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Made this the first time with Rainbow trout and it was perfect! I've made it a ton of times since then with all types of fish filets, including flounder. Thanks for an amazingly easy, but extremely delicious recipe! A winner for sure!
Italianmomof2

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ItalianMomof2 August 06, 2010

Made exactly as stated. What a lovely way to serve trout. None of the flavours overpowered the fish. It was all very subtle but worked so well. I served it with a Greek salad. Definite keeper. Made for Photo Tag

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wicked cook 46 July 12, 2009

Wonderful! Other than substituting whole wheat flour for AP flour and walnut oil for veg oil, I followed the recipe. This takes no time at all and yields a yummy high-protein dish. I served 6oz. (>36 g protein) per person and they cleaned the plates.

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PhredFan April 19, 2015

I've always broiled my fish thinking that pan frying would be greasy and gross. this retained a lightness. I used large butterflied trout allowing me to only cook one at a time. put the other on baking sheet lined with paper towel in a 200 degree oven to stay warm. the lemon rind is key, adding a wee bit of sweetness. I will definitely make again.

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nancyburns March 09, 2014

This was easy and so good! I enjoyed the lemon in the dish. Served with a nice dill and mustard sauce. Made for the Scandinavian Seafood Challenge for ZWT#9 2013.

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Sharon123 August 02, 2013

Delicious. Easy and quick recipe. I served this with garlic and rosemary roasted potatoes and plantains.

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Scribbler515 March 20, 2011
Lemon Thyme Rainbow Trout