Baked Rainbow Trout

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2011/01/23 08:30:42 (permalink)

Baked Rainbow Trout

My husband mentioned he was in the mood for baked stuffed fish so off I went to my local fish store to see what looked good. I found these two beauties and decided they were just the ticket!

 
I made a seafood stuffing with shrimp, scallops and crabmeat. I sauted onion, celery, garlic and red pepper in a little olive oil and unsalted butter. I added fresh parsley and thyme and a splash of white wine. As a binder, about half a sleeve of Ritz crackers, crushed.

 
I sprinkled the fish inside and out with lemon juice, salt and pepper. I made more stuffing than I probably needed but managed to stuff it all in! I topped the fish with a little softened butter and baked them at 375 degrees about 30 minutes.


They came out wonderfully! so good!


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    will_work_4_bbq
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    Re:Baked Rainbow Trout 2011/01/23 09:47:30 (permalink)
    They look spectacular!  Bravo!
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    ann peeples
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    Re:Baked Rainbow Trout 2011/01/23 10:48:22 (permalink)
    Love rainbow trout! And your recipe, along with the delightful stuffing, sounds and looks fantastic!!
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    Re:Baked Rainbow Trout 2011/01/23 11:35:22 (permalink)
    Agnes, those fish are beautiful and I think they need to be on my dinner menu at some point.
     
    Thank you for posting the pictures and recipe.
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    Re:Baked Rainbow Trout 2011/01/23 12:13:10 (permalink)
    A solid 10, congrats, delicious stuffing recipe!!
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    Re:Baked Rainbow Trout 2011/01/23 12:49:12 (permalink)
    Great recipe! I'm saving it for future use.
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    Re:Baked Rainbow Trout 2011/01/23 12:51:45 (permalink)
    A question: Did you bake them covered or, uncovered?
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    Re:Baked Rainbow Trout 2011/01/23 13:00:07 (permalink)
    Thanks.  It is nice to see some contributions in this category.
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    Re:Baked Rainbow Trout 2011/01/24 06:57:58 (permalink)
    Twinwillow

    A question: Did you bake them covered or, uncovered?

    I started them out loosely covered with foil and then removed it for the last ten minutes or so.
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    Re:Baked Rainbow Trout 2011/01/24 10:33:52 (permalink)
    I don't like scallops, but other than that, congratulations, because those are MASTERPIECES!  I'm a rainbow trout fan, too.  What a to-die-for dish!
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    Re:Baked Rainbow Trout 2011/01/24 11:28:46 (permalink)
    Many thanks.
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    Re:Baked Rainbow Trout 2011/01/24 13:04:27 (permalink)
    They look delicious.  Thank you for showing that frying is not the only way to cook a fish.
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    Re:Baked Rainbow Trout 2011/01/24 13:11:28 (permalink)
    Who needs the trout? That stuffing sounds beyond fantastic!
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    Re:Baked Rainbow Trout 2011/01/24 13:19:27 (permalink)
    Michael Hoffman

    Who needs the trout? That stuffing sounds beyond fantastic!

     
    Amen to that, Michael. My thoughts as well.
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    Re:Baked Rainbow Trout 2011/01/24 13:32:42 (permalink)
    Twinwillow

    Michael Hoffman

    Who needs the trout? That stuffing sounds beyond fantastic!


    Amen to that, Michael. My thoughts as well.

    I'd add some butter and fill large scallop shells with the stuffing and bake them till golden brown.
     
    In fact, I'm going to do it. Off to the store now to get some shrimp, scallops and lump crab meat. (I have the scallop shells.)

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    Re:Baked Rainbow Trout 2011/01/24 14:24:23 (permalink)
    Your Hubby is a Lucky Man, but I'm sure you've already told him that! If I said something like that, my wife would say, "Go get them and fix them yourself!"
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    Re:Baked Rainbow Trout 2011/01/24 16:47:53 (permalink)
    Michael Hoffman

    Twinwillow

    Michael Hoffman

    Who needs the trout? That stuffing sounds beyond fantastic!


    Amen to that, Michael. My thoughts as well.

    I'd add some butter and fill large scallop shells with the stuffing and bake them till golden brown.

    In fact, I'm going to do it. Off to the store now to get some shrimp, scallops and lump crab meat. (I have the scallop shells.)

     
    Damn, Michael. You're reading my mind again!
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    Re:Baked Rainbow Trout 2011/01/24 17:45:21 (permalink)

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    Re:Baked Rainbow Trout 2011/01/25 16:40:15 (permalink)
    As a matter of fact I have the same idea. I am going to make more just to eat by itself! Maybe with a salad on the side.
    post edited by agnesrob - 2011/01/25 16:46:05
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