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Rainbow Trout meets the Big Green Egg

ravnhausravnhaus Posts: 311
edited 7:35PM in EggHead Forum
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<p />Hoping to maintain a health heart I have recently been spending a little more time in the fish market. One of my favorite rediscoveries has been the rainbow trout. Even though our fish choices are many, I keep going back to this most delectable specimen.
A quick dish to prepare, it is perfect for those hectic weeknight meals.
If you haven't tried one lately, I would highly recommend giving it a try.
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[ul][li]Rainbow trout meets the Big Green Egg[/ul]

Comments

  • ravnhaus,
    Beautiful! You've inspired me to seek out some trout for dinner tonight. If it stops raining long enough to light the Egg.
    Cheers,
    G

  • ravnhaus,
    nothing better than that!

  • cuppycuppy Posts: 12
    ravnhaus,
    hey,looks real nice. how did u get them flattened out so nice on the grill. looks like you took the 'spine '? out.
    and if u did , how did u do it without a lot of fish bones sticking out. I did some whole trout on the grill but just cleaned and gutted .they came out good with a nice smokey flavor, but, WOW, YOURS look absolutely DEVINE, AND I WANT TO TRY IT 'YOUR WAY.

  • cuppy,
    They came that way from the market.
    I got some last night from an inferior market (hey, they were cheaper), they were not deboned, and to top that off, when I took my first bite they weren't any good. I had to throw them away and cook an emergency sirloin.[p]Note to self: Smell the fish before buying it!

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