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speckled trout recipes #7321786 10/21/18 06:06 PM
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Wanting to stay away from the fryer, whats a good one for the oven or grill...


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You can grill them with skin and scales just like reds. Hot grill do not then. You can start the cooking process by placing them meat side down in a plate of limoncello juice.

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Thank you sir, I will try it.


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Makes great ceviche.


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Blacken them. Awesome taste and a good show. Just do it outside.

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Pan seared trout tacos

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Originally Posted By: 68rustbucket
Pan seared trout tacos


Tacos always a winner.

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The best Iíve ever had was after a fishing trip at SPI. Had fished cleaned by deck hand, then carried up to restaurant above. Canít get any fresher. Trout never tastes the same after itís been frozen.

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Pan seared trout tacos


Tacos always a winner.
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Originally Posted By: Gumbeaux
Blacken them. Awesome taste and a good show. Just do it outside.


My new go to.

I second the do it outside. I dry the fillets, lightly brush with olive oil and season generously with zatarans blackening seasoning. I have an electric nonstick skillet, I wished it got a little hotter, but it works really well for the task and is nice to take outside and use.

Stay away from thick pieces.


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Blackened. Hot cast iron skillet, butter, blackening seasoning of your choice. As mentioned, do it outside. It's awesome.

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Originally Posted By: skinnerback
Blackened. Hot cast iron skillet, butter, blackening seasoning of your choice. As mentioned, do it outside. It's awesome.


I've always used butter as well. Never tried olive oil.

Cast iron skillet as well.

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Blackened. Hot cast iron skillet, butter, blackening seasoning of your choice. As mentioned, do it outside. It's awesome.


I've always used butter as well. Never tried olive oil.

Cast iron skillet as well.


Put it on the fish rather than in the pan whatever you use.


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olive oil cooking spray a non-stick skillet (or seasoned cast iron), dust fillet with blackening seasoning, medium heat for a few minutes per side to add a bit of a crunch ... we do this with various type of fish about once a week.

I've made up my own blackening seasoning ... based off Paul Prudhomme's recipe but I dial back the cayenne a little and up the garlic & onion ... recipe


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