Put that fishing pole to use because I have a list of 33 trout recipes that’ll make a fish-lover out of anybody!
Trout is a freshwater fish with high omega-3 fatty acid content and low levels of mercury.
It has a mild flavor and delicate texture, making it the perfect base for any fish recipe.
Whether it’s grilled, baked, smoked, or broiled, trout can do it all! It’s a versatile fish that holds tremendously tasty results.
If you’re feeling like giving the pescatarian lifestyle a try, then this comprehensive list of trout recipes will help you along your way.
This mega-easy rainbow trout recipe requires only four ingredients, and three of them are in the title.
If you’re a fan of anything garlic and butter related (and honestly, who isn’t?) give this ultra-savory dish a try.
You can create this restaurant-worthy meal in only 25 minutes, and the results are mouth-wateringly good.
You can’t get any easier than this 20-minute oven-baked trout!
My favorite thing about baking fish in foil is that it locks in moisture.
This way, you won’t have to worry about serving up dry fish to your dinner guests.
The lemon in this recipe helps seal the deal, adding a touch of citrus goodness to the tender trout.
Imagine serving up this award-worthy recipe with a side of baguette to dip into the buttery sauce. Tempted to make this a reality? Read on!
You can easily make this drool-worthy trout recipe in under 30 minutes.
The trout filets are perfect for cooking on a skillet, making it an easy dish for you to whip up.
The best part about this recipe is the gravy.
To create this delicacy, you infuse the garlic with white wine, parsley, butter, and lemon to create one sensational sauce.
If you’ve never considered serving trout with tzatziki, then this is your sign to give it a try.
The creamy Greek sauce is the perfect BFF for the mild-flavored trout, making it a match made in heaven.
After only 15 minutes of prep, you can serve this delicious fish dish that’s brimming with Mediterranean flavors.
This recipe is a showcase of simplicity at its best.
Imagine biting into a forkful of this flaky fish. It has flavors of fresh herbs, spices, and lemon that will instantly fill your palate in the best possible way.
All you’re missing is a bed of rice and a side salad to create one all-encompassing meal.
In just 20 minutes, you can have this pan-fried rainbow trout on your dinner table.
If you’re not in the mood to cook (listen, we’ve all been there), this recipe will save the day.
All you need is a skillet, some rainbow trout, and some spices to make this masterpiece.
With just a little effort, you can achieve these award-worthy rainbow trout filets that will become your new favorite staple.
This trout meuniere has the most delicious crispy coating on the outside, making it such a crave-worthy dish.
Best of all, you only need to dip these filets in flour to achieve this perfect crust, before sauteeing to perfection. How can it get any easier than that?
If you’ve wanted to try cooking a whole fish but have always been intimidated by it, this recipe will help you out.
Best of all, you only need a single skillet to create this gourmet fish.
All you do is sear this fish on the stovetop before placing the whole skillet in the oven to bake.
This recipe looks straight out of a Michelin star restaurant, but it only takes you 30 minutes to cook. Not bad for a Sunday night dinner.
This spicy trout is a tantalizing experience for your tastebuds. One bite of this fish, and you’ll never think about trout as a mild fish again.
Grilling the fish also helps you obtain the most perfect exterior crust, adding an extra level of crispy flavor to this delicious trout.
Next time you heat up the BBQ this summer, try subbing this grilled trout in for burgers. You (and your palate) will not regret it.
Your dinner guests will think you ordered carryout when they see how perfect this fish looks and tastes.
Each bite is juicy, flaky, and full of lemon flavor. It truly is the ultimate steelhead trout recipe.
11. Trout Almondine
If you want to recreate the fine-dining experience during a weeknight dinner, this recipe will suit your fancy.
You serve this show-stopping trout with toasted almonds, lemon, and parsley sprinkled on top.
It’s a beautiful gourmet dish that requires little effort in the kitchen.
If you thought camping was all about hot dogs and tacos-in-a-bag, think again.
This blackened trout recipe shows you that camping food can be fancy.
It’s an extremely simple recipe to make and requires very few ingredients. It’s perfect for an evening of campfire cooking.
This crispy fried trout is comfort food served up on a platter.
If you love fish & chips but wish it could be a bit less greasy, then this crispy fried trout will blow you away.
Each bite carries a gentle, savory flavor along with a satisfying crunch.
This flavor-packed fish is just waiting to become your new dinner party staple.
You’ll be blown away by the fresh herbal flavors in this fish. This trout is packed with delicious zesty herbs, literally and figuratively.
The maple-balsamic flavor duo is pure perfection for me.
Combined with the mild buttery flavor of trout, this dish is a winning combination of seasonings.
In just 20 minutes, you can concoct this marvel of a dish using only six ingredients.
All you’re missing is a ride of orzo rice and some roasted broccoli for a complete meal.
The older I get, the more I go a little overboard with garlic in my cooking.
Who says this is a bad thing? I mean, this recipe is the perfect example of how a lot of garlic makes everything better.
The buttery sauce you get from cooking the fish is like an extra special bonus. Be sure to pair this recipe with some toasty bread for dipping.
Sweet, sour, and savory, these are some of the flavors you can expect in this delectable honey balsamic trout recipe.
Pair it with some broccoli or Brussels sprouts, and you have a complete meal perfect for busy weeknights.
Fish and cheese isn’t a natural combination, but this recipe proves otherwise.
Imagine biting into this flaky fish, and being met with crispy, umami parmesan that deliciously melts on your palate. Sounds like heaven to me.
If you try this recipe, you’ll know why low-and-slow is the way to go.
The low-and-slow baking method allows the trout to absorb all the juices from the lemons and oranges in this recipe.
This gives the fish a sweet, citrusy flavor that pops on your palate.
20. Smoked Trout Dip
Wanna try perfection in a bowl? This smoked trout dip is the appetizer you didn’t know you needed.
Each scoop of dip gives you a bite of creamy, smoky perfection.
Pair it with your favorite potato chips and serve at your next cocktail party, it’ll be gone before you know it.
21. Smoked Trout
If you’re a fan of smoked salmon, then you’ll love smoked trout.
Sometimes, smoked fish can dry out easily, but not this one! A simple brine coats the trout, preventing it from drying out while being smoked.
Serve this smoked trout with some crackers and cream cheese for the ultimate happy hour snack.
Ready to up your fish taco game? Give these crispy trout tacos a try!
Trout makes the perfect addition to fish tacos. You can’t beat the mild flavor that mixes perfectly with spicy jalapeno.
Get ready for the ultimate pasta experience.
Are you a fan of fettuccine Alfredo or lobster linguine? If so, you’ll love this creamy trout and spinach pasta.
Each forkful fills your palate with a rich creamy bite that will send you to pasta heaven.
If you’re looking to shake up your sandwich game, this lemon and trout sandwich will rock your world.
It tastes similar to a smoked salmon sandwich, but even better if you can imagine it.
Plus, they come together quickly, taking only 25 minutes to prepare.
Want to get that fresh fish taco flavor with half the work? Then this is the recipe for you.
This smoked trout wrap is so easy to make, you’ll wonder why you haven’t added this to your lunch repertoire.
Each bite will blow you away with a fresh, citrusy flavor, coupled with the smoky savoriness of the trout.
Move over pigs-in-a-blanket, there’s a new appetizer in town,
These smoked trout bites will rock your next cocktail party.
Pop one of these in your mouth, and you’ll be met with a smoky, sweetness that will leave you wanting more.
The best part is that it only takes 15 minutes to whip up! That’s like, two cocktails worth of time!
27. Trout Cakes
Meet crab cakes’ less pretentious cousin: trout cakes!
These cakes are comforting, easy, and oh-so-tasty.
Each mouthful unleashes a bomb of herbal flavor on your palate, making it hard to resist grabbing seconds.
This appetizer will make a statement at your next wine and cheese night, pairing perfectly with a bottle of Sauvignon Blanc.
This recipe might go heavy on the ingredients, but the result is totally worth it.
One nibble of this smoked trout on toast and you’ll be wondering where this appetizer has been your whole life.
29. Lake Chowder
Do you love clam chowder but live inland? Then this lake chowder will do the trick, (and you might even like it more).
This hearty soup is perfect for cozy winter dinners. The salty, herbal aromas will fill your kitchen.
It’s the perfect anecdote for blustery, cold nights.
These smoked trout tostadas make one marvelous mouthful.
Don’t let these little beauties fool you, as this appetizer is actually super simple to make.
All you need is six ingredients and a little bit of time to concoct these masterpieces.
These simple, sauteed trout filets will make your weeknight dinner dreams come true.
It’s one of those recipes that looks gourmet but takes very little effort to make.
The taste is out of this world, with buttery, lemon flavors that pack a punch.
Do you like fish, but wish it could be… fishier?
Any seafood lover will obsess over this seafood-stuffed trout.
Inside the flaky white fish, you’ll find scallops, shrimp, rice, bacon, and vegetables for the ultimate foodie experience.
This recipe takes a little time, but it’s oh-so-worth it.
If you’re seeking a fresh recipe to serve up this summer, then look no further.
This Peruvian-style trout ceviche will blow your palate away with citrus flavors and sharp spice.
To create this dish, you essentially cook the fish with the acidity of the lime.
Combining the trout with the baked sweet potato, corn, onion, and peppers helps balance out the flavors.
Serve this unique dish in a martini glass for an award-worthy appetizer at your next cocktail party.
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