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EASY Baked Whole Trout (gluten-free, dairy free, Keto)

Let's treat the palate to something light and fresh... And, let's make it QUICK and ONE-PAN!👌 You know, let's be e-FISH-ent!😜


EASY Baked Whole Trout (gluten-free, dairy free, Keto)

I bought these gorgeous butterflied #rainbowtrout from Fulton Fish Market. Grab my discount code under the "Links" tab!

⭐️ They cook quickly because they are butterflied (ie: mostly boneless).

⭐️⭐️ And, because they aren't filled with pesky bones, you can dive right in!



EASY Baked Whole Trout (gluten-free, dairy free, Keto)
Season the cavity. Fill with lemon and garlic slices.


EASY Baked Whole Trout (gluten-free, dairy free, Keto)
Dry and score the skin. Then, season liberally and gently rub the seasoning into the cuts.


EASY Baked Whole Trout (gluten-free, dairy free, Keto)
Fold the foil over the fish and crimp the edges to make a packet.


EASY Baked Whole Trout (gluten-free, dairy free, Keto)
Bake for 10-15 minutes. Open the foil packet to expose the fish and broil until skin is crispy.


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EASY Baked Whole Trout (Gluten-free, soy-free, grain-free)


INGREDIENTS:

  • 2 whole trout (cleaned and gutted)

  • 1 T avocado oil

  • 1 lemon (sliced)

  • 1–2 garlic cloves (sliced thinly)

  • Salt, to taste

  • Misfit Spices Fish Food Seasoning, to taste (optional)



DIRECTIONS:

  • Preheat oven to 425 F. Line a broiler pan with foil (use enough foil to form a tent over the fish).

  • Rinse the trout and pat dry inside and out.

  • Place the trout on the lined pan.

  • Make shallow diagonal slashes through the skin of the fish.

  • Spritz the skin and inside with avocado oil.

  • Season the fish with salt on both sides and inside cavity. Rub the oil and salt gently into the skin cuts.

  • Fill the cavity with slices of lemon and garlic.

  • Pull the foil over the fish to form a packet and crimp the edges to keep the steam in.

  • Roast the fish for 10-15 minutes (it won't be fully cooked yet).

  • Turn on the broiler, open the foil packet to expose the fish, and roast for another 5-7 minutes until the skin is crispy and the meat is opaque.

  • Enjoy!





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