Rainbow Trout With Pineapples 年年有余庆虎年

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年年有余庆虎年!
虎年到,吉祥到,健康到,财运到。
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Happy Valentine's Day!

Rainbow trout occur as both freshwater resident and sea-run races. Sea-going rainbows, known as steelhead trout. Regenbogenforelle
©angiesrecipes
in German and 虹鳟鱼in Chinese.
MarinadeSauce
  • 1 tail / 250-300 g Rainbow trout
  • 80 g Pinapple chunks, drained
  • 1 Bell pepper
  • 1 stalk Spring onion segments
  • 1 tsp Minced garlic
  • 1 tsp Sliced ginger root
  • Some oil
  • 1 tbsp Egg white
  • 1/2 tsp Salt
  • 1 tbsp Jiafan rice wine
  • 1/2 tbsp Cornstarch
    2 tbsp Chilli sauce
  • 1 tbsp Light soya sauce
  • 1/4 tsp Salt
  • 2/3 tsp Sugar
  • 1 tbsp Cornstarch solution


  1. Clean the fish and drain. Mix in the marinade and let stand for about 15 minutes. Rinse peppers in cold water and then remove stem and seeds. Cut into small chunks. Combine all the sauce ingredients in a small bowl.
  2. Heat some oil in a heavy pan until hot. Gently lower in fish and pan-fry until golden on each side. Drain on a kitchen towel and set aside.
  3. Leave 1 tablespoon of frying oil in the pan and add in minced garlic and ginger root slices. Stir until fragrant and add in red pepper and prepared sauce. Stir well. Return the fish to pan, and add in pineapple chunks and spring onions. Cook for about 1-2 minutes and dish off.

45 comments:

Selba 14/2/10 14:40

A great fish dish to celebrate this day :)

Gong Xi Fa Cai

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Happy Valentine's Day *hugs & kisses*

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Vrinda 14/2/10 14:45

colorful platter..happy v'day Angie...

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♥peachkins♥ 14/2/10 14:47

I love sweet and sour fish!

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Ju (The Little Teochew) 14/2/10 15:19

Wow, Angie! Restaurant quality presentation! Love it. Wishing you Nian Nian You Yu! Happy New Year!

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Tina 14/2/10 15:33

Colourful and yummy....

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TasteHongKong 14/2/10 16:02

Hi Angie,
This reminds me of the beautiful sweet sour Yellow Fish, delicious.
年年有餘 and Happy Chinese New Year to you too.

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Jagruti 14/2/10 16:24

Colourful plate!!! Happy V Day!!

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Biren 14/2/10 16:48

Wonderful dish for the Chinese New Year....very meaningful. Happy and Prosperous Chinese New Year and Valentine's Day!

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Chef E 14/2/10 17:16

This is getting bookmarked since we fish for trout each year, and I am always looking for ways to cook it!

Some people are put off by the whole thing, but it does make a difference in flavor...

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Chow and Chatter 14/2/10 18:40

yum trout is my fav fish happy valentines lol Rebecca

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Velva 14/2/10 20:04

Angie, you made a beautiful presentation with your trout dish. Nice!

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Fimère 14/2/10 20:40

une belle présentation salé/sucré ça doit être délicieux bonne année et joyeuse st Valentin
bonne soirée

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Priya 14/2/10 21:37

Tempting dish...looks fantastic with those delicious pineapples...yummm!!

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doggybloggy 14/2/10 23:11

I have eaten trout my entire life and I love it - having the whole fish is such a special treat and I love the presentation of it all - of course yours looks great as usual.

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Heavenly Housewife 14/2/10 23:32

Happy Valentines and Happy Chinese New Year. The presentation of that fish is simply awesome!
*kisses* HH

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Fresh Local and Best 15/2/10 01:12

Happy Valentine's Day! This looks amazing!

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Tuty 15/2/10 02:05

Lovely classic dish.

Gong Xi Fa Chai, Angie!

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Divina Pe 15/2/10 02:17

Gorgeous piece of whole fish with wonderful flavors.

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3 hungry tummies 15/2/10 05:20

恭喜發財!That is a perfect dish for Chinese New year! :)

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Sook 15/2/10 06:20

Oh wow! The fish looks beautiful!! Happy Valentine's day!

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zurin 15/2/10 06:24

I love the fish and I love the dish that its lying on!!!! both are beauties!!!

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Trissa 15/2/10 07:55

Hi Angie - what beautiful presentation - honestly looks too good to eat! I would love to try using pineapple to cook savoury dishes one day.

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Katy ~ 15/2/10 12:43

Beautifully presented and photographed.

Hope your Valentine's Day was filled with love.

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5 Star Foodie 15/2/10 14:39

I love your pairing the trout with sweet pineapple! Hope you had a terrific Valentine's day!

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tasteofbeirut 15/2/10 15:37

Angie
This dish is wonderful! Easy to make and delicious! I have a lot of Asian markets near my house so I am going to hop on over and get me a trout asap!

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Cinnamon-Girl♥ 15/2/10 16:22

What a beautiful sight Angie! That looks incredible!

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wendyywy 15/2/10 17:15

Yummy Yummy.
Happy Lunar New Year
:)

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Erica 16/2/10 00:26

We love to eat a whole trout!!!That looks delicious!I love the pineapple in the dish.

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Claudia 16/2/10 00:51

What a gorgeous, lovely dish. Lots of trout lovers abound here. I'll take the entire meal - including the platter!

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Shirley @ Kokken69 16/2/10 01:12

Happy Chinese New Year! Gong Hei Fatt Choy! This dish is indeed befitting the occassion!

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MaryMoh 16/2/10 11:43

Wow....beautiful presentation! Perfect for Chinese New Year. I love rainbow trout. Usually I bake it and each one will have one.....mmm.

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Pei-Lin@Dodol and Mochi 16/2/10 14:34

Hmm ... Looks so good! Perfect for Reunion Dinnner!

Gong hey fatt choy!

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Mausi 16/2/10 16:18

Hi Angie,
Happy New Year! I hope you had a great new year celebration. Rainbow trout looks really good. Though the eye of the trout seems like it want to say something. It is a beautiful dish!

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Fearless Kitchen 16/2/10 17:51

Yum! I've always loved trout, and I've been going through a major pineapple phase lately, so this looks doubly delicious!

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Gulmohar 16/2/10 18:35

Scrumptious fish...Hope you had a wonderful Valentine's day :-)

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Sarah Naveen 16/2/10 19:41

yummy yumm!!! hope you had a wonderful V day

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carmenpiva 16/2/10 21:09

My God!! Everything is so Chinese in blog lately!!
I still haven't got the connection, although I'm starting to get an idea....
Lovely dish, like the ones I've missed these days.(We have a relative in hospital, so I haven't got much time :(
xxx

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noobcook 17/2/10 09:41

Cooking a whole fish like you did is so auspicious for CNY especially with added pineapples :)

Happy New Year, Gong Xi Fa Cai!! :)

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Elin 17/2/10 17:41

Angie...this is just nice for CNY dish very aptly named rainbow trout. We can't find this specie of fish in the market over here :) Looks great with the pineapple.mmmm looks delish too! :)

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My Little Space 19/2/10 06:37

Happy Chinese New Year to you & your family too! Hope you have a fabulous time on this festive season. Home sick???

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alwayswinner786 19/2/10 07:31

I am delighted to see such a wonderful delicious presentation. I think all fish will love to die to be presented in such an elegant way!
Hope you have spend a fabulous V-day and A very Happy Chinese New Year.
God Bless.

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A Full-Timed Housefly 23/2/10 07:45

Wow what a beautiful presentation ! The like the colour of your fish and everything

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