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Please Don’t Steel My Trout

Posted by on June 6 2008 in Fish, Recipe, Veggie

cilantro on trout

Alright, it’s 11:00, I usually go to bed around 9:30, and I didn’t even have a nap today, but live blogging made me realize how much I miss ES, so here comes my first post in quite some time. Also, I have to get back into it so I can start bragging about my fabulous garden to more than just my neighbors. Continue reading for this flippin’ delicious, easy and great for warm weather dinner.

grilled trout plated

Grilled Fish with Charred Cilantro

Get a 6-7 oz piece of fish, I used Steelhead trout, which was yum-my. Marinate flesh side down in a dry white wine for about 10 minutes. Turn over and toss on salt, pepper, ground dry mustard and dill. Top with about a 1/4 cup of torn, fresh cilantro. Grill on MLM for about 10-15 min, skin down the entire time. Serve with fresh lemon wedges.On my plate is spinach sauteed with garlic, ginger and white wine and leftover Russian potato salad.

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5 Responses leave one →
  1. June 6, 2008

    Looks fantastic! Welcome, back, rooms!

  2. June 6, 2008

    i want to know more about that russian potato salad…what makes a dish russian??

  3. June 6, 2008

    please say vodka.

  4. June 6, 2008

    In Soviet Russia, Potato Salad eats you!

  5. rooms permalink*
    June 6, 2008

    In general, it is indeed vodka that makes things Russian, but in this case it’s beets and pickles. I’ll work on getting the recipe from my dear friend Natalia who made this fabulous salad.

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