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This is a great recipe for cooking a whole trout or salmon and is ideal for serving at dinner parties. It can be served hot or cold and takes very little preparation.
Here's a good recipe that works nicely on the barbecue and can also be cooked indoors if you prefer; Trout baked in Newspaper. The beauty of this recipe is that the fish gets cooked in the steam from the wet newspaper thus keeping it moist, and the skin tends to come off when you unwrap the newspaper making it one of the easiest ways to cook fish too.
This spicy recipe is great for whole fish or fillets. It's also nice and quick, so great when time is short.
This is a recipe that will warm you up nicely after a day out in the cold. A creamy Fisherman's Pie with a twist. The smoked trout we use adds an extra touch of class to a proven favourite.
Small trout up to about 1lb in size often taste best lightly fried in butter. This has to be the easiest and quickest way to cook a trout.
This is a nice way to eat trout that is often popular with those who don't like trout in general. The fishcakes go very nicely with a crisp salad or as part of a simple meal with baked beans, etc.
Baking a trout in foil is a good way of cooking a large trout or fillets because it keeps the fish nice and moist. This recipe uses the basic ingredients but you can add almost anything you like for a bit of variety.
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