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Cooking trout is easy (and so is filleting it, after watching F&W’s Mad Genius Tips video)—but there is one thing you have to watch out for: the meat drying out. There are two simple ways to ensure that the fish stays moist: brush it with a mayo-based glaze or wrap it up in fatty meat. Here, two recipes that are perfect for trout-cooking newbies.
Grilled Trout with Lemon-Caper Mayonnaise
Spreading the lemon-caper mayo on the trout before grilling not only keeps it moist, it also adds a rich flavor.
Pan-Seared Trout with Serrano Ham and Chile-Garlic Oil
This absolutely delicious dish stays terrifically moist, thanks to the fat in the Spanish ham.
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