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  • Hey superchub

    I saw on another board that you have a recipe for a trout casserole. Would the chef care to share his secret recipe? If so, please email me. Thanks!


    Bent Rods Work Best!

  • #2
    Hmmmm....That may not be me...I have some recipes for trout but I don't think I have a casserole recipe...what board...may be an impostor I'll need to have Owl hunt down and dispatch!

    Pat

    [This message has been edited by superchub (edited 05-27-2001).]
    "The gods do not deduct from man's allotted span, the hours spent in fishing."

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    • #3
      Chub,

      He probably was refering to the trout dish you made when we camped the first time. I think in was in the Smokies. I just remember it was good.

      The Grizz

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      • #4
        If its the Smokey Mountain Trout dish:
        1. <LI>Take two or three fresh caught trouts, gutted and headed (uh...I mean cleaned :&gt; )
          <LI>Heat a little olive oil in a cast iron skillet to very hot.
          <LI>Toss in the trout and sear until the flesh comes off the bone...remove to a holding dish (piece of aluminum foil)
          <LI>Start your basil tomato noodles boiling
          <LI>Wipe out the skillet and place 2 TBL. of butter in the pan...heat until it browns..very hot
          <LI>Drain off any liquid that has accumulated from the trout.
          <LI>Sprinkle blackened Redfish seasoning over the trout, coating well.
          <LI>Toss the trout into the hot pan and blacken quickly... remove and set aside.
          <LI>Take a packet of pasta primavera sauce and prepare in the skillet. (follow the sauce packet directions) If you want a spicy sauce don't wipe out the pan after blackening. (I like the sauce less spicy to balance the blackening so I clean the pan before making the sauce. Keep the sauce very hot.
          <LI>Drain the noodles.
          <LI>Chop up some fresh spinach and sprinkle over the noodles.
          <LI>Pour the sauce over the noodles and spinach, top with the blackened trout.
          <LI>MMMMM...GOOD!

        Pat


        [This message has been edited by superchub (edited 06-02-2001).]
        "The gods do not deduct from man's allotted span, the hours spent in fishing."

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        • #5
          Whoooooooooa. I'd like to hunt and dispatch some of that ! Mmmmmmmmm......when's dinner ?

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          • #6
            Thanks! That sounds absolutely delicious. I will definitely try it with the fish I catch on my yearly trip from Southwest Georgia in a couple of weeks.

            Bent rods work best!

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