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Thread: How To BBQ Your PB Trout...! ! !

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    Default How To BBQ Your PB Trout...! ! !

    Here is a simple recipe for those of you who may want to
    know how to BBQ a PB trout.

    First of all catch and clean your trout.:)



    Next, lay out all of your ingredients.



    Two Limes sliced into wedges, three cloves garlic sliced, olive oil, sea salt and fresh ground pepper.



    Fill inside of fish with lime wedges and garlic slices.

    Add olive oil , inside and out, so salt and pepper stick onto fish. Salt fish inside and out, add fresh ground pepper.




    Now wrap your fish in foil, making sure that there are no holes.


    Double wrap if necessary.

    Next, open a few beers and use left over lime wedges.


    The BBQ should be heated to between 275-325 degrees.

    Heck since your outside might you might as well light your
    tiki torches and firepit.:lol:



    This fish was over 4 lbs. So I wanted to make sure to cook it all the way through. The foil will help keep the fish moist. I cooked it 10 minutes, on each side......TWICE
    Then 5 minutes on each side once....

    10 flip...10 flip...10 flip...10 flip.. 5 flip...5 flip....done.
    Your times may vary..:roll:

    Carefully remove the fish from BBQ, on cookie sheet.
    Cut foil....HOT..


    I sliced the fish at the head, middle and tail. And used a spatula to remove the meat.


    Once you have the meat off of one side, you can cut through the bones at the head and lift out all of the bones.


    Serve with steamed broccoli.
    Rice... (Boiled in chicken broth,with sauteed garlic, with fresh tyme, chives, salt & pepper.

    Serve with lime wedges.



    Best trout I've ever had.



    I hope you try it out and enjoy..

    SCG7

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    Sounds wonderful! But the problem is, I'm not allowed to use knives anymore :( ;)

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    Well Sue, have someone clean the fish for you....
    And cut the limes...and such...

    And just pick up the meat with a dull spatula...;)

    SCG7

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    Thanks for the recipe that trout looks like it has pink meat yummy.







    Bigred

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    now iam hungry AGAIN ,lol sounds and looks good

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    AWESOME!


    See ya at Corona!
    I may have a couple of those Baja's in the ol' cooler too!


    57

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoCalGuy7 View Post
    Well Sue, have someone clean the fish for you....
    And cut the limes...and such...

    And just pick up the meat with a dull spatula...;)

    SCG7


    I am not sure if Sue should even handle a dull spatula just yet.

    Thanks for the recipe and nice post.


    Troutman65

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGRED KILLA View Post
    Thanks for the recipe that trout looks like it has pink meat yummy.


    Bigred
    The meat was pinkish, my wife said it tasted like Salmon...mmmmmm(Those
    are her mmmmmmmm's) I don't eat Salmon...:lol:

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    What, no wall mount? It's a good thing you scaled it first, they taste better that way. Steamed in their own slime would not make a very good sales pitch. Glad you got to eat that thing.

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    That sure looks good!!! I have a similar recipe. It was a big hit at our Mother's Day BBQ.

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