Sunday, May 22, 2011
PAN FRIED RAINBOW TROUT
Any trout from Costco, We went fishing during trout season
Clean and take out the bone from the trout
In a big bowl mix 1 cup of flour, 1 t of salt and ½ t of black pepper
Add 1 T of Johnny’s garlic spread seasoning from Costco to the mixture
In a nonstick fry pan add half cube of butter over medium heat till hot
Coat the fish with the flour mixture
Put one or 2 pieces of fish at the time to the fry pan
Fry each side of fish till golden brown and crispy
Then turn to the other side fry till it is done
Take it out and let it cool a bit before serving
You can serve pan fried trout with Tartar sauce and lime juice with wild rice or brown rice
3 lbs of ground pork with 25% fat
1 T of Spaghetti seasoning (this is from Costco)
1 T of Italian seasoning
2 T of fresh chopped Italian Parsley
3 T of dry red wine or red wine vinegar
1 T of salt
1 T (optional if you like sweet sausages)
1 T + 1 1/2 t of Paprika
1 1/2 T of toasted funnel seeds (it is best if you crush it in a mortar and pestle)
1 t of Cayenne
1 t of ground Anise
3 T of minced garlic
1 t of fresh ground black pepper
1 t of crush chilies (optional for spicy sausages)
1 cup of apple juice
Sprinkle evenly all the spices over the ground pork, then mix it with your hand till it all well combine.
Wash and clean the casing very well before stuffing
Using the Kitchen Aid to stuff your sausages
Note: You can also add sauté green bell pepper and onion, it tastes a bit different but I like it.
Chopped 1 green bell pepper and 1 onion
In a fry pan add 3 T of olive oil over medium heat
Sauté the bell pepper and onion till soft
Add to the meat mixture and mix it well with your hand
Then stuff the mixture into casing.
I fan dry my sausage first before put in the freezer or refrigerator.
This recipe gives you about 15 big sausages or 20 small sausages.
Note: you don't need to stuff the sausage into casing, you can use it as ground sausages for anykind of pasta with my homemade Marinara pasta sauce.