Recipes — fish

Annie Kuster

Cedar Wrapped Trout Over a Campfire

Cedar Wrapped Trout Over a Campfire

Catch some fresh trout on the river? Cook 'em over the campfire all wrapped tight in wood for a smokey cedar flavor.Ingredients: 1 Cedar Grilling Wrap 1 Whole Golden Trout (10-12 oz) 3 thin slices of butter Small bunch of thyme and oregano 3 thin slices of lemon (plus extra to serve) Pepper and kosher salt Directions: Soak cedar wrap in water for 5 minutes. Preheat grill to 350Fº Rinse and dry the trout inside and out. Season the inside well with salt and pepper. Fill the cavity first with the lemon, then butter, then herbs. Place the fish on the cedar wrap...

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Annie Kuster

Cedar Plank Steelhead + Dill Sauce

Cedar Plank Steelhead + Dill Sauce

Steelhead are, well, salmon-ish. They taste similar to salmon, they can be cooked using the same techniques as salmon and they have the same “salmon colored” flesh, but there are not salmon. Steelhead are rainbow trout that spend a large portion of their lives in the ocean and then (like salmon) return to their hatching ground to spawn. Steelhead are delicious when grilled on a cedar plank. Ingredients 1 Steelhead fillet 1 Large Cedar Grilling Plank Olive Oil Salt + Fresh Ground Pepper Dill Sauce 6 oz. of Greek Yogurt (one single serving container) 2 tbs. of fresh dill, chopped...

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Annie Kuster

Asian-Style Ginger Halibut on an Alder Grilling Plank

Pair spicy ginger with sweet alder smoke for this delectable dish on a grilling plank. Perfect for a summer night on the grill. Ingredients 1-2 Alder Grilling Plank(s) Halibut Steaks(one for each person you are cooking for) 1 Bulb of Ginger 3 Tbs. Coconut Oil 2 Tbs. Sesame Oil 2 Tbs. Lime Juice Salt + Pepper Microgreens of your choice to garnish Soba Noodles Snow Peas Green Onions Soy Sauce Sesame Oil Directions: Soak alder grilling plank(s) in hot tap water for at least 15 minutes. Preheat grill to 375-400°. Mix coconut oil and 2 Tbs. sesame oil together. Rub...

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Annie Kuster

Cedar Planked Swai with Lemon Pepper

So...What's Swai? Swai is a river-dwelling catfish native to Asia. It's also called Pangasuis, Basa, and River Catfish. Swai has become a more popular fish option in North America in recent years because of its low price point ($2.00-$3.00/pound) and its tasty white flesh. I think it tastes a lot like catfish; better than tilapia. In short, it's a respectable fish, so we threw it on a plank and grilled it up, and grilled swai is pretty tasty! Here's what you need: Ingredients 2 Cedar Grilling Planks 2 Swai Fillets Lemon Pepper Fresh Lemon Wedges Directions Soak Wildwood Grilling Outlet Grilling...

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