By Metallica_Band on June 12, 2002
Photo by Wendy-Bob
Photo by Wendy-Bob
"This recipe is GREAT and I think EVERYONE should try this AT LEAST once in their lifetime. BELIEVE ME...you won't regret it."
Serving Size: 1 (281 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"I thought this was ok but my other half really liked it, hence the 4 stars. He said that, for fish (he hates fish usually) this was nice and he'd definitely have it again - praise indeed! Me, I thought it was just ok. Different, but just SO much butter. I really like butter but even for me this was a bit much and it made the whole dish a bit too heavy to be honest. It was a really simple recipe to put together so I'm sure I'll make this again, but I'll do it this way for my other half and probably just with some herbs and lemon juice for me. Thanks for the recipe Metallica_Band, and thanks for getting my other half to eat fish! NOTE to those making this for the first time: Watch the almonds! I had to make mine twice. The first time I pulled them out the mike when they were light brown and then forgot about them while I was putting the fish on. A few minutes later I went to give them a stir and they sizzled up at me. Turns out they had kept cooking (a lot) in the butter while I'd left them. Did a second lot and stirred them loads once browned to get them cooling properly. This worked much better."
"I really like how you pared this recipe down to its essentials. I tried this recipe because I had both trout and almonds, but all the recipes that I found online were super time-consuming. This recipe is easy and fast, and it's still quite delicious!"
"Wonderful summer lunch after a long day playing in the summer sun. Easy as could be though the guys thought waiting the 15 minutes of cook time was longer than it seemed! *grin* Everyone loved it, a simple classic."
"Hi Michael your right everyone should try this. It was wonderful I cut the recipe in half and it turned out great I served it with potato pancakes and asparagus. Its a keeper, thanks. "