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This simple preparation of steelhead trout calls for a sauteed, lemon-kissed mixture of garlic and onion to be brushed atop the fish as it grills on a bed of lemon slices.


Make and share this Bourbon Steelhead Trout recipe from Genius Kitchen.


Jan 9, 2017 ... From start to finish, garlic butter steelhead trout (or salmon), cooked in foil is the easiest recipe in the world. I've most likely claimed this before on this blog, but I swear this is really the one. Patty and I picked up some steelhead trout at the grocery store for something a little different. Steelhead trout is very ...


Place Steelhead Trout in the marinade, turning several times to coat. Cover, if needed, and refrigerate for one hour. Step 4. Preheat grill/coals to medium-high heat. Remove Steelhead Trout from marinade and place on a well oiled grill, 4 to 5 inches from heat. Step 5. Cook, turning once, 8 to 10 minutes. Cook until the fillets ...

Jul 25, 2010 ... Grilled sea-run Rainbow Trout marinated in soy sauce and maple syrup is not only good eating, but it's real easy to cook on your barbecue grill. So get your BBQ Shoes on, fire up that grill and follow these simple tips as shown by the BBQ Pit Boys.


Feb 25, 2018 ... Got it? The recipe makes enough glaze for a little over two pounds of fish. It is easily halved or doubled. This recipe could be done on the grill, but remember to not cook the fish over direct heat, unless you enjoy rubbery, dried out fish. On the grill it can be done in a foil packet as described or you may skip it.


Aug 26, 2014 ... Are you planning on firing up your grill this weekend? Grilled Steelhead Trout We 're often asked about grilling during the cleanse, and the truth is that we like to consider grilling to be part of the 20% of our 80/20 lifestyle. The ingredients used can be perfectly cleanse-friendly but the act of grilling over an ...


Jun 26, 2013 ... It's kind of fitting that I'm telling you about this trip in the same post as this fish recipe because the guys usually catch salmon on that trip. Let me tell you, I loovvvee salmon, that is one tasty fish. BUT (and I might get shot at for this) I kind of like steelhead trout a little more. Steelhead is just SO much more ...


Put the trout fillets in a medium glass dish or stainless-steel pan. Sprinkle the fish with the remaining 1/4 teaspoon salt. Add half of the oil-and-vinegar mixture and turn to coat. Grill or broil the fish skin-side down for 2 minutes. Turn and cook until just done, about 2 minutes longer for 1/4-inch-thick fillets. To serve,whisk the ...