Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Yummy Trout and Hashbrowns

This is my first time being more than 3 hours from my family. I have missed some of the wonderful traditions my family has every year... golfing over the fourth of July at Star Valley, Wyoming, hunting over Labor Day weekend, bar-b-cues, and parties. This year, the trip I missed the very most was fishing at Henry's Lake over Memorial Day weekend. After going to the grocery store about a thousand times waiting ever so impatiently for the chance to buy trout, it finally arrived. The next day... a family treat, trout and hashbrowns. I would love to share this easy but tasty recipe.



Ingredients:
         trout
         saltines or club crackers (crushed into chunks)
         egg (whipped)
         hashbrowns
         butter
         salt
         pepper
         lemon juice

Hashbrowns:
         Place 3 tbsp butter in frying pan. Put desired amount of hashbowns in pan. Season with salt and pepper. Cook over medium heat stirring often until softened.

Fish:
         Dip filleted fish in egg. Season fish with salt and pepper.. Coat with broken crackers. In a separate pan from hashbrowns, fry over medium heat about 6 minutes each side or until fish becomes pale pink. With the fish, be sure to keep the pan buttered to prevent burning of the crackers.

Add a dash of lemon juice to the fish. Dish up and enjoy!!
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1 comment:

Madeline and Family said...

This looks great! I love fish all together so, this is right up my alley.

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