I had a recent windfall of lobster bodies and now have 8 quarts of lobster bisque (at this point,minus the roux and cream. It's the thickness of a medium bodied soup because i added in a puree of the mirepoix and some lobster meat bits.)I feel kind of dumb asking this, and maybe my creative brain is just tired, but what uses can you suggest other than the regular old seafood soup-kinds of ideas?
all i've come up with is lobster(or other seafood) lasagna or pasta w/ lobster sauce, or shiitake risotto in a pool of lobster bisque or something potato-ey w/ it? maybe add a madras curry powder and chopped flash sauteed tomatoes and serve it over chow fun w/ shrimp or scallops and chard or kale?
it is a pretty rich thing, lobster bisque, so i have a leaning towards starch based applications, but vegetable uses would be good too i'd think....
Any CH lightbulbs flashing out there? Thanks much for your help.