Chef Jonathan Harootunian, Executive Chef Fulton Market Kitchen
Fulton Market Kitchen
311 N. Sangamon St., Chicago
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Lobster Pasta (Serves 2)
8 ounces chopped Maine lobster
8 ounces cooked black squid ink pasta
4 ounces finely chopped asparagus
1 cup sliced Campari tomatoes
Sea salt (to taste)
Lobster broth (1cup), recipe below
Unsalted butter (as needed)
Cracked black peppers (as needed)
1 Sliced Orange
1 Piece Sliced Fennel
3 Star Anise Pods
3 Tablespoons Tomato Paste
2 Bay leaves
Cook pasta (to package instructions), preferably al- dente cool to room temperature) (toss with olive oil)
Blanch lobster claws (8 minutes, shock in ice water to chill)
Blanch lobster tails (4 minutes, shock in ice water to chill)
Break and separate lobster claw and tail meat (reserve shells for the lobster broth) refrigerate the lobster meat until needed
Combine all lobster shells with 1 sliced orange, 1 piece sliced fennel, 3 star anise pods, 3 table spoons tomato paste, and 2 bay leaf with 4 cups water, simmer over medium heat until reduced by half in volume, strain lobster broth and chill the broth in an ice bath (discard the solids), remaining broth may be frozen.
Lightly sauté the lobster claw and tail meat in 2 cups of your lobster broth, add the tomato and asparagus. Add the 4 ounces cooked pasta per person, season to taste with sea salt, and cracked black pepper, fold in (3/4 tablespoons) unsalted butter, whisking to emulsify.
Divide between 2 plates.
Recipe and ingredients submitted by Jonathan Harootunian, executive chef Fulton Market Kitchen .