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Trout is a freshwater fish. It has very delicately flavored flesh and is higher in fat than other fish but still a healthy choice. You can purchase it both fresh or frozen and it's often sold whole or in fillets. You can also get smoked trout (which is delicious!).
If you can't find trout at your local fish market or grocery store, you can substitute salmon in these recipes. Other good substitutes are char, shad, and ocean perch.
Whole Rainbow Trout With Lemon, Fennel And Shallots
photo: UltimateCook Made with Cilantro leaves, Freshly ground black pepper, Kosher salt, thyme, Rainbow Trout, garlic, Olive Oil, fennel bulb, shallot, lemon oven Russian-Style Trout photo: gamedog Made with parsley, trout, salt, white pepper, eggs, milk, bread crumbs, corn or peanut oil, butter, hard-cooked eggs outdoor grill Baked Trout
photo: Momma_of_2_boys Made with Italian salad dressing mix, trout or bluefish oven Rosemary Rainbow Trout
photo: bizspirit Made with lemon, non-stick cooking spray, trout, salt, black pepper, fresh rosemary oven Baked Trout with Fresh Garden Herbs Made with unsalted butter, trout, salt and pepper, fresh parsley, green onions, fresh sage, chives, fresh rosemary, fresh thyme, garlic oven
Whole Trout Baked In Foil Made with dry white wine, unsalted butter, fresh epazote, trout, tomatoes, salt, white onion, jalapeno chiles oven Grill Smoked Trout Made with hickory chips, parsley sprigs, whole fresh trout, coarse sea salt or kosher salt outdoor grill
Broiled Trout Mediterranean Made with Worcestershire sauce, garlic, trout fillets, olive oil, white wine, butter, oregano, parsley, onion, lemon juice oven