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Grilled trout

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15m 15m 2-Pretty easy 2520
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Added by Jared on 24 November 2007
tomwardill forked this on 9 March 2009 (3 descendants)

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With fish, it's always best to keep it simple. The only way you can do it better than this, is over the fire while you're camping.


Makes 2 servings

  • 2 whole trout (gutted)
  • 1 bunch of flat leaf parsley (roughly chopped)
  • 1 clove of garlic (diced)
  • Olive oil
  • Salt
  • Pepper

Preparation (Some HTML is OK)

Heat your grill and rub it down with olive oil, this will help to prevent the fish from sticking. Whilst it's heating, put a handful of salt and a handful of pepper into a grocery bag. Add the fish and shake it around until the fish is well seasoned. Let it sit for 5 mins, the salt will help take the water out of the fish, and make it better for grilling. Take the fish out of the bag, scrape off any excess salt, and stuff the inside of the fish with the garlic and parsley (you won't eat this bit, it's just for flavour). Place on the grill, and cook on each side until the meat is flakey but still firm. Serve with a salad and some french bread.

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Comments (1)

  • fjordaan said on 16 Jan 2008:

    If it's 2 servings, I guess you're talking about fairly small trout. They get pretty big, you know.

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