recipies for trout

Discussion in 'Fishing' started by ky_great_white_bowhunter, Feb 13, 2002.

  1. ky_great_white_bowhunter

    ky_great_white_bowhunter 6 pointer

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    I was wantinf to find out what kind of recipies ya,ll use for trout. I am wanting to try some new recipies. Thanks
     
  2. MQ1ofKy

    MQ1ofKy 6 pointer

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    I can't recall if I ever did anything but grill them....This is the only thing I've done in the past....I usually put butter and some lemon pepper inside them and shake a little on the skin...Throw on the grill....peal and eat....Yummmyyyyy..
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  3. thunderstorm

    thunderstorm 8 pointer

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    I'll 2nd MQ1. I usually wrap the trout in foil with butter and seasoning and throw on the grill. The best way and the easiest way.
     
  4. raktrakr

    raktrakr Cyber-Hunter

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    i like fryin them suckers with corn meal,thats my favorite

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  5. ky_great_white_bowhunter

    ky_great_white_bowhunter 6 pointer

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    I found one that sounds pretty good:
    Its called Brown Butter Trout.
    It takes about 10 min to prepare and you must use real butter.
    Take a small lunch sack and puor 1 cup of flour into it. Drop fish into the bag and shake and set the fish aside. Melt the real butter in a sauce pan adding 1/2 tsp lemon juice. Cook butter over med heat, constantly stirring until butter turn into a brown sauce set on simmer. Fry coated trout in another frying pan, adding onions, mushrooms, or what ever you fancy on med heat. Serve trout with sizzling hot brown sauce over it along with some veggies

    IT FINGER LICKING GOOD
     
  6. Bowcrazy

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    For pan fried in an iron skillet try this simple one. Make some fine bread crumbs in a blender. Mix in a little salt and pepper. Experiment with other spices you like. Dip fish in egg/milk mixture, roll in the bread crumbs, and fry over medium heat in good quality butter. This is simple but heavenly. Trout are delicate and do not cook well in oil over high heat.

    Of course Hemingway perferred the blueing of the trout, a french technique I believe, that used vinegar and resulted in the trout magically turning blue at the moment it was cooked just right.

    Oh man, I may head for the tailwaters tonight. I bet they'll be hitting bout daylight.
     
  7. 45 Caliber

    45 Caliber 6 pointer

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    I always try to fillet my trout and let the fillets soak in lemon juice overnight. Next, I leave the lemon juice on the fillets (never rinse off) batter and fry the fillets in olive oil. YUMMIII!!
     
  8. Bowcrazy

    Bowcrazy Cyber-Hunter

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    Sounds like something I'd like to try 45, what do you use for batter?
     
  9. 45 Caliber

    45 Caliber 6 pointer

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    Bowcrazy...

    I use McCormick Golden Dipt Fry Easy brand fish fry for batter. It has a really good taste. You can find it a Krogers.

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  10. KY_Xcutter

    KY_Xcutter 6 pointer

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    I always put em in foil with some butter and lemon pepper wrapped them up good and throw em on the grill!!!
     
  11. grassblade

    grassblade Spike

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    I know a man, a good man at that. He lives right up the road form me and he knows all the tricks of cooking anything that you could possibly think of. And trout, oh man can he cook a trout. I will get the recipie and post it up here in a couple of days. Or if you come up this was you can ask him youself!
     

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