Din dins last night, on the grill and off. The plated din dins is a little blurry...whatever, you get the idea. Once again, rainbow trout with a little olive oil, soy sauce, Cajun seasoning, rosemary, and lemon. Sweet potato slices with a butter, brown sugar, cinnamon glaze. and fresh steamed green beans with a little garlic seasoning. Oh and a Hefe with lemon. I omitted making the sausages, Shannon discouraged me being a gluttonous piggy.
Thanks, it was very awesome! Yeah that would be the soy sauce, I don't put a bunch of it on, just a little. I actually rub the fillets with the olive oil first and then a little soy sauce, the soy sauce ends up sinking in between the flakes and seeping into the meat itself. I usually put everything on the fish and then put it in the fridge for a half hour to an hour before preparing. Then put the fillets skin side down in the cast iron, grill for about 6 minutes or until it starts to flake. It's tricky because it will continue to cook in the skillet for as long as you leave it in the skillet. So two of the fillets were perfect and two were overcooked because I left the other two in the skillet while we ate the first. Even overcooked trout is still really good.
Oh and before you ask, not one bone found in all four fillets just over a pound of trout.
knapplc wrote:I love that you toss a pic of Ginger in there.
haha! Yeah I took that one of her while I was grilling, she was off in the corner of the yard staring me down. She wanted my foods....she always wants my foods.
scottaa1 wrote:You might want to consider dusting off the lawnmower this weekend, Met
Haha. Yeah I don't mow the back yard. It's just a tiny patch of...weeds pretty much, I just hit it with the weed eater every few weeks. My backyard is 90% deck. We're wanting to do something with that little section but it's tough because of the neighbors HUGE pine tree that kinda covers the area and drops needles there...it seems the only thing that will grow there is weeds.