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Title: Trout Recipe
Post by: Duneman101 on January 12, 2011, 10:54:13 AM
So i am not a fish eater, i love sushi and usually can handle deep fried fish, but for some reason i just haven't been able to eat other cooked fish i remember liking it as a kid, maybe i choked on some or something and have blocked it from memory... i am not sure.  Anyways that trip i took to EC on saturday i felt inspired to keep a couple and try them out, below is the recipe and they were fanfreakintastic!  even my kid ate it...  

I thought about smoking them, then decided that would require more time than i had available, i brined them anyways then baked them wrapped in foil.

Ingredients:

Trout
1 Tablespoon rosemary
1 tablespoon lowrys season salt
2 tablespoon salt
1 quart of water
1/3 cup brown sugar
1/2 stick butter
1 lemon
salt and pepper
tin foil


Mix water, season salt, salt, rosemary and brown sugar in a shallow flat bowl, add fish...  I left this in the fridge covered for about 24 hours.

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cut the lemon and butter into thin slices place lemon and butter slices into the cavity of the fish and on top, season liberally with salt and pepper.

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encase in tin foil tightly place them on a cookie sheet and bake at 350 degrees for 30 min, the two fish i cooked were about 3 inches different in length and the smaller one was a little over cooked, the bigger one probably could have used another 5-10 min.

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Debone and enjoy, my five year old loved this with some tater tots.

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Title: Re: Trout Recipe
Post by: bohicajuan on January 12, 2011, 07:26:39 PM
That DOES look good! O0 O0 O0
Title: Re: Trout Recipe
Post by: 2Nutz on January 12, 2011, 10:44:13 PM
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Title: Re: Trout Recipe
Post by: John Andrews on January 13, 2011, 09:29:18 AM
Looks good!
Title: Re: Trout Recipe
Post by: Big58cal on January 18, 2011, 02:54:32 PM
Looks right tasty.  O0

Now let's see you do that with carp.  :wink:
Title: Re: Trout Recipe
Post by: Duneman101 on January 18, 2011, 04:02:30 PM
Now let's see you do that with carp.  :wink:

sorry to offend old John, but the only thing carp is good for is coyote bait...  or sellin it to the asians or mexicans, they enjoy it.  I tried some smoked carp once...  Almost heaved my guts out!
Title: Re: Trout Recipe
Post by: Big58cal on January 18, 2011, 05:08:12 PM
I tried some smoked carp once...  Almost heaved my guts out!

That seems to be the general consensus.  ;D
Title: Re: Trout Recipe
Post by: bohicajuan on January 18, 2011, 06:22:50 PM
I've met some guys who claim if you cut out the mud vein of a carp prior to cleaning and cooking, soak fillets in butter milk overnight that it makes a big difference.

Sorry, I'll pass on that one.

Eatting a giant goldfish has never been one of the things on my to do list. :idiot2 :idiot2 :idiot2 :idiot2 :idiot2 :buck2 :buck2

I admit they put up a hell of a fight on light tackle and they're fun to shoot with your bow IF you can hit them. I'm not that good and prefer dynamite to stick and string!
Title: Re: Trout Recipe
Post by: Duneman101 on January 18, 2011, 06:26:42 PM
Eatting a giant goldfish has never been one of the things on my to do list. :idiot2 :idiot2 :idiot2 :idiot2 :idiot2 :buck2 :buck2

I admit they put up a hell of a fight on light tackle and they're fun to shoot with your bow IF you can hit them. I'm not that good and prefer dynamite to stick and string!

Amen to that...  i plan to pick up the bow fishing thing this summer, my uncle and cousins do it, they have a good time!   


Boy, i remember the old days in washington when a fish wasn't wanted uncle sam put a bounty on it and it didn't take long to get rid of it...  We use to boat squawfish all day long and take them in for $1.30 a piece, fun day of fishin and a good paycheck to cover the beer for dad and gas money to the lake...  someone needs to do this with carp.
Title: Re: Trout Recipe
Post by: Ks_Sniper on January 18, 2011, 09:00:57 PM
McDonalds is already doing that. A good portion of the carp being extracted from Utah Lake is sold to McDonalds for partial use in the fillet-o-fish sammich. Read an article on it a couple years back. I haven't eaten a McDee's fishy sammich since. :roll:
Title: Re: Trout Recipe
Post by: John Andrews on January 19, 2011, 09:40:47 AM
Hey! Trout is great eating, and so is carp! I betcha if I cooked up a bunch of carp, you fellas would clean up the leftovers!
Title: Re: Trout Recipe
Post by: Duneman101 on January 20, 2011, 11:22:59 AM
Hey! Trout is great eating, and so is carp! I betcha if I cooked up a bunch of carp, you fellas would clean up the leftovers!

I bet if anyone can cook it good, it's you...  I'm still a little leary though.
Title: Re: Trout Recipe
Post by: John Andrews on January 20, 2011, 12:10:46 PM
I bet if anyone can cook it good, it's you...  I'm still a little leary though.
  :) Thanks!  Well, if you get a chance, try it. YUUUMMMMM!
Title: Re: Trout Recipe
Post by: 2Nutz on January 21, 2011, 12:48:48 AM
Hey! Trout is great eating, and so is carp! I betcha if I cooked up a bunch of carp, you fellas would clean up the leftovers!
I would say carp is a more palatable fish than those mud sucken duck turd eaten trout. :-P :-P
Title: Re: Trout Recipe
Post by: Ks_Sniper on January 21, 2011, 02:46:37 AM
Spoken like a man who's eaten his fair share of duck turds. ;D O0
Title: Re: Trout Recipe
Post by: 2Nutz on January 21, 2011, 09:28:03 AM
Yep ate a few trout so I yam what I yam...  ;D ;D
Title: Re: Trout Recipe
Post by: occ on January 21, 2011, 11:50:29 PM
Several of my friends and I go to West Virginia the first full week of May every year to trout fish. These are hatchery released fish that have been fed food pellets that resemble dog food. They are not the best tasting of fish, but we have a breading mixture that we use. After soaking the fillets overnight in buttermilk we pat them dry then bread them in a mixture of cornmeal, self rising flour, Old Bay, and Fry Magic, then deep fry them and they are very good
Title: Re: Trout Recipe
Post by: Ks_Sniper on January 22, 2011, 12:51:41 AM
Hey occ. Haven't seen ya round for a while. Welcome home. :knuppel2 ;)

I may just have ta give that recipe a try. O0
Title: Re: Trout Recipe
Post by: Big58cal on January 24, 2011, 09:37:08 AM
If anyone gets the notion to do it, Greenbo Lake here in KY has a good trout population.  The KDFWR stocks trout in it each year, but the lake is deep enough and is spring fed, so that the water stays cold all year long.  The trout live and thrive there.  When I was stationed there for KY State Parks, I saw some good sized trout pulled out of there quite often.

Greenbo Lake is up in the North Eastern part of the state, where KY, OH, & WV all come together, in Greenup County.
Title: Re: Trout Recipe
Post by: occ on January 24, 2011, 10:57:54 PM
I forgot 1 thing. we always add the Italian bread crumbs. Makes a real nice batter
Title: Re: Trout Recipe
Post by: occ on January 24, 2011, 11:00:29 PM
KS I stop in several times a week but a lot of times I don't have time to post. The computer at home took a crap so I am limited to work, and most times I just have time to read only
Title: Re: Trout Recipe
Post by: bohicajuan on January 25, 2011, 08:26:36 PM

Greenbo Lake is up in the North Eastern part of the state, where KY, OH, & WV all come together, in Greenup County.


That wouldn't happen to be Hatfield and McCoy country would it?
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Title: Re: Trout Recipe
Post by: Big58cal on January 26, 2011, 09:22:33 AM
That wouldn't happen to be Hatfield and McCoy country would it?
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Nope, that's further south.  O0
Title: Re: Trout Recipe
Post by: John Andrews on January 26, 2011, 10:43:29 AM
Nope, that's further south.  O0
  :twisted:  ;D They make sure they stay out of BC's territory!
Title: Re: Trout Recipe
Post by: bohicajuan on February 04, 2011, 04:33:08 PM
Trout season starts here in March, I think that recipe looks great. If I can catch one or two I'll give it a try!! O0 O0 O0 O0
Title: Re: Trout Recipe
Post by: John Andrews on November 23, 2011, 08:53:30 AM
Trout season starts here in March, I think that recipe looks great. If I can catch one or two I'll give it a try!! O0 O0 O0 O0
Just pull the pin and toss it in the water, bo. Instant mess of fish!  :wink: :roll: :twisted: No problem!