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I have 3 great recipes that will follow. Also, you can simply dip them in flour,egg &seasoned panko
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Posted to Thread #18140 at 9:34 pm on Apr 28, 2010
and pan-fry them a few minutes per side. Serve with lemon wedges (optional).
P.S. You're lucky they're already filleted!
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Other messages in this thread:
- 18140. Our neighbor gave me four frozen trout (that he caught last weekend). - Amanda_Pennsylvania - 4:15pm on 04/28/10 (9)
- Ooh, I love trout! Warning - they're loaded with bones - The larger center bones are fairly easy to - Meryl - 4:38pm on 04/28/10
- P.S. I just googled "how to fillet a trout," and there are some good instructions out there. [NT] - Meryl - 4:40pm on 04/28/10
- They are fresh water; I imagine they're rainbow as that's most common around here. - Amanda_Pennsylvania - 9:18pm on 04/28/10
- I have 3 great recipes that will follow. Also, you can simply dip them in flour,egg &seasoned panko - Meryl - 9:34pm on 04/28/10
- Pan-Fried Trout with Green Onions [LINK] - Meryl - 9:35pm on 04/28/10
- Here ya go Amanda. I loved this one. Rec: Trout with Cucumber and Sour Cream [NT] [LINK] - FloriSandy - 11:01pm on 04/28/10
- Thanks, all. I'll let you know how they turn out. Hopefully I won't ruin them! [NT] - Amanda_Pennsylvania - 11:52pm on 04/29/10