Trout with Sweet Corn Sauce, Smoked Trout and Veggie Salad, Pan-Fried Trout with Cornbread Salad, and more
We love this twist on typical breaded fish ― instead of dredging in crumbs and deep-frying, just top grilled trout with toasted pine nuts and crispy bread crumbs for lots of crunch without the fuss.
Thomas J. Story
This spin on the classic potato salad is hearty enough to serve as an entrée on a hot summer night. Pair it with a chilled Riesling.
Whole trout is coated in a crisp, sweet cornmeal mixture, simply pan-fried, and then served over sweet grilled peppers.
Recipe: Bill’s Trout
Annabelle Breakey; Styling: Basil Friedman
An extremely easy, pretty little dinner for a hot summer night.
Recipe: Smoked Trout and Veggie Salad
Who says stuffing can't be enjoyed year-round? Fresh trout tops a bacon- and kale-studded cornbread "salad" in this crowd-pleaser of a recipe.
Trout fillets are pan-fried and combined with aromatic ginger, fennel, lemon, and shallot in this quick dish.
A light, no-cook entrée. Bright hits of tart apple and crispy endive make it standout.
Sometimes you just can't beat a classic: lightly breaded trout topped with capers and browned butter with a squeeze of fresh lemon.
Why not try making your own? Once you get the hang of it, experiment with different wood chips and seasonings.
Recipe: Smoked Trout
San Francisco chef Jamie Lauren highlights trout's subtle sweetness by pairing it with fresh, sweet corn. Although this dish is nice enough for special occasions, it can be prepared in 40 minutes, making it perfect for weeknights too.
Recipe: Trout with Sweet Corn Sauce