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Trouts are an excellent source of protein and omega 3s, and usually much cheaper than their other fish counterparts. When choosing trout, look for shiny scales, and meat that is firm to the touch. Pan-frying this fish makes for easy bone and skin removal (but some of us enjoy the crunchy skin). It's nicely paired with a bright and zesty sauce that does not have added oils or butters, as it's rather rich on its own. This takes around 15 minutes to throw together, so it's great for busier days.
Prep Time: 7 minutes
Cook Time: 8 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Yield: 2 servings
Season fish in salt and pepper. Place fish in well-greased, shallow baking pan. Combine bread crumbs, onion, pickle and paprika and stuff into slits made in fish.
Generously brush fish with salad oil and cover dish with foil. Bake at 350 degrees F for 40-60 minutes.
By Robin from Washington, IA
Combine ingredients, except paprika, in a small bowl. Place the fillets in a greased, hinged wire grill or on skewers. Baste fish with sauce and sprinkle with paprika.
Mix eggs in a separate bowl. Mix flour, pepper and your favorite seasoning in another bowl. Place trout filets in egg mixture, then coat with flour; repeat (double coat).
In a separate dish, mix remaining ingredients together and pour over fish...
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I would love a simple, easy, yummy recipe for pickled trout/fish.
By M Reno
I'm working up to pickling fish. This is the pdf file I found. Now to catch the fish to pickle. lol