Trout is such a wonderful fish and has a fabulous flavour, combine with a sauce made with tangy lemon juice, piquant capers, and butter. Sauteed almonds make a zesty topping, the perfect combination for the tender, flaky fish.
The trout is cooked to medium-rare, so it retains a lovely oiliness.
Serve the fish with lemon wedges, green salad or baby lettuce leaves and mashed potatoes.
The almond sauce and herbs from this recipe also go well with roast lamb or beef.
- 2 Trout fillets - in 6 pieces - about 450g/1Lb each fillet
- Lemon juice
- 1-2 tbsp Garlic
- Hondashi - * optional to taste
- Salt - optional to taste
- Parsley - optional to taste
- Green onions - or chives - optional to taste
- Dill - optional to taste
- 1 cup Almond - sliced - 1 cup is about 110 g/3.9 oz
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- Preheat oven to 175C (350F). Spread almonds on a baking sheet and roast, occasionally stirring, until golden (about 5-10 minutes). Set aside.
- Heat oven to 175C (350F).
- Rinse the fish and cut in in 6 pieces.
- Place trout on a baking sheet, add the lemon juice and seasonings.
- Roast trout until rare (about 15 minutes; flesh will be dark pink in the centre).
- Heat olive oil and butter in a saucepan, add shallots (or onion) and garlic and fry until are golden. Add herbs, capers, and remove from heat.
- Scatter herb mixture over trout, season to taste, and top with roasted almond.
- Serve with a green salad and mashed potatoes.
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