How to Make Healthy Trout Fillets

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Making healthy trout fillets requires you to start by pinning the bones and removing them. Learn to make healthy trout fillets with help from an experienced chef in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, my name is Justin Everett. I'm executive chef of Cavallo Point Resort and Murray Circle Restaurant in Saulsilito, California. Today I will be preparing whole roasted trout. To start this we want to take our whole roasted trout. We've taken the pin bones and removed them here, also trim the sides. We want to start by seasoning our trout with just a little bit of salt and some fresh black pepper. To sear our trout we're going to take a nice hot cast iron pan, a little bit of rice bran oil, we'll take our trout by the head, just gently place it in our saute pan, skin side down. From there we can take our trout and then place it in the oven, take the beans, add them to a nice warm pan with a little bit of veg stock warm those through very well, adding a little salt and a little shallot. We like to add some, little bit of butter and just warm those beans, adding a little bit of herbs. Okay, alright to plate our fish we're just going to want to slide it right onto the middle of our plate and then take some nice warm creschutto and place that down. We can then take our beautiful beans and just roll those right in between. Now I'm going to make the sauce that goes around. To start the sauce we want to put a little salt in the pan, some butter. The pan should be nice and hot so that the butter can turn brown. Once it starts to turn nice and brown we want to add our almonds, a few capers, just a couple and a little bit of Fine's herbs, toasting all those nice ingredients and then we'll take that brown butter and just garnish our plate with it. And here we have whole roasted trout with almonds and caper brown butter.


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