I picked up two whole boneless trouts for dinner...and now I can't decide what to do with them. Any favorite trout recipes out there?
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My favorite: trout meuniere--saute the trout in browned butter, lemon Worcestershire sauce. Sprinkle with toasted almonds or chopped toasted pecans. Finish with a sprinkling of fresh parsley.
Pan seared trout with some brown butter , caramelized shallots and ham.
Both of these would be great but I just had to add: brown butter and sage w/ S&P. I have great trout fishing right out my back door and this by far my favorite thing to do in cast iron in the fireplace.
These all sound great. I love the addition of sage, but I have all the ingredients for the meuniere at home so meuniere it is.
That New Orleans style meuniere is great. DonnyG I have to agree on the cast iron. Like to fly fish a little myself.
Oh, I hope it's great. And, Rivka, congratulations! Shouldn't you be on your honeymoon?
Trout meuniere with lemon zest and toasted almonds and parsley
Thanks drbabs! We're waiting till winter -- thinkin' Argentina.
Bacon, sage and perhaps some walnuts too.
@Thirschfeld-Were coming up on steelhead season in Oregon!
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