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Tams 08-29-2014 08:03 AM

Trout
 
I am curious what is the best restaurant to get a trout dinner, I have noticed The Black Oak Grill has trout and also Dobyn's...any suggestions would be great my mom and I are coming to Branson in October and she loves trout..

BMOMAN 08-29-2014 08:07 AM

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Originally Posted by Tams (Post 840231)
I am curious what is the best restaurant to get a trout dinner, I have noticed The Black Oak Grill has trout and also Dobyn's...any suggestions would be great my mom and I are coming to Branson in October and she loves trout..

not a trout fan myself but multiple people have told me Black Oaks trout is some of the best they have ever had.

Tams 08-29-2014 08:23 AM

Thanks so much, I was looking at their menu, sounds like a nice place, lots of options.

LaJoe 08-29-2014 08:24 AM

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Originally Posted by Tams (Post 840231)
I am curious what is the best restaurant to get a trout dinner, I have noticed The Black Oak Grill has trout and also Dobyn's...any suggestions would be great my mom and I are coming to Branson in October and she loves trout..

Years ago we stopped at Devito's in Harrison, and let my son catch a trout (they don't do that any more). Then they cleaned the 3-pound fish and grilled it for us in the restaurant. It was amazingly good.

http://devitosrestaurant.com/

bransoncutie 08-29-2014 10:17 AM

I have had the trout at Black Oak Grill and it is fantastic!!

MNtraveler 08-30-2014 11:27 AM

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Originally Posted by bransoncutie (Post 840250)
I have had the trout at Black Oak Grill and it is fantastic!!

Served without the head I hope? I hate having dinner look at me while I eat it.

:eek: :eek:

can'tcatchup 08-30-2014 01:30 PM

I usually only like certain kinds of fish, like fried catfish, but several years ago I had rainbow trout at Big Cedar, at Devil's Pool, I think, and it was great!

rjw1991A1 08-30-2014 01:46 PM

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Originally Posted by MNtraveler (Post 840295)
Served without the head I hope? I hate having dinner look at me while I eat it.

:eek: :eek:

:thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
I fillet a lot of the trout that I keep for the table. Dipped in a mixture of 7-UP, and buttermilk, then dredged in the Andy's Fish Breading. Fried crispy golden they really taste more like crappie, or even walleye than they do trout. Taking the skin off in filleting removes the layer of fat that has the stronger salmonoid flavor.
For that trout flavor when I want it I leave the skin on, no heads though Trav!:D. Then split the fish from the inside of the cavity, leaving the skin in tact so the two halves stay connected. I heavily season the flesh side with Emeril's Essence, and "blacken" them in a very hot cast iron ribbed grill pan.
C'├ętait magnifique for LaJoe, and Dubblewide:D:D:D

MNtraveler 08-30-2014 04:41 PM

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Originally Posted by rjw1991A1 (Post 840299)
:thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
I fillet a lot of the trout that I keep for the table. Dipped in a mixture of 7-UP, and buttermilk, then dredged in the Andy's Fish Breading. Fried crispy golden they really taste more like crappie, or even walleye than they do trout. Taking the skin off in filleting removes the layer of fat that has the stronger salmonoid flavor.

Yes, that is how I would prefer it.

:thumbsup: :thumbsup:

LaJoe 08-30-2014 07:34 PM

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Originally Posted by rjw1991A1 (Post 840299)
:thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
I fillet a lot of the trout that I keep for the table. Dipped in a mixture of 7-UP, and buttermilk, then dredged in the Andy's Fish Breading. Fried crispy golden they really taste more like crappie, or even walleye than they do trout. Taking the skin off in filleting removes the layer of fat that has the stronger salmonoid flavor.
For that trout flavor when I want it I leave the skin on, no heads though Trav!:D. Then split the fish from the inside of the cavity, leaving the skin in tact so the two halves stay connected. I heavily season the flesh side with Emeril's Essence, and "blacken" them in a very hot cast iron ribbed grill pan.
C'├ętait magnifique for LaJoe, and Dubblewide:D:D:D

Ces' what? I'm an Arkie that got transplanted.

rjw1991A1 08-30-2014 08:15 PM

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Originally Posted by LaJoe (Post 840317)
Ces' what? I'm an Arkie that got transplanted.

LOL:D
It is magnificent!
Or in Arkie, "Thems good vittles":D

Tams 09-03-2014 08:39 AM

Thanks everyone!

JoseyWales2 09-03-2014 09:28 AM

Preparation is everything with any fish. Since we catch only trout here in Colorado, if you are going to eat them then you have to have great recipes too.

One lake we go to 6 miles from any road has trout with flesh redder than a salmon due to their diet of shrimp. I eat them raw like sushi sometimes and its taste is unbelievable.

I would much rather have walleye then crappie as a choice however. But since I travel full time hunting and fishing I catch whats local and release most of them as you just cannot eat that much fish.


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