Brad's fried trout w/ lemon caper bernaise sauce & bacon risotto. A sauce built on shallots, white wine and lemon adds complexity. Turn the fillets over and season the flesh with the salt and pepper. Immediately stir in the lemon juice, parsley, capers, and lemon segments.
Use this lemon sauce with baked or grilled salmon or tuna, chicken, or turkey cutlets. It's a simple sauce made with fresh lemon, garlic, and butter. This is a super easy sauce to make, and it can be a delicious finishing touch for simple baked, grilled, or broiled fish, shrimp, or chicken. You can have Brad's fried trout w/ lemon caper bernaise sauce & bacon risotto using 34 simple ingredients and 10 simple steps. Follow these simple steps to achieve this tasty food.
Ingredients of Brad's fried trout w/ lemon caper bernaise sauce & bacon risotto
- It’s of For the trout.
- Prepare of fresh trout filets, bones removed, skin on.
- Prepare of Louisiana brand new Orleans fish fry.
- Prepare of eggs, beaten.
- You need of For the sauce.
- Prepare of pkgs knorr brand bernaise sauce mix.
- It’s of can evaporated milk.
- It’s of water.
- You need of capers, rinsed and drained.
- Prepare of fresh lemon juice.
- It’s of For the marscapone.
- You need of marscapone cheese, room temperature.
- It’s of garlic powder.
- Prepare of minced fresh chives.
- You need of salt.
- Prepare of For the braised cabbage.
- Prepare of large head Napa cabbage, course chopped.
- You need of onion, sliced thin.
- You need of garlic, minced.
- Prepare of water.
- It’s of dry reisling.
- You need of red wine vinegar.
- It’s of granulated chicken bouillon.
- You need of For the risotto.
- It’s of onion, chopped.
- It’s of minced garlic.
- You need of bacon.
- Prepare of arborio rice.
- You need of dry reisling.
- Prepare of chicken broth.
- It’s of minced chives.
- Prepare of shaved parmesan cheese.
- It’s of Salt and pepper.
- It’s of butter.
Variations The lemon-and-caper sauce tastes great on almost any grilled fish. Swordfish or salmon steaks are especially good choices. The only thing I did differently was I pulsed the caper sauce a few times in my blender so that it was like a pesto with some whole capers still intact. Learn how to make Sautéed chicken with lemon-caper sauce & see the Smartpoints value of this great recipe.
Brad's fried trout w/ lemon caper bernaise sauce & bacon risotto step by step
- Prepare the trout fillets. Leave skin on. Sprinkle with salt. Set aside..
- Whip together the marscapone ingredients. Chill in the fridge until ready to use..
- Chop bacon into small pieces, fry in a small pan, don't let it get crunchy. Keep it tender. Drain and set aside..
- Try to cook the cabbage, risotto, and fish at the same time so it is all ready at once..
- For the cabbage, drizzle olive oil in a LG stock pot. Add onion and sweat out liquid. Add rest of cabbage ingredients and cook on medium low heat until cabbage is tender..
- For the sauce, whisk together ingredients in a small saucepan. Cook over medium heat until thick and bubbly. Stir very often..
- For the risotto, heat a touch of oil in a large frying pan. Saute onion and garlic until sweated off. Add rice and a touch more oil. Saute until just before rice starts to brown. Add wine and cook stirring often until it is absorbed. Turn heat to medium low. Add chicken broth one cup at a time cooking until the liquid absorbs between adding more. Be careful you might not need all of the broth. If rice is tender on adding the 3rd cup, do not add the 4th..
- When adding the last cup of liquid, add rest of ingredients except salt and pepper. Cook until rice is tender and mixture is creamy, but not too thick or watery. Adjust as needed. Season to taste..
- For the fish. Preheat deep fryer to 375 degrees. Place fish fry in one bowl and beaten egg in another. Dredge fish in batter, then eggs, then back in batter. Deep fry 2 filets at a time for around 4 minutes. Batter should be a light golden brown. Drain on paper towels and keep warm in a 180 degree oven until ready to serve..
- Plate cabbage. Top with 2 trout filets. Cover with brenaise sauce. Top with a dallop of marscapone and sprinkle with a touch of paprika. Add risotto on the side. Garnish with a couple fresh chives. Serve immediately. Enjoy..
It's brilliant foil is the absence of salt, which it doesn't need because the briny capers and lemon juice pair with the chicken broth to make a sauce that has all the flavor it needs! The sauce complimented the fish beautifully and added just enough flavour without overpowering the delicate hake. I added a few capers to add a sharp, delicious zing and served the fish with steamed asparagus and fresh bread. Megan is making this Gluten Free Pan Fried Fish in lemon Caper Sauce. Remove the pan from the heat, add the butter and swirl it around the pan.