Category: Trout

Macadamia_Crusted Ocean Trout

Macadamia Crusted Ocean Trout

Caramalised carrots served as a side dish with macadamia crusted ocean trout fillets, You can make this delicious seafood meal in just a few simple steps!

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Trout Fillets with Lemon Sauce

Trout Fillets with Lemon Sauce

These quick-cooking trout fillets are an excellent choice for an appetiser in a hurry. For a healthy meal, serve this lemon-glazed trout with a side of sauteed spinach.

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Deep-Fried Coral Trout with Salad

Deep-Fried Coral Trout with Salad

Deep-fried fillets of coral trout are served here with a delightful salad and dressing with a distinct Japanese flavour.

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Egg and Potato Salad with Smoked Trout

The ingredients in this salad work unbelievably well together and convey all the the colour, crunch and creaminess you’d need in a side dish or main meal. This dish works equally well as a snack or light lunch also.

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Trucha en Salsa de Macadamia - Trout in Macadamia Sauce

Trucha en Salsa de Macadamia – Trout in Macadamia Sauce

An easy Mexican fish dish of sauteed trout fillets bathed in a delicious sauce of macadamia nuts.

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Smoked Trout Risotto

Smoked Trout Risotto

Smooth and creamy Arborio rice combined with the delicate flavour combination smoked trout, mascarpone cheese, lemon and chives make this dish perfect for a dinner for two.

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Baked Coral Trout Fillets with Asian Salad

Baked Coral Trout Fillets with Asian Salad

Deliciously baked Coral Trout fillets served with a fresh Asian herb salad topped with a tamarind dressing.

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BBQ'd Coral Trout with Asian Flavours

BBQ’d Coral Trout with Asian Flavours

Enjoy the fine, delicate white flakes of a barbecued whole coral trout cooked with a blend of Asian flavours. Perfect to go with some steamed Asian greens.

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Rasstegai-Small-Russian-Fish-Pies

Rasstegai – Small Russian Fish Pies

These charming pies are the traditional accompaniment to, Ukha (a fish soup). Their name comes from the Russian rasstegnut’, ‘to come undone’, because the pies fanciful shape (with their filling exposed) makes one suspect they’ve popped open in the baking.

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