Pan-Sautéed Trout with Capers

  • taylesworth Posted: 10/17/10
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    Meets my basic rule for a favorite recipe -- easy enough to make for a tasty weeknight dinner but delicious enough to serve as part of a gourmet meal for company. Made the recipe exactly as listed and served with wild rice. Will definitely make again.

  • skspillman Posted: 01/13/10
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    Made this last night. I used mahi mahi instead of trout but otherwise followed the recipe exactly (had to cook the mahi mahi for about 4 minutes on each side). The recipe was simple to prepare and tasted delicious! I served it over orzo with green beans as a side. At first I worried that the plain orzo might be too bland, but the salty sauce over the fish provided plenty of flavor. This might be too salty for some people's taste, but it was just right for me.

  • WillWallace Posted: 08/08/10
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    Very nice, very easy recipe. I really enjoyed it. I am on a low carb life style and this fit in perfectly. It was quick and delicious.

  • njack75 Posted: 07/06/10
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    Fabulous!!! I enjoyed so much I actually sat down to rate it (a first for me!) I used Rainbow trout (my fav) with minor variations (no lemon rind, lime instead of lemon juice, steak rub instead of herbed de Provence) and it was incredible! Enjoyed with mixed vegetables and the remainder of the Chardonnay for a nice low carb meal. It could be considered a bit salty so definately add little to no salt to your sides for balance.

  • EllenDeller Posted: 12/27/12
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    A very simple recipe, which I followed exactly (except to cut it in half for just two people) and which was delicious! Served with the excellent "Robin's Rice" from CL and some baby broccoli sauteed in a bit of olive oil. Serving size was fine, too.

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