Lobster Bruschetta #SundaySupper

Lobster Bruschetta

Welcome to Sunday Supper! Today we bring you a theme of Red Carpet Party, in honor of the Academy Awards airing tonight! This event happens once a year, is undoubtedly a bigger deal to some than others, but it can be seen as a very fun excuse to gather with friends and eat fancy, elegant food. And you know, my friends, they would *never* do this, but I’ve heard that *some* groups of friends might well, be catty and pass harsh judgment upon *critique* some of the fashions strutting up and down the red carpet, and maybe even have a money pool and get really competitive over who picked the most winners. See, it can be extremely fun! (From what I’ve heard, nudge nudge wink wink).

Lobster Bruschetta

But, everyone over at #SundaySupper agrees, you need some fancy-pants food to get the party started right. So I’m doing my part with this amazing Lobster Bruschetta. This is sort of a play on a lobster roll, but more sophisticated and a touch spicier from those serrano chiles. I seeded my chiles, and the heat level was surprisingly mild – so if you want some real heat, I’d highly suggest leaving those seeds in! The flavor is so delicious, with sweet tender chunks of lobster meat nestled in creamy mayonnaise and there’s a pop of fresh herbs in every bite.

lobster bruschetta

Tonight it’s just me and Matt watching the Oscars. We’ll likely have a contest between ourselves on who can pick the most winners. And then we’ll reminisce about taking a little weekend getaway to Los Angeles a few years ago, where we strolled down Hollywood Blvd, mostly to say we’d seen it, but we did stop at Kodak Theater and seriously could not believe how small it was!!! There seem to be some insane camera tricks involved when they air the show, because the red carpet looks so much grander on television than in person. So I’m sure we’ll make jokes about that. 🙂

Lobster Bruschetta

Everyone enjoy this elegant little appetizer! Your guests will be very impressed; and shrimp could easily be subbed in for the lobster if you want. It will still be quite delicious! Oh, and make sure you check out the Red Carpet Party the rest of my Sunday Supper group is throwing, it’s sure to be incredible and fit for the occasion. Enjoy!

Lobster Bruschetta

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Source: Tangy, Tart, Hot and Sweet by Padma Lakshmi

8 (1 inch) slices of crusty sourdough bread, grilled or toasted on both sides with a generous amount of olive oil
2 large ribs of celery, finely chopped
½ cup chopped fresh chives
½ cup chopped fresh flat-leaf parsley
3 serrano chiles, stemmed, seeded if desired, and minced
½ cup good quality mayonnaise
2 tbs good quality extra-virgin olive oil
1 tsp fresh cracked black pepper
Kosher salt, to taste
About 1 lb. cooked lobster meat, cut into chunks

Place the grilled bread slices on a platter.
In a large bowl, combine the celery, chives, parsley, chiles, mayonnaise, olive oil, black pepper, and salt. Whisk or stir to combine and work out any lumps the mayonnaise may have to offer. Now add the lobster meat and gently fold in until combined.
Top each bread slice with 2-3 heaping tablespoons of the lobster mixture. You can of course garnish with either chives or parsley, but I found it wasn’t necessary, for taste or looks. Serve immediately and refrigerate any leftovers.

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45 responses to “Lobster Bruschetta #SundaySupper

  1. Ohhh yumm! I love the sound of this bruschetta!!!

  2. Elegant for sure! Also DELISH!

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  4. I’m surprised to find the Kodak theater so small, although I haven’t stepped inside LA County in over 20 years. I also must agree with Liz. This bruschetta sounds delicious!

  5. We would love this, I think we could probably make a meal of it 🙂 Lobster is a favorite here and I love the mix of crunchy, sweet, salty heat!

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  19. What a winning combo! This looks heavenly!

  20. Thanks for the tip on subbing shrimp – great idea! And a beautifully, elegant appetizer.

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  23. YUM…I think I will make this for one night when it is just me and my hubby watching tv….because he doesn’t like lobster LOL….that means it will be mine…all mine!!!

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  25. Mmm you had me with lobster!! this looks amazing!!

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  29. What a gorgeous spread to top your toasted bread, Julie! I’m thinking it would also be lovely piled inside some avocado halves.

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  31. I would eat these anytime – Oscars or not! They’d be great with shrimp or crab too.

  32. That has me drooling, pass those over please!!

  33. Looks like the Texans in #SS are sharing lobster recipes today! This looks so very good…now I wish I had some lobster left to make these tonight.

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  35. OMG this looks so good!

  36. Love this decadent twist on bruschetta. It is perfect for Oscar night

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  38. Lobster is one of my all time favs! This looks divine!

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  42. What a great idea for a seafood bruschetta!

  43. Yep, lobster is totally red carpet food! What a great appetizer.

  44. Can you GO wrong with lobster?? I would eat just this for dinner!

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