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 Post subject: Fried Brown Trout.... on the river

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Here is a recipe for fried trout if you want to eat at the spot. Same recipe can be done at home also but we did it on the banks of Neelum River

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:arrow: Trout... as many as you can get
:arrow: Spices: Salt, garlic powder, cumin powder, ajwain, red chilies
:arrow: Vingegar or Lemon juice
:arrow: Cooking oil

Cut and clean the fish..
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Marinate the trout in spices and vinegar for about 1 hour min. More is better..
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Deep fry the fish in cooking oil..
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The fried brown trout :violin:
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This recipe can be used for any other fish also

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omg!!!
is trout commercially available in the twin cities by any chance? yum yum yum


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Sir I dont know about Islamabad but we caught this trout from Neelum River in Thaobat area and cooked it on the spot :)

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jim corbett wrote:
omg!!!
is trout commercially available in the twin cities by any chance? yum yum yum
@jim corbett
Not always but sometimes one can get brown or rainbow trout from stores like Metro and few other famous food marts. Most of the time it is farmed rainbow trout. Wild brown trout is a rarity and almost every time, has to be caught from the wild. Even the tasteless farm rainbow trout is very expensive but I would never like to buy it, even if I have money to throw around. Having eaten lot of fresh wild brown trout in Northern Areas (which I always caught myself), the rainbow trout available in Islamabad tastes like mud. You know that trout being a cold water fish decomposes very fast and quality of meat deteriorates drastically. There is no use buying the trout in Islamabad in my view. Very very expensive and tastes very ordinary. One only gets a psychological boast that he is eating trout.... nothing more :)

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oh..... i get fresh river pink salmon from tasco sometimes whenever i'm in the uk, the perishables close to their store 'expiry' date cost waaaaay cheaper. i got a big one for 14 pounds i think.


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Still six hours to Iftar, these pics are mouth watering. Thanks for sharing

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Although we make brown trout with a simple recipe but eating a fresh trout at the bank of river is simply out of the world ;) .


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Very nice pictures.
Last month in Naran the rate was @2500/Kg.


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aksu74 wrote:
Last month in Naran the rate was @2500/Kg.
Brother, that must have been for the farmed Rainbow Trout. Taste of wild brown trout is far better than rainbow trout and secondly, in most cases, it can not be bought. Luckily, it has to be caught :mrgreen:

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what kind of oil did you uses to fry the fish? my wifes family is from Guam, they eat a lot of fish since there islanders, and i have to say that fish you cooked is way better looking than i seen at home.

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We used olive or vegetable oil for frying the fish. Our fish is quite spicy because we like it that way. Thanks for liking

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@ MAGS.. Brother we eat a LOT of fish and the dishes are so well prepared that it is almost heavenly, the cooks here have prepared it according to the taste.. and to make other people's mouth water.. and succeeded well in their attempt.

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Wow this look very very yummy. Thanks for recipe :greetings-waveyellow:

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