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Cooking Trout

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I have caught many a trout and cooked them many differnt ways. I have allways just kept what i ate, but my wife has different ideas now.I have H.B.P. So no more salt or pan frying.Any other ideas, other than cooking them on a stick over a fire on the bank. Thanks for any response. I love this fourm. It has been most helpful to me and I hope it will coutinue to be so. Thanks again all.

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I have always grilled mine. Just gut them, like usual, put a little butter in the body cavity, sprinkle with a littel lemon juice, and some lemon pepper, and wrap them in foil and grill untill the eyes are white. Don't forget to flip them!

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Check the recpipes forum. There are some in there and you could search for more...

Here is one I posted...

If you can , filet them...Trout over 13" are the best for this, the smaller ones it doesn't seem to work.

On a charcoal grill with the coals on the sides, we put alum foil down on the grill rack. Lightly spray with oil. Put the filets on the foil and grill. Add a season salt, if you wish.

If you want a smoked flavor- put wood chips on the coals and smoke them.

We don't use a lot of coals and it usually takes an hour and a half to cook. Reapply wood chips as needed. We use apple most of the time.

It is nice, very few/no bones and easy to eat.

Good luck.

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