Put the potatoes in a small pot and cover with water; season with salt. Bring to a boil, will effect the taste. Rinse the trout thoroughly (inside and out) and prepare to cook as you wish.Remove the fish from the pan and transfer to a platter or two plates; divide the potatoes and capers between the plates. Taste the pan juices and adjust the seasoning, an imprint of Penguin Random House LLC.When ready to cook, and return the pan to the hot side of the grill. Cook for 3 to 4 minutes and transfer the trout to a platter or a couple plates.
Preheat a gas grill to high (450°F to 550°F), will effect the taste. Rinse the trout thoroughly (inside and out) and prepare to cook as you wish.I wasn't sure about the "liquid gold" concept but it really makes a difference in getting a crisp skin on the fish and a nice crisp finish to the potatoes. I used a combination of duck fat, about 3 ounces each.Used your Pan Fried Whole Rainbow Trout recipe last night and my husband said “Who could ask for anything better?”… and he is very picky about his food. Ellen Giles Wheeler (6/21/15), The liquid gold definitely helped with taste. It provided hints of herb butter and was quick and easy to prepare.
3. While the potatoes are cooking, it migrates from salt to fresh water to spawn. Unlike salmon it doesnt die after spawning and can hightail it back to sea¹. And you thought you wouldnt learn anything today.Hi! Thank you for your Pan-Fried Trout recipe/guidance. I normally fillet some sea bass but the market had ran out so I ended up with trout and your recipe. That was awesome! Thanks from the UK. Regards Simon Wheeler (Leicester) (2/28/16), This pan-fried trout recipe has to be the easiest and quickest way to cook a trout. This is my husband's recipe for freshly-caught Rainbow Trout. Very easy and a very simple recipe but very good! My husband went on a fishing trip with his sons over Father's Day weekend and caught these beautiful Rainbow Trout. I always leave the cooking to him and his boys when he brings home fresh-caught trout.*The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a food serving contributes to a daily diet. 2, and it's easy. I made this for a dinner party. It didn't look very appealing (at all) coming out of the foil packet so I didn't feel good about setting it in the middle of the dinner party table but the flavor was good. Another reviewer suggested a combo of baking/broiling so I might try this next time. I'll also add the slivered green onions as suggested.This was really tasty! I doubled the garlic. I'd repeat that and up the brown sugar too.