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Worlds Best Rainbow Trout

Updated on June 7, 2011
This really is the worlds best recipe for rainbow trout. Farm raised rainbow trout is usually available at your local supermarket. Try this recipe and I think you will agree that it is the worlds best recipe for rainbow trout.
This really is the worlds best recipe for rainbow trout. Farm raised rainbow trout is usually available at your local supermarket. Try this recipe and I think you will agree that it is the worlds best recipe for rainbow trout.

Worlds Best Rainbow Trout

Here in this recipe you can use a whole rainbow trout and I think that this recipe really does make the Worlds Best Rainbow Trout. Farm raised rainbow trout are now available at most grocery stores and supermarkets. And I really do believe if you try this recipe you will agree that it really is the worlds best rainbow trout. If you can only get fillets of rainbow trout you can use them in this recipe but a whole rainbow trout makes a beautiful presentation at the table.

Rainbow Trout and Tilapia are the two mildest fishes that I know of and both can be made into some of the most delicious fish dishes that you will ever eat. You can fry , broil , steam , or bake Rainbow Trout and in this recipe we are going to bake our rainbow trout in a tin foil package in the oven.

You will want to spray the side of the tin foil that will be touching your rainbow trout with a vegetable cooking spray to prevent the rainbow trout from sticking to the tin foil.

For Your Recipe You Will Need.

1. One Rainbow Trout with Head on for each person you want to serve.

2. Several Lemons cut into slices.

3. Several Sprigs of Rosemary broke up.

4. Salt and Black Pepper to taste.

Instructions For Cooking Your Rainbow Trout

To start with sprinkle each of your rainbow trout inside and out with salt and black pepper. Now as in the photo line it inside with rosemary as in the photo and several slices of lemon. Squeeze some lemon all over the rainbow trout.

You will want to seal each rainbow trout inside a tin foil package and be sure that you have it sealed tightly to keep the steam inside your tinfoil package. Pre heat your oven to 400 degrees and place your trout in the tin foil packages into a baking pan and bake for 45 minutes. About halfway through the baking time turn your tin foil packages over to insure that your rainbow trout get cooked evenly.

If your trout flakes easily with a fork then the rainbow trout is done. You can place each rainbow trout on a plate and you can serve with saffron yellow rice and asparagus for a very delicious meal.

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Did you make this recipe for the worlds best rainbow trout. Please post below and let us know how it turned out for you.
Did you make this recipe for the worlds best rainbow trout. Please post below and let us know how it turned out for you.
The text content of this hub page was produced for this hub page by Thomas Byers aka Crazyhorsesghost and no part of this text is to be copied and posted on any other web site.
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      JennS 

      3 years ago

      Is there a temperature and cook time change if you are not using whole Rainbow Trout?

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      Webwopper 

      4 years ago

      The pic shows using dill instead which sounds more delish than rosemary.

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      Thomas Byers 

      5 years ago from East Coast , United States

      If you don't like rosemary then don't try it. If you do like rosemary then its wonderful.

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      Sharon 

      5 years ago

      If you are not a fan of rosemary, which I am not, but thought I would try this anyway. It was ruined. I couldn't even eat it. I happen to like the flavor of fish, so why cover it up. I am kicking myself, as I love fish.

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      Rainbow Trout Lover 

      8 years ago

      Really great recipe here. So delicious and tasty. Wonderful flavor.

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      Thomas Byers 

      8 years ago from East Coast , United States

      Thanks for the great comments. And yes Baked Rainbow Trout is so very delicious.

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      Godslittlechild 

      8 years ago

      This sounds realllllly good!

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      livingsta 

      8 years ago from United Kingdom

      Hmm...now from yummy tilapia to trout..will have to try all your recipes one by one..it is so nice to see these recipes..all new..keep up the good work crazyhorsesghost

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