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My DH thought this fish was better than what you would get in an upscale restaurant. The recipe is simple, fast and flavorful. Don't leave out the thyme! Unfortunately, my grocery did not have any trout so I used Basa. It worked just fine, but next time I will try Trout. I used chopped Smokehouse almonds since I had them on hand. I did leave out the salt since the almonds were salted. Also, next time, I will just set aside my cooked fish and then make the sauce in the same pan. Thank you for the great recipe!

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Corn Maiden April 26, 2010

My 8 year old went fishing for the first time and caught 3 good sized trout. I've never cooked trout before and had no idea how to cook it. I found this recipe and decided to try it. I followed the recipe exactly even using the veg oil which i hardly ever use. I didn't have any parsley but I'm sure that didn't take away from the dish. This was fantastic! I loved the combination of the almond, lemon and the fish! It was fabulous! Thank you for sharing this lovely recipe.

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SoCalCookerGal February 17, 2010

My husband said this is the best fish he's ever had, and he frequently eats fish. Made with locally raised trout and fried in grape seed oil (so we couldn't taste the oil at all, only the delicate flavor of the fish). I also used raw sliced almonds. I had fresh parsley, but used dried thyme. Fresh lemon juice is a must. Amazingly good. We will definitely make this one again!

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anne November 03, 2009

This was a big hit with DH and I. We fish for our own trout so I used some fillets that we had in our freezer. I added 1 egg to the milk to give a thicker coating and I forgot to add the parsley flakes. Thanks for sharing the recipe! :)

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Marsha D. November 05, 2007
Trout Amandine