3 years ago
happyrock
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Spicy Soy and Ginger Glazed Rainbow Trout
This dish is nice and spicy, and can come with a great citrus kick if you make the recommended side dish as well. Let me know what you think :) "Spicy Soy and Ginger Glazed Rainbow Trout: 1 lb. farmed rainbow trout 1/4 cup light soy sauce 1 lime, juiced 1 tbs. sesame oil 1 tbs. rice wine vinegar 1 tbs. honey 1 tbs. jalapeño, minced 1 tbs. fresh ginger, minced 1 tsp. lemongrass, minced Whisk together all ingredients, except trout and olive oil. Place trout and marinade ingredients in a ziplock bag and marinate 2 hours. Remove fish from marinade. Reserve 1/4 cup marinade for baby corn below. Add remainder of marinade to a small saucepan and simmer over medium-low heat for 20 minutes until thickened to form a glaze. Heat a 10″ cast iron pan over medium-high heat. Add trout, skin side up. Brush skin side with glaze. Cook until golden brown, about 3-4 minutes. Flip, brush with glaze, and cook another 3-4 minutes until cooked through or to desired consistency. Add remaining glaze and serve with green onion and cilantro jasmine rice with baby corn and a lime wedge. Green Onion and Cilantro Jasmine Rice with Baby Corn: 1 cup jasmine rice 2 cups ruby red grapefruit juice 1/2 cup green onion, very thinly sliced 1/2 cup fresh cilantro, finely chopped 1 tbs. ground ginger 1 can whole baby corn, drained and rinsed 1/4 cup spicy soy and ginger marinade, reserved from above Cook jasmine rice according to package instructions, substituting ruby red grapefruit juice for water (mine called for 2 cups, as listed above). Combine with green onions, cilantro, and ground ginger. Set aside. While rice is cooking heat reserved marinade in a small sauté pan. Add whole baby corn and toss to coat. Cook, stirring frequently, until heated through and coated with glaze, about 5-7 minutes. Serve atop green onion and cilantro jasmine rice."
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@happyrock I usually find it in Thai food, and often in tea!
3 years ago·Reply
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@pipeline anti - inflammatory tea in the winter after a long hike sounds perfect. I'll have to check that out
3 years ago·Reply
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I like the lime wedge too! What is it about fish and lime that tastes so good?
3 years ago·Reply
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@Nisfit @happyrock Have you tried ceviche? It is fish cooking by the acidity of limes. I wonder if you could use trout haha
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@nisfit @nokcha trout ceviche, hmm. I never thought of it but it might work
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