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Pickled Trout
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Anyone have a favorite recipe and prep for making your own pickled trout? A guy, who knew I fished, brought me some years ago and it was really good. I was surprised at just how much I enjoyed it. Then I moved and lost the recipe. Thanks.
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3 cups vinegar
1 cup water
1/2 tsp. pickling spice

Soak overnight in salt water, next day rinse & pack jars, add brine leaving 1" or so of headspace. Pressure can at 15 lbs for 100 minutes.

I use this for Salmon & Perch. IMO Trout sucks unless you smoke it....then again I could smoke my boots and make them taste good.
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P89;94228 Wrote:3 cups vinegar
1 cup water
1/2 tsp. pickling spice

Soak overnight in salt water, next day rinse & pack jars, add brine leaving 1" or so of headspace. Pressure can at 15 lbs for 100 minutes.

I use this for Salmon & Perch. IMO Trout sucks unless you smoke it....then again I could smoke my boots and make them taste good.

White vinegar or cider vinegar?
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streaker69;94242 Wrote:
P89;94228 Wrote:3 cups vinegar
1 cup water
1/2 tsp. pickling spice

Soak overnight in salt water, next day rinse & pack jars, add brine leaving 1" or so of headspace. Pressure can at 15 lbs for 100 minutes.

I use this for Salmon & Perch. IMO Trout sucks unless you smoke it....then again I could smoke my boots and make them taste good.

White vinegar or cider vinegar?

White.
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streaker69;94242 Wrote:
P89;94228 Wrote:3 cups vinegar
1 cup water
1/2 tsp. pickling spice

Soak overnight in salt water, next day rinse & pack jars, add brine leaving 1" or so of headspace. Pressure can at 15 lbs for 100 minutes.

I use this for Salmon & Perch. IMO Trout sucks unless you smoke it....then again I could smoke my boots and make them taste good.

White vinegar or cider vinegar?

Cider would probably taste better but a mix may be in order since trout is so lightly flavored naturally.
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Cider or other fruit vinegars may be used to pickle fish, but the acid content of fruit vinegars is more variable than with white vinegar.
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billamj;94244 Wrote:
streaker69;94242 Wrote:White vinegar or cider vinegar?

Cider would probably taste better but a mix may be in order since trout is so lightly flavored naturally.

Rice or Red wine vinegar might be good with it too.
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How about balsamic vinegar?
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bac0nfat;94252 Wrote:How about balsamic vinegar?

That would probably overpower the flavor of the fish.
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streaker69;94253 Wrote:
bac0nfat;94252 Wrote:How about balsamic vinegar?

That would probably overpower the flavor of the fish.

It's trout, isn't that the whole idea? Tongue
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