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Old 02-05-2013, 11:20 PM   #11
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grilled fish tacos
chowder
snapper veracruz
pecan crusted fish
stuffed flounder........filets on bottom, then wrap stuffing w filets
ceviche
asian stir fry

just use the trout.................many of those call for a firmer , more flaky fish , but the trout will work, just don't cook it till it disintegrates
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Old 04-04-2013, 08:28 AM   #12
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Someone posted a recipe for "Clear Lake Trout" here awhile back. Quick search should find it. Have prepared it several times. Very good!
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Take a can of Rotel,put in a small pot (juice and all) add a little butter, salt, white pepper and garlic. Turn on high and reduce the juice down. Take your fillets coat them lighly in flour. In a skillet put a little oil and butter (not a lot you don't want to fry but pan saute) then pan saute the trout. Top the fillets with your Rotel and your done. Quick and easy.
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Old 04-05-2013, 09:27 AM   #14
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Coat filets with Dijon mustard. Shake in bag with cajun seasoned Panko. Pan fry in olive oil till golden.
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Cajun Speckle Trout
Crush regular praline crackers into semi-rough powder (meal)
Add Toniís seasoning to the cracker meal.
Take the fresh fillets and coat them with yellow mustard. (I picked this technique up in Louisiana, the mustard cooks off leaving no after taste and it gets the meal to stick to the fillet great)
Add meal and fillets into a zip lock bag mix well
Pre heat ľ inches of extra virgin olive oil and fry the fillet until cooked to preference
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I've made my speckle trout a few times like this minus the salad he makes. I seasoned it with Tony's.

I use this for fish tacos or just plain right off the plate with other sides.

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Trout Patties!!! I have used this recipe on freshwater trout as well.

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Tempura is good also
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Bake trout

Fillet of trout coat top of trout with (mix Panko and old bay seasoning). Bake til done
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Make pan out of aluminum foil. Add little Olive oil. Cover pan with onion slices. Put trout filets with your favorite seasoning on top of onions. Grill until almost done. Add thin slices of velveta and some of your favorite salsa in top of filets. Finish for a couple of minutes. Taste little trout enchiladas to me.
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Make 'paste' of:

mayo

parm cheese
worchestire
lime juice


coat one side of filet heavily. bake in oven, last few minutes turn oven to 'broil' so the paste will have a good crust. Enjoy!
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