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Courtesy of Christopher Grasso

L’Oceano Ristorante

Lobster Waffles www.loceanoristorante.com

Philly I make this at home so I thought I’d add it to the restaurant’s menu as an appetizer. This is a playful, sweet and savory dish with a surprising twist on how you eat lobster and waffles.

Ingredients for Cole Slaw ½➜ 1  /2 cup carrots cut into matchstick size pieces ➜ ½1  /2 cup cabbage, shredded ½➜ 1  /2 cup radish cut into matchstick size pieces ½➜ 1  /2 cup red onion cut into

Lobster Batter Ingredients

matchstick size pieces ¼➜ 1  /4 cup Siracha hot sauce ¼ 1 ➜  /4 cup mayonnaise ➜S  alt and pepper to taste

➜ 1 cup flour ½➜ 1  /2 cup cornmeal ➜2  teaspoons baking powder ➜2  teaspoons sugar ➜1  pinch salt

➜1  egg ➜2  teaspoons melted butter ➜1  /2 cup water ➜5  ounces chopped lobster meat (claw and knuckle)

Directions In a small bowl, mix coleslaw ingredients and chill 1 hour prior to serving. In a food processor, place half of lobster meat and pulse a few times until coarsely ground. In a large bowl, combine flour, cornmeal, sugar, baking powder and salt. In a medium bowl, whisk together egg, butter and water. Add egg mixture to flour mixture;

mix until just combined. Stir in the chopped lobster meat. Bake waffles on a preheated, greased or nonstick waffle iron until golden (preheat waffle iron to high and spray with cooking oil). Pour into hot waffle iron until Belgian style texture. Separate waffle into 4 pieces. Top with coleslaw and finish with remaining lobster meat.

Serves 4

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