Fresh Lobster Neptune

Hi Guys ! Chef Bari here — my weekend recipe is fresh Lobster Neptune. We had the opportunity to visit Nova Scotia this August 2022 ; what an amazing adventure travelling through the Canadian Province of Nova Scotia. A six hour flight to Halifax, a night over to recoup and then off on a road trip across Nova Scotia. We spent a lot of time enjoying fresh seafood 🦞, such as fresh lobster, Digby Scallops, haddock, mussels and cod. The Digby Scallops and fresh Lobster are indeed a must during your stay.

Please enjoy my video :

Here’s the Lobster Neptune Recipe —


3 tablespoons of butter

2 cloves of freshly minced garlic

1 Red Bell Pepper – small cut / diced

1/2 sweet white onion – finely chopped

1 Ib of fresh cooked lobster meat/ chopped

1 1/2 cups of fresh whipping cream ( liquid)

2 tablespoons of cornstarch slurry ( 2/2 of cornstarch and cold water/ mix before adding)

1/4 cup of fresh Parmesan Cheese — finely grated

Salt and Pepper to taste


1. In a wide sauté pan melt your butter.

2. Add chopped onions and minced garlic ; sauté until onions are transparent

3. Add chopped diced Red Bell Pepper ; again sauté

4. Add warm cream to sauté pan and let simmer on low heat.

5. You have a choice to reduce or add the cornstarch slurry. Cook for 3 minutes.

6. Add your fresh chopped cooked lobster meat, stirring evenly throughout ( heat must be low or your lobster will become tuff)

7. Grate in fresh Parmesan cheese and season with salt and pepper to taste

Voila ! Your ready to add it as a appetizer dip or on top of your steak, chicken or haddock. You can even have it on a nice baguette or French bread toasted.

If you like, add more whipping cream and you have a fresh lobster chowder. So many ways to use this wonderful dish.


Cheers !

Chef Bari


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