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Discussion in 'Steelhead Talk' started by britt, Jun 17, 2004.

  1. britt

    britt

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    Some people actually did this back in
    colorado.
    Season filleted trout on both sides(salt, pepper, garlic and chopped parsley) and place a couple of lemon slices inside.
    Fold back over and palce in a sealed ziplock baggie after squeezing the air out.
    Rap tightly in foil and place on the manifold. After an hour plus drive to wherever you are going you will have a nicely poached trout.
    truth is stranger then fiction.
    A resturaunt trade magazine gave an Alaskan reciepe. Again place tout in a tightly sealed zip lock bag. Turn the soap and sanitizer off on a comercial dishwasher. Put on a dishrack and cycle thru about 5-6 times. Again cooked to perfection.
    as for myself I would use a fry pan.
    britt
     
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  2. Worm Drowner

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    I've heard of using the car or truck engine to cook food but the dishwasher is a new one on me. I don't see why it wouldn't work. It's the same as a low, slow stewing of the filets.
     

  3. Did a lot of camping vacations with the family as the children were growing up. :D Cooked roasts on the exhaust manifold of the Suburban and they turned out just fine. :cool:
    As another thought......Did you ever fry an egg on the sidewalk? Did it when we were quite yoiung and it worked! :cool: Only problem was it stuck to the sidewalk! :(