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Trout....

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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
got a 110g fillet of trout in the fridge to eat tomorrow you sea.

any one got any ideas on cooking it.

reps for good answers.
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
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#1
Roast it.
#3
BBQ it.
suspended#4
i thought this thread was about that program earlier lol oooppsss hahahaha
#5
deek72
Roast it.

:?

thanks, think I might dash flour then pan fry it, either that or breadcrumb it so far.
t0mm
BBQ it.

lol que...
#6
In a cooker :thumbsup:
#7
How many did you catch? ;-)
#8
Also I hope by creating this thread to raise the awareness of the importance of omega oils 3,6 and 9.

modoc
How many did you catch? ;-)


bout tree fiddy
#9
black gerbil1
:?
thanks, think I might dash flour then pan fry it, either that or breadcrumb it so far.

Can't go wrong with baking in foil.
#11
black gerbil1
bout tree fiddy


Thought so
#13
black gerbil1
Also I hope by creating this thread to raise the awareness of the importance of omega oils 3,6 and 9.


nope, didnt even come across my mind :roll:
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Take a square of baking parchment (or tinfoil) large enough to hold the fillet.
Pour a few drips of olive oil on paper and spread out using fingers.

Use a potato peeler to peel thin strips of courgette, carrot and fennel.

Place a few strips of veggies on the oiled paper, curled up together.

Place fillet skin side down on veggies and season well with salt and pepper.

Curl some more veg strips on top.

Drizzle a little dry white wine (or vermouth) over fish.

Fold paper over fillet and double fold edges to make a sealed parcel.

Place on a baking tray in an oven at 180 degrees for 12 minutes.

When ready, place on a plate and open the paper parcel at the table.

Serve with boiled and buttered Maris Peer or Maris Piper potatoes.


ENJOY! :thumbsup:
#15


sounds rank.

@ cannyscot, thanks reputation points received.
#16
What is it with you and tree fiddy? lol Im guessing you had it said to you a few weeks ago and you keep saying it like it's a new thing :roll:

Well, i suggest with a little expertise you roast it, lemon and herbs, saute potatoes and asparagus

should be nice ;-)
#17
Fry it.
#18
snowflake
What is it with you and tree fiddy? lol Im guessing you had it said to you a few weeks ago and you keep saying it like it's a new thing :roll


Class! :thumbsup:
#19
snowflake;3037939
What is it with you and tree fiddy? lol Im guessing you had it said to you a few weeks ago and you keep saying it like it's a new thing :roll:

Well, i suggest with a little expertise you roast it, lemon and herbs, saute potatoes and asparagus

should be nice ;-)

Reminds me of "brb gta"

Kids eh?
#20
Cook in the oven in foil.
Serve with a creamy mushroom sauce on a bed of rice and with a green vegetable. Broccoli or asparagus if you are feelling flush.
Then serve it to me. One of my favourites
#21
If you havent used it by now, and still stuck for an idea, how about Trout Pate...........u know, posh fish paste ;-)

http://http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/life_and_style/food_and_drink/nigella_lawson/article2322453.ece

i love it! :)
banned#22
snowflake;3037939
What is it with you and tree fiddy? lol Im guessing you had it said to you a few weeks ago and you keep saying it like it's a new thing :roll:

to be fair hes been saying it for months, funny if you get it
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=plShzNaq9wk&feature=related
#23
Stick it in a mug and microwave it! :thumbsup:
#25
birdyboyuk
Stick it in a mug and microwave it! :thumbsup:


or you could serve it with curry and chips :p
#26
I cook this quite often as my Dad & Brov are both 'fishermen' (I get most of their catch!) & I just put it in an ovenproof dish wrapped in Silver foil with a nob of butter & salt/pepper. No 6 for about half hour depending on the size....... Yummy
There's lots of different ways of cooking both Rainbow & Brown trout ... as with everything the most simple way is often the tastiest!
#27
Ask your mum.
#28
Only 110g?? id prob just snort it raw :p
banned#29
sushi :thumbsup:
#30
If you have a dishwasher, wrap it securely in foil (a couple of layers tightly sealed should do), & steam it - just put it in for a normal wash (but without the soap powder!).

Tastes delicious!:thumbsup:
#31
cis_groupie
If you have a dishwasher, wrap it securely in foil (a couple of layers tightly sealed should do), & steam it - just put it in for a normal wash (but without the soap powder!).

Tastes delicious!:thumbsup:


Wow top waste of 20L water :thumbsup:
#32
Wow top waste of 20L water
lol!
You can do the dishes at the same time - just don't use soap powder.
#33
cis_groupie
lol!
You can do the dishes at the same time - just don't use soap powder.


Lol fish tasting dishes, uh i heaved at the thought :p
[helper]#34
You shouldn't be messing around with hot pans and ovens without a grown-up to help....

Just eat raw - sushi style.

Keep a bucket handy for later though.

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