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I made this tonight with rainbow trout and it turned out beautifully in the end. I would recommend NOT using a glass dish, but to cook it in metal. When we added the little bit of water to the pyrex dish (as instructed), the entire pyrex dish shattered in our oven. I should have known better with water and glass, but trusted the recipe. Thankfully, the fish was saved and we finished cooking it in a metal roasting pan.
I posted this recipe and was sorry to read someone shattered their pyrex dish adding water! I know what this is like as my hubby did the same once with a totally different dish. I had no problem because I added Hot water, which maybe I should have mentioned, but for safety reasons if you prefer a metal pan that's a good idea. Glad people are enjoying this.
and very flavorful! I used a sheet pan lined with non-stick foil. After basting with olive oil I placed lemon slices in and on the trout. After baking 10 minutes I turned the trout over and baked for 10 minutes. I did not add any water. The result is delicious moist trout. Enjoy! Thank you.
Simple and delicious. I used a mixture of fresh herbs from my garden which added flavor and lightness. Onions, lemon, salt and pepper and you're done!
The serving size seems wrong tho. My husband and I can eat a fish apiece (he could probably eat more) so cannot imagine two fish feeding six people - even little munchkins! I would allocate a fish per person for adults.
excellent Rainbow Trout.! just an FYI, all Pyrex is not alike. The original Pyrex laboratory glass/kitchen glass was Boro-Silicate. the same product now is soda glass. it is not nearly as resilient in terms of hot/cold.