About Food – Trout with Pomegranate Sauce

Despite Georgia having 26,060 rivers and 850 lakes, fish dishes make up a small part of traditional Georgian cuisine, particularly when compared with the abundance of meat recipes. Trout and carp are the most popular fish and are usually fried or barbecued. In this old recipe we show how to make fried trout with a delicious pomegranate sauce.

Trout with pomegranate sauce - Copy

Ingredients (2 servings): 4 trout, 40 grams of butter, 1 lemon, 1 pomegranate, 20 grams of fresh green coriander, 200 grams of cornflour,  1 tbs of lemon juice, and salt (amount dependent upon personal preference).

Ingredients

Preparation: Gut and clean the fish. Slice the lemon and butter and cut the coriander. Fill each fish with slices of lemon and butter and the coriander.

Filling the fish - Copy

Add cornflour and salt to a preparation surface and coat each side of the fish.

Coating the fish with cornmeal - Copy

Add the fish to a pan containing 6 tbs of hot oil and fry on a low to medium temperature for 30 minutes, carefully turning the fish halfway through. The skin of the fish should be crisp.

Prepared Fish in a pan - Copy

Remove the seeds from the pomegranate and crush them with 1 tbs of lemon juice and a little salt to extract the juice. Add the juice to a bowl and add chopped coriander. Stir and leave for 30 minutes.

Crushing Pomegranate Seeds - Copy

Serving: Pour the pomegranate and coriander sauce onto the fish and serve hot.

Trout with Pomegranate Sauce ready for serving - Copy

Enjoy your Trout with Pomegranate Sauce!

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One Response to “About Food – Trout with Pomegranate Sauce”
  1. Cheeni says:

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