Cooking fish over a big fire is great for camping. It may be challenging, but it really gives you that outdoor feeling. Cooking the fish this way is healthy as it does not require any oil. The fish cooks in its own juices. This is perfect for freshly caught fish. Season with salt and you’re all set to go. This recipe adds a spicy flavor to the fish by using chili-infused oil.
This recipe takes about 20 to 30 minutes to make depending on how big your fish is. Serves 1.
• 1 fresh trout
• Garlic cloves
• 1 onion
• 1 red chili
• 1 dried red pepper
• 1 small ginger
• 3 tbsp of chili flakes
• Vegetable oil
Clean the fish and remove the bones.
Season with salt even the flesh inside.
Place the fish on sticks and cook over a fire.
In a pan, add oil.
Infuse oil with onion, garlic, dried red pepper, and ginger.
Once garlic and onion turn brown, add chia pepper flakes.
Remove fish once cooked and place on a plate.
Drizzle flavored oil over fish.
Ideas And Tips:
• Aside from trout, you can use any type of fish for this recipe. Adjust the cooking time depending on how big your fish is as well as how hot your fire is.
• You can season the oil with any herbs you prefer. Other alternatives are peppercorns, bay leaves, and cayenne pepper.
• You can also use this flavored oil to cook other dishes like vegetables. You can store leftover oil in a tightly closed jar to cook vegetables like mushrooms or stir-fry mixed vegetables.
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