2small rainbow trout, properly cleaned and butter flied
1small lemon, sliced and diced
salt to taste
Ground black pepper to taste
The baked trout in butter is one of the easier recipes that you should definitely try out. It doesn’t require knowledge of instruments in the kitchen or necessitate the procurement of rare ingredients. Most of the required items can be found right off the kitchen shelves without searching far and wide. A quick detour to the nearest grocery store will allow you to retrieve any ingredients which might not already be in the pantry.
The baked trout in butter is easy to put together, stimulates the taste buds and is bound to turn a boring day into a fun filled occasion. The best part is that it can be prepared in a short period of time, so if someone wants seconds, their request can be easily fulfilled.
Fish is full of proteins, omega 3 fatty acids, vitamins B, B2, calcium, phosphorous and iron. This makes them excellent to fight off anemia in adult women. The presence of phosphorous and calcium helps strengthen bones.
Trout is also rich in antioxidants which prevent inflammation, depression and even stress levels.
Overfishing is a problem, not only because of the impact it has on our ocean’s ecosystems but also because several species of sea turtles also end up in the fishing nets. It has been estimated that over 50,000 sea turtles end up getting killed each year because they are ensnared by fishing nets.
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How to Make Baked Trout
Heat the oven to about 400 degrees F.
Cut two sheets of aluminum foil that should be large enough to coat the fish
Place the trout on each piece of the foil.
Sprinkle some oil on both sides.
Season both sides of the trout with salt and pepper.
Place two parsley and lemon slices across the middle of each fish.
Fold up the foil by holding the edges to make a packet.
Place the packets of fish onto a baking sheet.
Bake for about 15 minutes in the preheated oven.
Check each packet for about 10 minutes or until the flesh becomes tender.
At the end of the cooking the flesh should easily come apart.
Carefully place each packet on a plate. Open them up slowly to prevent the steam from burning you.
Slide the aluminum foil away from the packet and onto the plate. Enjoy!