Trout

trout

Trout are among the most popular food fish. The classic and probably best known way to prepare trout is the fried trout miller. Trout blue is also popular, with which the trout are cooked in vinegar broth. Trout are also popular for grilling, as they have a relatively firm flesh. Trout can also be baked in the oven or smoked.

All data per 100 g:
Calories
Carbohydrates
Protein
Fat
102 kcal
0 g
19 g
2 g

Recipes with Trout

Baked trout in vegetable bed
Baked trout in vegetable bed Baked trout in the vegetable bed is simply baked in the oven. The trout becomes tender and remains juicy. ...
Grilled trout
Grilled trout The trout can be grilled on the charcoal grill or in the oven. A rotating double grate in fish shape makes turning easier. ...
trout
Trout is also easy for beginners to cook. Preheat oven to 220°. ...
Trout blue
Trout blue is a classic among fish dishes. To make the trout blue with vinegar, the outer layer of slime must not be damaged. ...
Trout Fricassee
Trout Fricassee For the sauce of the trout fricassee a strong fish stock is cooked first. To do this, fillet the trout, remove the bones and fill the fish waste into a pot. ...
Trout fried
Trout fried Fried trout is a Mexican variant for which the trout is first marinated in a hot marinade. The spice mixture may appear unusual, but gives the trout its special aroma when fried. ...
Trout in a Roman pot
Trout in a Roman pot For trout in the Römertopf, first fill the lid of the Römertopf with water. In the meantime peel the vegetables and potatoes, cut them into thin slices and mix them. ...
Trout in bacon coat
Trout in bacon coat is prepared on the baking tray in the oven. Preheat baking oven to 180° C. ...
Trout in baking oven
Trout in baking oven Trout in the oven simply succeeds, does no work and tastes very juicy and aromatic. You can easily prepare trout in the baking oven even in larger quantities. ...

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