Deep Fried Mountain Trout

There is nothing like a fresh mountain trout deep fried. You can cook the trout whole or fillet your trout and cook the fillets.
There is nothing like a fresh mountain trout deep fried. You can cook the trout whole or fillet your trout and cook the fillets.

Deep Fried Mountain Trout

There is nothing like a freshly caught deep fried rainbow trout. You can purchase and cook one from your supermarket if you can't obtain a fresh one in your local area. And like I said you'll find that your trout will be wonderful whether you cook it whole or in fillets.

One really important thing is you want to keep it simple.Don't add to many spices to your trout. You want the natural fresh flavor of your delicious trout so keep in mind keep it simple.

Breading For Your Trout

1. 2 Cups Plain All Purpose Flour.

2. 1 Teaspoon Ground Sea Salt.

3. 1 Teaspoon Black Pepper.

4. 1 Teaspoon Ground Cayenne Pepper.

Mix together well the above ingredients and put in a large bowl. Now mix 2 large eggs and 2 cups whole milk in a large bowl and beat together very well. Now comes the important part. Be sure to double bread your trout or trout fillets. You want to place your trout into the bowl of beaten eggs and milk being sure to get the entire trout or trout fillets covered with the milk and egg mixture.

Now place into your dry mixture and be sure to pat the breading into your trout or trout fillets. Now your fish goes back into the milk and egg mixture and then back into the dry mixture. Now you will want to deep fry your trout or trout fillets in a 350 degree deep fryer. Fry your trout or trout fillets until your trout is fried deep golden brown. Serve with lemon wedges and tartar sauce for some of the most delicious fish you will ever eat.

Please feel free to post your comments , tips , or suggestions below. If you fry trout how did it turn out for you. What did you think of the recipe.



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blair 5 years ago

I tried this recipe one of the best deep fried trout I ever had.

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