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Any good Brook Trout recipes out there.


I want to cook Brookies for dinner tomorrow night, but the wife doesn't want the same old fish floured and fried in butter. I need a new to cook these guys. Any thought?

 

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    collegedad 4 years ago

    That does sound good! I bet it would work well for Whitefish and Walleye too.

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    collegedad 4 years ago

    I've heard of this done with crushed corn flake too. Both sound great!

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    collegedad 4 years ago

    You can't go wrong with corn meal. I've eaten a lot fish in cornmeal with Cajun spices...............good stuff!

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    collegedad 4 years ago

    Thanks for the beer batter recipe. I know I lot of folks swear by beer batter, but I've never tried it.

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    collegedad 4 years ago

    When I was a kid I would carry a cast iron pan, a stick of butter, seasoning salt, three 12" barn spikes, and matches. I would catch Brookies and eat them right there on the stream. I never thought of capers or tarragon, but I will from now on!