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Fresh Trout Recipes


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Hi All:

 

I have to apologize but this Blog is 'a little fishy'.

 

I had a request for a fresh trout recipe. I did a web search and I found this website: http://www.conservation.state.mo.us/fish/s...out/recipes.htm.

 

This site will tell you EVERYTHING you need to know about trout. How to clean it, how to cook it different ways, how to freeze it or how to 'thaw' after you have frozen it.

 

To do a recipe web search, just type in what you are looking for, in this case, Fresh Trout Recipes. When I typed this in, I came up with 4714 different pages, or recipes. You can look at them and pick out one your family might like.

 

Hope this helped you. In the meantime ...............................

 

 

Keep on Cookin'

 

Chef Denny

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After you've cleaned the fish, fill the cavity with sliced lemons, shaved almonds, and two tablespoons of butter. Wrap the fish in aluminum foil and barbeque 3 to 4 minutes a side, or throw them wrapped under the broiler - Incredible!

 

I love fresh fish -!

 

Sorry Denny for stealing your blog for my recipe!

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Denny, your URL didn't work for me. Maybe I did something wrong when trying to copy/paste the address.

Thanks Vicki, sounds yummy. We'll have to buy some lemons before we fish so as to not delay the gratification of our catch. smile.gif

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All you did was leave off the hyper text beginning. I'm glad you did though, I went to the site to find the link, stayed and looked around. It's a cool site, thanks.

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Thanks a million, Cinder and Chef Denny. I'm printing out the info as I type.. to give to Hubby so he can cook, etc the trout we catch this weekend. Wow, it was 5 pages.

God Bless,

Janice

 

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