Stuffed Trout

Stuffed Trout

?(White Trout) 1.5 lb (680g) White Trout 3 oz (85g) Cilantro 3 Tbsp Unsalted Butter 1 Fresh Lime 1 Garlic Clove Salt, Black Pepper Powder, Turmeric PREPARATIONS: 1- Clean the fish and remove eyes and all the scales and fins. 2- Mince the cilantro. DIRECTIONS: 1- Transfer minced cilantro to a bowl. 2- Add 2 tbsp butter. 3- Mash a garlic clove into the bowl. 4- Stir thoroughly until well combined. 5- Cover the bakeware's surface with aluminum foil and grease with half of the remaining butter. 6- Transfer the trout to the bakeware. 7- Squeeze half the fresh lime, sprinkle with salt and pepper and turmeric, use your hand to rub the mixture in. 8- Stuff with the cilantro mixture and fold the fish back. 9- Grease the fish surface with butter. 10- Squeeze lime over the surface and sprinkle with turmeric. 11- Preheat oven to 350 F (176 C), bake the fish for 30 minutes.

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Stuffed Trout Calories & Nutrition Values

Stuffed Trout Calories & Nutrition Values

White trout is an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids and protein. Most fishes contain high amounts of omega-3 but one thing that puts right on top is (beside the extra amount of it) is being low in mercury. Trout contains very less amounts of mercury comparing to other high source of omega 3 sources such as tuna. Mercury is highly toxic and can be poisoning and studies have shown that even a tiny amount of it can be damaging to infants and pregnant women. Omega 3 Fatty acids has a strong anti inflammatory components. It can also decrease the bad cholesterol (LDL) and increase the good cholesterol (HDL). Omega 3 has always been considered THE go to ingredients to treat rheumatoid arthritis. Omega 3 can also be very helpful in lowering blood pressure and decrease the risk of heart and cardiovascular diseases. Trout contains High amounts of protein and a great source of vitamin A. It contains more than 15 percent of both. 3.5 oz (100g) of white trout has 142 calories (71 calories from fat) and 7.9g of fat.

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