Seasons 52 Trout Recipe
And when it's fish fry night, I'll often use rainbow trout. Trout is a delicate and mild-tasting fish that most people enjoy. And because trout fillets are thin, you can season them and throw them in a skillet to cook in a little extra virgin olive oil.
Seasons 52 Trout Recipe
With that being said, rainbow trout is milder, less fishy, and less fatty than salmon. And you'll find that trout meat is more delicate and softer than salmon (salmon is quite hardy and less flaky.) Trout fillet is quite thin, which makes it a great candidate for pan searing like in this recipe or in something like fish piccata.
2. Then we give the trout a light coating of flour, this is a bit of an optional step, but I find it helps protect the delicate fish, while also developing nice crispy texture (you can use gluten free flour if you like).
Fish leftovers can be a bit tricky to reheat, which is why I suggest eating any leftovers you have either cold or at room temperature. Reheating a delicate fish like rainbow trout can be very easy to overcook and dry out.
One of the easiest and best trout recipes I've tried! Trout fillets, seasoned with a couple of warm spices, and quickly seared in extra virgin olive oil. Serve it with a dollop of Greek tzatziki and a big salad for an easy dinner.
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A. The flavor-packed Cedar plank-roasted salmon at Seasons 52 (multiple locations, seasons52.com) benefits from a tasty two-prong preparation technique. First the fish is marinated in a Dijon-soy mixture. The roasting method, using a cedar plank, imparts a second smoky, aromatic layer. Known for lighter fare that utilizes seasonal ingredients, Seasons 52 serves this entrée with crushed potatoes and caulilini.
I also liked the oak grilled ruby trout ($14.75), which anywhere else might have been brushed with butter while grilling to give it extra flavor and moistness, but the butterflied fillet was fine by itself, a full-flavored fish with a mouth-filling texture. It was served with wild rice, simple slices of tomatoes that burst with flavor, and broccolini.
Seasons 52 is ushering in spring with a new menu on March 15. The seasonal menu includes spring thyme & parmesan crisp bread, grilled lamb t-bone (pictured), Tasmanian trout, artichoke stuffed artichoke leaves and sugar-free chocolate cookies & cream mini indulgence. Wash it all down with a strawberry basil fusion cocktail. Like all menu dishes, the new items will each be capped at 475 calories.
Steelhead trout is a delicious fish that has a beautiful orange-pink color. It is often mistaken for salmon, although they are two different types of fish. Steelhead trout are a bit smaller and thinner than salmon.
This recipe was originally published on December 7, 2012. I have added a video to make it even more easy to follow the recipe. The recipe is still exactly the same and has been enjoyed by our family and many readers for years.
Just made this tonight and LOVED it! I am not a big fish eater but I may be after this dish! I loved the tip about baking on aluminum foil. The fillet came off the skin just as easy as you said. Great recipe!
Absolutely delicious. I used unsalted butter, but then salted the melted butter with a lightly smoked sea salt. I also cooked this in the over on a cedar roasting plank. I decreased the temp to 400 once it was in the oven as we like salmon and trout more on the rare side. The shallot and garlic crisped up nicely on top of the trout and made for a delicious burst of flavor. Thanks, Olga!
Olga, this was absolutely wonderful. Thank you for posting this wonderful recipe and for the tips (using foil, multiple spatulas, etc.). I never realized how beneficial it was to cook salmon/steelhead at such a high temperature, nor did I realize that it was ok to prepare the basting sauce separately like that. I always thought applying a warm sauce would spoil the cooking process. In this case, it made it perfectly simple and delicious and I will NEVER prepare salmon any other way EVER again. Thanks!
I made this last night, and oh wow was it ever good! I was missing the shallots & my dill was dried not fresh, but it was still yummy! I think steelhead trout is tastier than the salmon I usually buy! I will definitely be making this again! And yes, I was scraping the skin off the foil, it was that good!
OMG This is the best fish recipe I have had. It was so easy to make and using the foil clean up was a.breeze. My son asks for it once a week and being so easy to make he gets it LOL.Thank you so much for such a marvelous recipe.!!!
I am not a great cook by any means, but I stumbled upon your recipe when looking for trout recipes. We made it tonight and absolutely loved it. The shallots and garlic gave added such a fantastic and unique flavor to an otherwise mild fish. Looking into more of your recipes now!
I find that steelhead trout cooks up very well and is more predictable than salmon. This was a very good recipe that I got a lot of compliments on. I did not have fresh dill, so I used the fresh lemon thyme that I did have. The recipe is probably foolproof! .
If you like salmon, you are going to love steelhead trout! Steelhead trout is similar in taste to salmon but better. This roasted steelhead trout with garlic lime butter sauce is a tender, flaky fish recipe that can be whipped up in about 30 minutes.
Add some sliced potatoes to the bottom of the pan for this to be a one-pan dinner. If using potatoes in this recipe, cook the onions and potatoes (without the fish) for about 10 minutes in the oven. The potatoes take a little longer to cook than the fish.
Baked steelhead trout can last for 2 to 3 days in the fridge. Fresh steelhead trout fish lasts about 1 day before starting to smell. I always plan on cooking my fresh fish the day I bought it from the store, but that's my personal preference.
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Hi Steven, thanks for the comment! That's a great point, feel free to use a skinless fish for this recipe. I might be weird, but I make it with the skin on ?. I ran into issues with the skin on in one scenario: if I roasted the onions first before putting the fish on top. The skin will stick in that case to the onions. Also, I don't eat the skin. The fish easily peels away from it. I think it's easy to get the fish skinless though if that's bothersome.
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The Columbia River steelhead trout atop arugula, chopped vegetables, shrimp, and couscous isn't the type of thing I normally order at restaurants, well, because it read as very healthy, but completely pleasant. The fish was still moist (yes, I know everyone hates that word), the cilantro-spiked yogurt sauce was a fine addition, and the grilled lemon added a little visual interest as well as more acid.
The food had a familiar quality to me, and James pegged it: "It's like Cooking Light recipes." Sure enough, the petite lean proteins bulked up with vegetables, yogurt mimicking cream sauces, juices adding flavor instead of fats, did resemble our not terribly exciting (though not bad tasting) weeknight dinners.
Cooking fresh trout on the grill is a great way to simply season this delicate fish! Lake trout is not super-fishy, but more of a mild flavor and delicate white fish that takes on whatever you season it with.
Salmon is obviously a different fish, but you can use similar cooking methods, check out these recipes for inspiration: grilled salmon in foil, baked salmon with panko, air fryer salmon, or baked salmon with dill butter.
Seared fillet of Chilean sea bass on top of wilted sesame spinach, drizzled with a spicy, sour sweet Vietnamese inspired sauce. Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Paleo. The only way I ever make this fish! A recipe bound to impress all your dinner guests!
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