute. Add onion, peppers and mushrooms, and cook another 2 minutes. Add lobster and crushed red pepper and saute for 1 minute. Serve the lobster and vegetables and sauce over the plated cooked pasta. Enjoy!
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