Grilled Trout:(Southern Cooking)
You enjoy restaurant food...And you have tried re-creating it at home, what was the result? Yeah, I agree sometimes we flunk over simple ones! Honestly, many a times...I abstain from fixing 'Restaurant Secret Recipes' at home. Not that because it is still a secret or hard to fix kind! And come on, in today's web-world the word 'Secret' in on thin ice! Anyway, if I fancify (fancily create) my everyday meal a little with lots of myriad flavors, throw in some bold colors, concentrate more on garnishes, enrich with exotic ingredients and bring forth steaming hot comfort meal...I know, I know, I would be praised, petted and appreciated!! But, it would guarantee a 'No Escape' from my monotonous life in the kitchen:(
Let me tell you what is a best kept secret recipe of mine...voluntarily ruin a couple of meals (dinner time works better), call it a sick day (you know...headache, ouch-broke a nail, etc) and say you're exhausted for couple of more times! Outcome? Picture this: 'There you are, in a upscale restaurant enjoying the evening with your sweetheart'. Nothing is more fun, than getting him out:) To evade your guilt (of tricking him)...Now, you could actually re-create the restaurant meal that you both enjoyed:) How does the plan sound like?
Trout fillet 2
Southern seasoning (any brand that you like)
Hickory sauce - as per taste
Salt(seasoning has enough)
Olive oil few spoons.
Prepare the salsa (trail the link for the recipe), and chill them.
I used home-grill, as it is still freezing cold outside. However charcoal grill gives you more flavor.
Marinate the fish fillets with lemon juice and seasoning. Overnight will be good.
Grill them till reddish brown and fragrant. Sprinkle brown sugar, pepper powder and extra seasoning, a hint of hickory sauce.
Serve steaming hot, topped with salsa.