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Excellent, simple and quick recipe yields a classic flavor. Like others I'd recommend baking first then broiling to finish.
I found this recipe over a year ago. We love it! It is a new standard in our house when steelhead trout is available at the market.
So simple and delicious. I followed the directions of some of the reviewers, and baked the fish for 10 min. then broiled for 5. Perfect.
In a world where the word "absolutely" has become so overused as to become nauseating, I have to use it to say this recipe is "absolutely" fabulous. Although my appetite has recently decreased, I couldn't stop eating this fish. I served it with new mashed potatoes to which I added butter, milk, and Renee's blue cheese dressing along with a green salad. Scrumptious!
Holy Cow! This is good.
This was too sour for my taste.
Loved this recipe, had everything on hand, my husband raved about it..will do again!
Thanks to the previous reviewer for her suggestion in including other ingredients and fish with angel hair pasta.
This is the first time I have eaten a Steelhead Trout. It looks so much like salmon. I found this recipe and decided to give it a whirl. The fish turned out great, it was tender and well cooked. Only gripe I have is the amount of rosemary so I scraped some of it off to enjoy the taste of the fish. I will definitely use this recipe again but with less rosemary. It defintely makes an elegant dish.
What great recipe excellent. Gourmet.