When you’re out on a fishing trip, grilling may be the simplest way to cook your fresh catch. Freshly caught fish doesn’t need much seasoning to make it delicious. It is also easy to clean the fish since you have fresh running water in the area. You don’t need to bring your bulky griller to be able to cook your fish. Just choose a good area to set up the hot coals!
This recipe gives you a very simple way to enjoy eating your freshly caught trout. The fish is just seasoned with salt and stuffed with a rosemary sprig. It is wrapped in corn husk and covered in hot coals until cooked. Enjoy nature with a healthy meal of grilled trout and corn.
• 1 whole trout fish, cleaned
• 3 ears of corn
• 1 rosemary sprig
• 1 tsp salt
• olive oil
This recipe takes about 30 minutes to make. Serves 1 to 2.
Rub salt all over the fish including the cavity.
Put rosemary sprig into the fish cavity.
Use corn husk to wrap the fish.
Burry wrapped trout in hot coals and let it cook for 20 minutes.
Grill corn over hot coals that cover the fish.
To plate, remove corn husk wrap and transfer fish on a serving board.
Cut each corn into 4 pieces.
Arrange corn on one side of the fish.
Garnish with rosemary sprigs.
Drizzle olive oil over the fish and corn before serving.
Ideas And Tips:
• Wrapping the fish with corn husk not only prevents it from directly touching the hot coals, which will give it a bitter burnt taste, but it also gives the fish a very light corn flavor.
• You can also use banana leaves to wrap the fish.
• Dill is also a good herb to use for fish.
• If you have lemon available, squeeze some on your fish before grilling or before serving.
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