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Steelhead Trout with Lemony Greek Seasoning

I know fish is good for you, but to be honest, it has never been my favorite form of protein. Given this, I was extremely excited to discover steelhead trout. Its light mild flavor is the perfect canvas for our new Greek Seasoning blend. A big thanks to Britt, one of our customers, who suggested the ingredients for the blend. After a few rounds to balance the flavors, we introduced our Greek Seasoning blend at our farmers’ markets this summer. It was a great sucess, and we are now excited to make it available on line. Aside from fish, it’s great with chicken, potatoes, squash and other veggies. Here’s the recipe for the steelhead trout. (I visited my mom at the lake last week. We¬†served the trout with acorn squash and a light sprinkling of Ginger Spice blend. I must say, it was a perfect meal … the food was almost as good as the company :)).

Steelhead Trout with Lemony Greek Seasoning

Course Main
Cuisine Greek
Prep Time 2 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 12 minutes

Ingredients

  • 2 filets of steelhead trout 4 to 6oz each
  • 1 tsp butter
  • 1 tsp organic Greek Seasoning

Instructions

  1. Grill the filets over medium heat until done.
  2. Remove from grill and top with a small pat of butter.
  3. Sprinkle with Greek Seasoning blend.
  4. Relax and enjoy with a dry chilled white wine.
  5. (I visited my mom at the lake last week. We served the trout with acorn squash and a light sprinkling of Ginger Spice blend. I must say, it was a perfect meal ... the food was almost as good as the company :)).

The Most Absolutely Delicious Steelhead Trout Recipe

“If you ever see that red steelhead trout at the market, buy it, ” said my friend Holly. “It’s fabulous.” One weekend it appeared at the market. On Monday we compared notes. I broiled it with lemon, soy sauce, rice vinegar and fresh grated ginger. She poached it in Memmi sauce, a Japanese noodle soup base. Both versions reportedly delicious. Next time the steelhead made an appearance, I combined the two recipes. The maple syrup glaze at the end – her idea, and a stroke of inspiration that elevates this creation to the Steelhead Hall of Fame.

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