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    (n.) *Marinade
    Mixtures of vinegar or wine and oil with various spices and seasonings; used for soaking foods before cooking.

    Trout Marinade

    "If you can't make a great photograph of a mundane subject, at least make a mundane photograph of a great subject"
    -Anonymous , an old photographic maxim


    Imapix Trout Marinade:

    1. Go fishing and catch trouts.
    2. Have your brother make filets
    3. In a bowl, layer filets and cover each layer with: Lemon slices, onions or shallots, fresh dill, tasty extra virgin olive oil, kiwi (optional), capers, salt and pepper. (see photo)
    4. Cover and let it marinate for at least half a day in the refrigerator.

    The cooking:

    Heat a large sauté pan with a mix of oil and butter. Shake the marinade off the trout filet and dredge each filet into flour, covering both sides. Shake off the excess flour. Place each filet, down into the hot pan. Once browned well on one side, turn over and brown the other side. Total time about 2-3 min. Place the trout on a warm plate. Serve with vegetables and not forget sauce bearnaise and "bien entendu"...........white wine!

    Bon appetit!..........If you try it.........let me know!

    Renald Bourque, lifefreezer, yadavop, and 61 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. original_ann 106 months ago | reply

      Aside from a beautiful recipe we get the benefit of viewing marinade as art! The 'ribbed' texturs of the filets and the kiwis; the dill fronds and the translucence of the lemons... perfection!! I'm sooo hungry now!

    2. walla2chick 106 months ago | reply

      The kiwi attracted me. The rich colors and reflective surfaces are so appealing. I love trout and this sounds (and looks) like a delicious way to fix it. Now, if I can only get my brother to fillet a fish for me.

    3. alonsodr 106 months ago | reply

      Great composition!! Love the colours here, my friend!

    4. couleurs gm 106 months ago | reply

      là j'ai faim ! :-)

    5. bleuet / Anne-Marie 106 months ago | reply

      Miam !!! (Pour le kiwi, tu es sûr, ou c'est juste pour la couleur?)

    6. Scott Foy 106 months ago | reply

      Mmmmm looks delicious! I just love fish!

    7. jasperroz 106 months ago | reply

      Wow! How beautiful...........

    8. Zsaj 106 months ago | reply

      i'm hungry now

    9. KarmenRose 106 months ago | reply

      This is terribly effective at making one hungry!

    10. nailbender 106 months ago | reply

      OH Great!........Now he's a MASTER CHEF!

      Two words Gaëtan.......Yum EEE!

    11. Lob-one 106 months ago | reply

      It´s a good combination !

    12. aidan67 105 months ago | reply

      You not only enjoy catching them but, also know how to cook them

    13. VinaPix [deleted] 105 months ago | reply

      Great image, but I'm sorry to say that If you want to eat great food you're in the wrong place... until you've eaten Cha Ca La Vong in Viet Nam... (with dill and Ca Cuong - sorry, I don't know the English) you have never eaten fish! Beautiful picture, though. And another "fave"!

    14. Milena T. 104 months ago | reply

      soooo hungry now.....

    15. Jo Ann 315 101 months ago | reply

      Wow now I am starving. Gorgeous shot. I love all the food presented :) Fantastic detail. I feel like I can reach out and grab a kiwi :) A fav.

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    16. Anikó 101 months ago | reply

      I want it, quick!

    17. serni 101 months ago | reply

      great colors and the recipe sounds nice :-)
      will let you know if I try it :-)

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    18. RobW_ 101 months ago | reply

      Colourful, beautiful and mouthwatering.
      (Seen on 500 Views + 20 Faves Pool).

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