Before looking at a grilled trout recipe, we need to look at the best size for grilling. When grilling a whole fish, the best size is eight to ten inches long. This is the perfect size for a plate and it can be turned easily on the grill. Larger fillets also seem to hold together better during grilling.
Because of its size, trout is the perfect fish for the grill, but its delicate nature causes some people to be afraid of this cooking method. No one likes seeing a nice grilled piece of trout fall through the grate. No one!
You can solve this problem by getting yourself a grilling basket to hold the trout. Problem solved. Or if you do not want to purchase a basket it is not that hard to grill trout directly on the grill.
Here are a few tips to grilling trout:
This grilled trout recipe comes from bbq.about.com. You might also want to add some lemon. If you like a little more seasoning you can increase everything by 1-1/2 times (but not the oil). This is a very tasty dish.
Allrecipes.com gives us this grilled trout recipe. You can also substitute dill for the rosemary and thyme in this recipe, either way it is a simple and tasty meal.
This recipe comes from foodnetwork.com. This is an easy recipe and mighty tasty, a winner for sure.
Here is a quick and easy way to grill trout from food.com.
OK, so maybe this recipe from cooks.com is not the healthiest recipe on the list, but it is worth a try.
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The really nice thing about grilling whole trout is that you can stuff it with many different flavors. Some grilled trout recipes call for lemon, rosemary, garlic and lime just to name a few.
You also may find that trout has a very nice flavor on its own, and you really don't need to add a lot of spices to the dish.
After grilling the skin will come off and the bones can be removed easily (or see the cleaning and deboning video on our How to Cook Trout page).