Pan-Fried Trout With Orange And Samphire

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Pan-Fried Trout With Orange And Samphire

My pan-fried trout with orange and samphire is the perfect dish to whip up for a date night or inviting your friends round for a good catch up over delicious food! Samphire is a great source of dietary fibre and does wonders for your body’s digestive system. This funny looking vegetable is sometimes know as sea asparagus and has a distinctive crisp and salty taste.

 


Serves 2 Ready in 20 minutes Good For ,

Directions

Rub the trout in some sea salt and pepper. Heat the butter/oil in a pan and fry the fish skin side down first for 2 minutes then flip over and cook for another 2 minutes until cooked through (cooking time may vary on trout size).

Boil the samphire for 3 minutes until cooked through mix with the lemon juice and olive oil.

Mix the tomato with a pinch of sea salt, pepper and basil leaves.

Plate the trout with the orange sliced, tomato slices and samphire. Sprinkle over the almonds and serve.

2 comments

  • Sweetsinger

    Hi Madeleine,

    Living in the USA it may be difficult to get samphire. Any suggestions for substitutions?

    • http://www.madeleineshaw.com/ Madeleine Shaw

      Hi babe, Samphire has a really unique flavour but it terms of texture I’d say asparagus is probably the closest xx

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